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Watch Matt Stonie Demolish A 14-Inch Pizza In Under 90 Seconds

Competitive eating legend Matt Stonie has been impressing us with how much he can eat for a long time now. His most recent video, however, is a true testament to just how fast he can down some grub.

As part of the DraftKings $100 Pizza Challenge, Stonie attempted to devour a 14-inch pizza as fast as possible. The results were Stonie finishing the entire pizza in just under four minutes. He then decided he wasn’t happy with that time, went back and got another pizza, and blew through that one in just under 90 seconds.

To put that into perspective, the Guinness World Record for fastest time to eat a 12-inch pizza is 23.62 seconds. However, that record is for a plain cheese pizza with no toppings. Stonie’s custom pizza included multiple meats and veggies, and the area of it was about 26% larger than the pie eaten for the world record. It took him about 3-4 times longer than the Guinness record, sure, but there’s a definite chance that Stonie could crush that as well.

Based off of his latest pizza performance, it would definitely be worthwhile seeing him attempt to smash that world record.

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Watch Matt Stonie Plow Through Over 100 Ribs In Under 50 Minutes

Matt Stonie just continues to impress every time he takes on a new eating obstacle.

In his latest video, Stonie decides to attempt to take down over 100 St. Louis Style pork ribs as fast as possible. Overall, Stonie ate his way through 102 ribs in just under 50 minutes. If you think about it, he was eating ribs at a pace slightly faster than one every 30 seconds. Considering that it takes me about 5 minutes to get through a single rib, that’s pretty damn impressive.

However, that’s not even the most impressive part of this video. If you go back and look at the beginning, Stonie reveals the date he took on the challenge in the receipt. His rib eating feat happened on August 28th, just two days after he demolished nearly 300 dumplings at the Day-Lee Foods World Gyoza Eating Championship. Talk about a fast turnaround.

After watching Stonie crush all these ribs, I’m kinda feeling full myself. Despite that, I still kinda want some ribs right now anyway. He has that effect on people.

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Matt Stonie Devours A Popeyes 16-Piece Family Meal In 25 Minutes

Matt Stonie is without a doubt one of the premier competitive eaters in the world. He proved just how impressive his stomach and jaws are in his most recent YouTube video.

Stonie decided to tackle Popeyes 16-piece family meal, which consists of fried chicken, eight biscuits, and three sides. He didn’t make it easy for himself, either, going with the highly caloric mac and cheese, red beans and rice, and coleslaw as his side selections. Additionally, the Popeyes he went threw an extra piece into his box, giving Matt Stonie one more chicken piece to tackle.

None of that proved to be a challenge for Stonie, however, as he cruised through the meal with ease. He ended up finishing in just under 25 minutes without even breaking a sweat. Considering the entire meal was over 8,000 calories, that’s pretty impressive.

What was even more astounding was the power of Matt Stonie’s jaw, which was perfectly showcased in this video. At one point, Stonie snaps a chicken bone in half with a single bite. Any mere mortal would’ve needed jaw surgery if they did that, but Stonie was completely unscathed. Talk about some serious jaw strength.

Now that Matt Stonie has shown off his Popeyes fried chicken-eating skills, maybe a biscuit challenge is around the corner? Popeyes biscuits are notorious for being dry, leading to multiple no-water biscuit challenges popping up across the Internet. It would be cool to see Stonie perform his own rendition of the Popeyes biscuit challenge.

For now, though, we’re content watching Matt Stonie crush enough Popeyes to feed a family and marvel at how he does it.


Watch Pro Eater Matt Stonie Conquer 13 Pounds Of Milk And Cookies

If you’re familiar with competitive eating, then Matt Stonie is a household name. This year, he’s been on a roll, taking down some impressive challenges — eating more than 9,000 calories when he replicated Big Smoke’s order from the Grand Theft Auto video game. He also ate five Chipotle burritos in less than five minutes.

This week, Stonie went the classic route with some milk and cookies. However, this challenge was no ordinary after school special. It required one gallon of milk and 203 Chips Ahoy Cookies to reach a grand total of 12,800 calories.

Combined, Stonie estimated this dough and dairy pairing was, “roughly 13-pounds of cookies and milk,” according to the video’s description on YouTube. In less than 30 minutes, Stonie had devoured everything but crumbs, and finished about 1.5 gallons of milk.

While it’s been rumored that the human body is unable to consume a gallon of milk in one hour, Stonie makes light work of these two half gallons, seemingly without any discomfort. Although, during this challenge, he did say that his gums were getting raw because of the crunchiness of the cookies.

Maybe next time he’ll dunk the cookies in milk like a normal person.

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Watch Matt Stonie Plow Through 12.5 Pounds Of Fried Rice In 25 Minutes

Competitive eating legend Matt Stonie continues to impress us every time he drops another video showcasing his eating prowess.

After mowing down a quadrant of In-N-Out 4x4s with ease and taking out five Chipotle burritos without even breaking a sweat, Stonie moved on to a tougher challenge in his latest video: A dozen boxes of fried rice.

The twelve pint-sized containers of rice, egg, meat, and veggies clocked in at about 12.5 pounds of food, easily more than any grown man should eat for a couple of days. Stonie made the 9,000-plus calorie meal look like child’s play by devouring the whole thing in just under 25 minutes.

Challenges involving rice are always insanely tough because the rice expands in your stomach, especially when combined with water, making you feel more full quicker. Stonie had to grapple with that throughout this particular challenge, making his swift rice-eating feat all the more legendary.

Now maybe he’s ready to take on that impossible curry rice eating challenge that even Joey Chestnut couldn’t handle.

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Joey Chestnut Wins Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest in Record-Breaking Fashion

In a contest featuring unreal gluttons, Joey “Jaws” Chestnut stood out above the rest once again.

The competitive eating legend took home his 10th Mustard Belt title and $10,000 after winning the 2017 Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest, which is held every year at the Independence Day event on Coney Island in New York City. This time, Chestnut set a record for the Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest by downing an astounding 72 hot dogs in just 10 minutes.

Chestnut’s main rival in the competition, Matt Stonie, managed to consume 48 hot dogs, finishing third place behind Chestnut and breakout eater Carmen Cincotti, who ate only four dogs less than this year’s champion. Stonie is the only person to have beaten Chestnut in the last decade at this contest.

Chestnut’s whopping 72-hot dog feat is a truly impressive caloric feat, as perfectly explained by ESPN’s Darren Rovell.

Basically, “Jaws” ate enough hot dogs to feed at least ten people for a day in ten minutes. Let that sink in for a minute. Despite those jaw-dropping numbers, Chestnut actually wasn’t too happy with his result, insisting that he could “do better” than the record-breaking number of hot dogs he had just eaten.

He’s definitely got some room to go, as his world-famous rival Takeru Kobayashi was once able to down over a hundred hot dogs in the same ten-minute time limit. Maybe Chestnut can get to that number next year? We’ll just have to wait and see, I guess.

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Watch Matt Stonie Crush FOUR In-N-Out 4x4s In 3 Minutes

Matt Stonie’s competitive eating feats just keep getting more and more impressive.

In his most recent YouTube challenge, the viral eating sensation decided to level up his In-N-Out eating game by ordering a whopping FOUR 4×4 burgers. If you’ve never been to In-N-Out, the 4×4 is a secret menu burger consisting of 4 patties, 4 slices of cheese, plus all of the chain’s regular burger fixings.

Stonie made them look like Jr. Cheeseburgers, however, as he consumed all four of these In-N-Out monstrosities, plus a drink, in just under three minutes.

I mean, at this point, we should all expect accomplishments like this from Stonie. He’s taken out five Chipotle burritos in swift fashion, shredded through ten Quarter Pounders from McDonald’s, and devoured over one hundred pancakes in a single setting. So this challenge is really no different from the norm for this champ of a competitive eater.

I guess we’re just always amazed at his godlike eating abilities, because we can’t stop watching them no matter what the challenge is.

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Watch Matt Stonie Crush Five Chipotle Burritos In Under Four Minutes

If you’re a fan of Chipotle, you know that when you order their burritos, they can end up being pretty massive. Just one makes me feel pretty full on its own.

Taking down five burritos at once seems virtually impossible to us mere mortals. For competitive eating legend Matt Stonie, however, it’s apparently a piece of cake.

In a re-creation of one his more viral food challenges, where he downed four burritos and a Diet Coke in three minutes, Stonie tried to outdo himself by going for FIVE burritos, plus the same Diet Coke, in the same amount of time. While Stonie did miss his target time of three minutes, he was able to down all five burritos plus the drink in just under four minutes. That’s still absolutely insane.

It takes me three minutes to get through a couple of bites of a Chipotle burrito, so I have no idea how Stonie manages to crush so many in so little time.