Injured and sad, Joey Chestnut still loves winning the Nathan’s International Hot Dog Eating Contest.
The 2022 Nathan’s International Hot Dog Eating content will return to Coney Island on Monday, with two of the greatest athletes ever trying to break the record. Joey Chestnut, eating on crutches because his tendon broke, set a record for the 15th mustard belt and 15th record in 16 years, aiming to break the 76 hot dog and buns (HDB) marks he set. Aiming for last year. Miki Sudo took maternity leave last year, but she returned to Nathan’s International Hot Dog Eating Contest 2022, where she won her record eighth title, surpassing 2020’s all-time high of 48.5 HDB. increase. The event took place at the Brooklyn Cyclones. Maimonides Park returns to the spotlight on Connie Island after a two-year pandemic absence. Chestnuts were upset when Matt Stonie lost 62-60 in 2015, but the 38-year-old has consumed at least 70 HDBs each year since.
Caesars Sportsbook lists chestnuts as a -3000 favorite ($ 3,000 risk to win $ 100) in men’s competitions. The price of the field is +1200 and the total over-under that the male winner ate the hot dog is fixed at 74.5. Sudo is a female at -1800, the field price is +900, and the used HDB overunder is 49.5. The Women’s Championship is scheduled for 10:45 am (Eastern Time) and the Men’s Championship will continue at 12:00 pm (Eastern Standard Time). Before choosing the 2022 Nathan’s International Hot Dog Eating Contest.
As a former Las Vegas bookmaker who closely tracks the hot dog competition, Roberts knows when he sees value in any way. He has earned cash several times at this event and was selected as the winner of both tournaments in 2020.