Have you ever eaten a 72 ounce steak? How about two of them in under 15 minutes?
Molly Schuyler was only the second woman to win Wing Bowl in its 22 year history, and she set a record while doing it. Her 363 wings eaten in the 30 minute competition earned her the $22,000 prize, and headlines across the country.
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Bellevue, Nebraska’s Molly Schuyler has won Wing Bowl 22 with a total of 363 wings.
Jon Squibb has been through this before. He sees the odds. He knows there’s doubts. Even if he is a three-time Wing Bowl champion.
It is unlike anything else in the world, at least during contemporary times. Roman emperor Caligula may have had a few Wing Bowls in his day. Jamie “The Bear” McDonald certainly never experienced anything like it before last year.
Jon Squibb no longer will need to look for that edge he likes to carry around into Wing Bowl. That will be already there Friday at Wing Bowl 22 at the Wells Fargo Center, after the three-time champ lost by just five wings last year to Jamie “The Bear” McDonald, who ate 287 wings.
His beard was trimmed. His hair was pulled back. Jason Kelce wore a serious look as a bowl of hot wings was placed in front of him in the cafeteria of the NovaCare Complex Tuesday afternoon.
From the outside looking in, it all fits. Molly Schuyler normally fills her days taking her girls to dance class and her son to Cub Scouts. She’s from middle America, Bellevue, Nebraska, to be more specific, a small city with a great view of the Missouri River where former Phillie pitcher Tyler Cloyd came from.
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The onetime competitive eating champion has been sentenced to seven years in prison for his arrest a year ago on cocaine possession charges.