Joey chowed down on a staggering 74 hot dogs in just 10 minutes, creating a new world record.
Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest has become a tradition since the first ever event in 1916. Sudo has plans to enter this year's competition as well.
In the women's competition, Sudo, a native New Yorker by way of Japan and Hawaii, accomplished her goal to "5-pete" the competition by gobbling 37 hot dogs and water-dipped buns in 10 minutes.
A day after Joey Chestnut broke the hot dog eating world record in the most unceremonious of ways, Major League Eating is considering switching to electronic technology to replace human counters, per ESPN's Darren Rovell. Second-place finisher Carmen Cincotti ate 64.
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Ten-time victor Joey "Jaws" Chestnut will confront 20 other men on New York's Coney Island boardwalk.
Chestnut is the current two-time defending champion, and he's won 10 of the past 11 titles.
The women's competition begins at 9 a.m. on ESPN3, and the men's at 10:30 a.m. on ESPN2. However, offshore sports books don't mind lining the action, as ESPN reports that Chestnut is a -700 favorite to win while the total hot dogs and buns consumed by the victor is set at an over/under of 70.5. CEO Eric Gatoff talks about how the company is celebrating a century of feeding NY, how it keeps up with increased competition, and the right way to dress a hot dog. Ten people tested their luck to see who could eat the most hot dogs in eight minutes. However, previous year Miki achieved a personal best by eating 41 dogs. Get the full story on this annual event here.
ESPN airs the Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest each year and you can watch the event as it aired live in the video player below.