Yet another major sporting event has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic – the annual Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest. This year’s July 4th contest has been moved from Coney Island to a ‘private location’ and will be held without fans and limited to just 1/3rd the usual number of contestants. 12-time winner Joey Chestnut says he’s hoping to break his record of 74 dogs in 10 minutes. Six-time women’s champ Miki Sudo is also expected to participate.
— UPROXX Sports (@UPROXXSports) June 16, 2020
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