The Mustard Belt is once more up for grabs at the 103rd Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest as Joey”Jaws” Chestnut seems to win the men’s name for the 12th time in 13 decades, while on the women’s side Miki Sudo intends to develop into a six-time belt holder. Are these two a lock to win in 2019 or is there a more relatively unknown aggressive eater planning to take a bite from the competition?
Online sportsbook BetOnline includes a complete collection of prop betting odds that you bet on. Most importantly, Chestnut has odds of -1000 to win against the Mustard Belt, while for the girls, Sudo is a -1600 favorite with the rest of the field coming back in +700.
He’s a Challenging Chestnut to Crack, And Will Another Record be Set?
Joey”Jaws” Chestnut continues to set the aggressive food consumption world on fire by devoting absurd amounts of food in short periods of time. Just over a month ago he put a new world record in the 2019 World Championship Canteen Sandwich Eating Contest. He plowed 28.5 sandwiches in just 10 minutes, 9.5 over second-place Gideon Oji. Last year, Oji set the world record at the inaugural championship by eating 18.5.
The canteen sandwiches mark isn’t the only world record that Jaws has put this year. Just a week earlier, he topped Geoffrey Esper’s listing of 36 pepperoni rolls in 10 minutes with 43, outdueling Esper, who devoured 37.5 on May 25.
There was some controversy in last year’s Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest when a counter missed a plate of 10 hot dogs eaten by Chestnut and he was originally credited with devouring 64 dogs. But the supervision was detected and he finished with a total of 74 franks (with bun) in 10 minutes. Online sportsbook BetOnline has put the entire number of dogs eaten by the winner this year at 73.5, a half-dog less than last year’s total. With Jaws placing two records in only over a month, I believe the OVER is a fantastic play and 75 dogs, a new world record, is not from the question.
Can Sudo Scarf Down 41 Automobiles?
Miki Sudo has competed in five Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contests and she has walked off full and with all the Mustard Belt each moment. She’s averaged 37.7 franks per year with her career high being 41 dogs (with bun) at 2017, four away Sonya Thomas’ entire record of 45 set in 2012.
This year’s total is set at 40.5 that does look like a bit of a tall order for her to achieve as she’s only topped 39 franks after in her career. That having been said, leading into this competition she finished third overall among men and women with 41.5 BakeMark Donuts on June 7, just 4.5 fewer than first-place Matt Stonie. Sudo also finished fifth overall with 17 malted barley pretzels downed in eight minutes, which has been nine short of Geoff Esper’s 26.
She’s a huge -1600 preferred to put more dogs away than the rest of the area but I am not sure she could get to the mark of 41 franks again to hit the OVER.
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