Perhaps no event has ever tested the skills of the world's greatest eaters in such a broad variety of disciplines as The Glutton Bowl, a two-hour IFOCE-sanctioned eating special aired on Fox Television .The greatest eaters from the United States and around the globe convened in California for an event of enormous magnitude to the world of competitive eating.
The Glutton Bowl promised, and delivered, the most drama this sport has seen since the rivalry between Hirofumi Nakajima and Edward Krachie in the mid 1990s. In scenes that make Cool hand luke look like an amateur, eggs, Hot dogs, Sushi Butter and Brains are despatched by the elite IFOCE athletes.
With competitors such as Takeru Kobayashi,Eric ‘Badlands’ Booker, Cris ‘The crusher’ Eyre and The Doginator The Glutton Bowl produced drama and incident all bought to you through the unique insight of ‘Glutton Cam’.
3-2-1 eat! and may the biggest Glutton win!
Here's the tale of the tape
The list of foods eaten in each round and the winning amount eaten are as follows (each competition was 12 minutes long):
the winner, Eric "Badlands" Booker, ate 38 eggs
Quarter-pound sticks of butter
the winner, Don "Moses" Lerman, ate 10 sticks
Whole beef tongue
3 lb (1.4 kg) to each tongue
the winner, Dominic "The Doginator" Cardo, ate 1 tongue plus a few bites of another
the winner, Takeru Kobayashi, ate 31 hot dogs - bun and all
32oz. per bowl.
winner, Oleg Zhornitskiy ate 4 bowls which is equivalent to 8 pounds of mayo
winner, Jed "The Jalapeno King" Donahue, ate 11
15-foot (4.6 m), 12 lb (5.4 kg). sushi roll including 2 one foot long pieces of Wasabi
the winner, Bill "El Wingador" Simmons, consumed 3.8 feet (1.2 m)
Wild Card Round
Cooked (but not fried) Rocky Mountain Oysters
3 lb (1.4 kg)
Cow brain (1/3 pound each)
one plate and on to second (10 lb per platter and 5 lb (2.3 kg) for additional platter)
won by Takeru Kobayashi