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Reigning hot dog eating champion Joey Chestnut defended his title on Wednesday and set a new world record at Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest in Coney Island, New York. But, after that many hot dogs, who wouldn't?!

If you're looking to catch the freaky eating event live as it happens, or even if you're just looking for an excuse to sneak inside and escape the sweltering heat for a few minutes, you can catch all of the hot dog eating madness live on ESPN 2. Carmon Cincotti was runner up with 63 dogs with Darron Breedon who followed behind with 43.

But while Chestnut ate 10 more dogs and buns than second-place finisher Carmen Cincotti, a judging error cast initial doubt over their totals after jurists didn't see the eaters were taking the dogs and buns from two plates.

Joey Chestnut competes in the annual Hot Dog Eating Contest at Coney Island July 4, 2016. The victory handed him the coveted Mustard Belt for the eleventh time in his "hot dog-eating" career.

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Chestnut said he had "a vision" for this year's win, and seemed to be unfatigued after "10 minutes of work". It was a odd error to be that far off, but considering Chestnut was finishing 7.4 hot dogs per minute - that's a hot dog and bun every 8.1 seconds - it was tough to keep up.

Nothing says the Fourth of July like barbecues, fireworks and Joey Chestnut winning the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest.

The renowned competitive eater from San Jose, California, takes home the coveted Mustard Belt and surpassed the previous mark of 72 dogs and buns, which he downed a year ago at the same contest. You can sign up for a free 7-day trial of both bundles, and you can then watch the contest live on your computer via the Sling TV website, or on your phone, tablet or streaming device via the Sling TV app.

The first competition was held in 1972 and was won by Jason Schechter who only ate 14 hot dogs. And this year, the man went a step ahead to break the record and walk away with $10,000 prize.

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Sudo was five behind her effort past year she but has won five of the eight competitions since a separate women's division was created in 2011.

Sudo downed 41 franks and buns previous year.

Kristina Rovtar was inspired watching her mother and sought to join her this year.

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