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  • time for the true Rocky Top Challenge.

  • We're talking.

  • Supposed to be 16 scoops of homemade ice cream.

  • It's really more like 20 in here.

  • Welcome to watch Mojo, and today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 craziest food challenges.

  • This is called Gisella Grabowski.

  • It was ridiculous, right?

  • Right, All said and done.

  • That baby probably weighs £2025 for this list.

  • We're looking at menu items so huge that finishing them comes with instant bragging rights and possibly other prizes.

  • Since we're focused on US, tests of digestive endurance will be excluding eating contests from other countries.

  • How my mother managed to eat all this.

  • Which of these gut busters turns your stomach?

  • Let us know in the comments.

  • Number 10.

  • The Szeliga Betsy Challenge With a name nearly as big as the sandwich itself, this eight decker Houston heavyweight tips the scales at roughly £4.

  • You've got to be a dedicated eater.

  • Kenny and Ziggy's New York delicatessen combines the Big Apple's flavor with Texas sized portions.

  • Nearly a loaf of rye bread holds together the sandwiches.

  • Six types of meat.

  • These include corned beef, pastrami, turkey, roast beef, salami and every little kids favorite tongue.

  • Interspersed in this edible mountain are loads of Swiss cheese, coleslaw, Russian dressing and red sweet peppers.

  • The challenge here is simply for one person to eat the sandwich in a single sitting.

  • This is called the Szeliga Boevski.

  • That's ridiculous.

  • Winners receive a free slice of cheesecake, though they would probably have to get a stomach pumping before being able to enjoy their prize.

  • Shaquille O Real ate two of them.

  • I was in such shot that I gave him a whole cheesecake number.

  • Nine.

  • The Rocky Top Challenge This dessert is a meal all on its own or maybe a week's worth of meals.

  • Time for the true Rocky Top Challenge We're talking.

  • Supposed to be 16 scoops of homemade ice cream.

  • It's really more like 20 in here.

  • In either case, 16 cups of ice cream are just the beginning of this brain freezing blizzard.

  • The bucket sized bowl also includes three brownies, three bananas, chocolate sauce, crushed up sugar cones, marshmallows, whipped cream and even more sweet treats.

  • It's served up at a storefront chaired by Hilton Head Ice cream and the It's also Yummy Cafe in Knoxville, Tennessee.

  • Contestants have one hour to shovel all the sweet snow into their mouths.

  • For the bold few who complete this ultra marathon through candy land in time, their meal is on the house.

  • If you ever feel lost or don't know what to do, use my head.

  • Use your heart number eight.

  • The Carnivore Challenge.

  • Alright, this stuff is the thing of legend.

  • Tell me the legend.

  • Been attempted by many finished by none.

  • Um, at this point, that's like a rap.

  • Larry.

  • Big Pie in the Sky Pizzeria gives meat lovers the chance to put their money where their mouth is.

  • While most tasty games of chance are solo affairs, you'll need a friend to play at this Georgia Pizza place.

  • It costs 50 bucks to step up to the plate, but you can win $250 if you've got the guts, you and your friends meaty mission, Should you choose to accept it, is to eat an extra large carnivore pizza in an hour.

  • Sound easy.

  • Think again in television friendly terms.

  • How are you feeling right now?

  • Absolutely miserable.

  • Okay, there you go.

  • I think that says it all right there.

  • This pizza is 30 inches wide and weighs around £11.

  • True to its name, this pie is piled with pepperoni, ground beef, Italian sausage, ham and bacon.

  • Adam Richman from Man versus Food couldn't stomach the savory behemoth.

  • Can you don't eat £5.5 of pizza?

  • It's a life lesson from your Uncle Adam.

  • Wow.

  • Number seven.

  • The 15 dozen Oyster Challenge.

  • New Orleans may be known as the Big Easy, but there's nothing easy about getting into the 15 dozen club.

  • This restaurant's name belies its offerings.

  • The Oyster House actually provide shelter for a variety of seafood.

  • Founded in 1910, the Acme Oyster House has a half dozen locations sprawled across multiple states.

  • Well, contest just kind of started, uh, people becoming eating oysters at Acme for a long time.

  • Uh, just kind of caught our attention with his fellow in 1988 came in and sat down at 8 16 dozen.

  • Each has its own chapter of the club, though the rules to join are the same.

  • A person has to eat 180 oysters in 60 minutes.

  • These delectable mollusc Marcel's are small, but that math sure does add up fast.

  • But there's no more time for shucking around because the Battle of Man versus Mollusc is about to begin.

  • This challenge was also featured on Man vs Food.

  • Richman won this round, and some diners have actually exceeded 15 dozen at the Acme location in the French Quarter.

  • One hungry seafood aficionado down 44 dozen or a mind blowing 528 oysters.

  • Number six.

  • The Kodiak Arrest Challenge Humpy is Great Alaskan Ale House in Anchorage delivers a seven course feast as formidable as any giant bear or towering mountain peak.

  • £4 of Alaskan king crab, seven crab nuggets and 14 inches of reindeer sausage provide plenty of protein, while an assortment of side dishes, a wild berry crisp and a big bowl of ice cream add even more heft.

  • The massive meal must be completed in an hour or less if one wants to join the Ale Houses Hall of Fame and claim a free T shirt, proudly declaring that its wearer got crabs that hump ease.

  • Richmond from man versus food was the first person to conquer this edible obstacle, doing the deed in only 47 minutes.

  • Once again proving himself a true master of mastication bite by bite.

  • I fight the Kodiak arrest down to the last spoonful.

  • Number five.

  • The Nine Pounder BGR.

  • The burger joint is a multistate restaurant chain that minces meat, not words.

  • It's biggest Burger is the nine pounder, but this sandwich is even larger than its name implies.

  • A massive patty of ground beef is just the beginning with it also including 60 slices of cheese, 10 pickles, ate onions, eight tomatoes and several cups of mojo sauce.

  • All said and done, that baby probably weighs £2025.

  • The brioche bun is baked in a 20 inch deep dish pizza pan.

  • If you can scarf down this supersized whopper in one sitting, the restaurant gives it to you gratis.

  • If not, be prepared to stomach the bill.

  • You can't share it.

  • You can.

  • It's for one person.

  • Now you can order it and share it.

  • You just have to give them 24 hours notice for more manageable meal.

  • There's always the Eighth Wonder, a £2 burger available at Watson Soda Fountain and Cafe in Orange, California Number four.

  • The Inferno Bowl Challenge.

  • You guys going in for the soup?

  • Yeah, we're going for the soup fire.

  • Oh, no, This is not a good sign.

  • £4 of soup filled with noodles, chicken, carrots, Napa cabbage broth and a dozen of the planet's hottest peppers.

  • A 30 minute timeframe to slurp it all down with a $350 purse waiting for the winner at Natale's Time X Cuisine in ST Petersburg, Florida you can become a fire breathing legend, however.

  • Statistically, you're a lot more likely to end up puking stomach acid.

  • On January 27th 2021 the restaurant reported that of the 589 folks who had dared to lock horns with the lava likes to, only six had successfully finished it.

  • Vomiting and even other bodily evacuations are not uncommon reactions.

  • This fiery feet is not for the faint of heart or belly.

  • They should implement this as capital punishment.

  • Imagine how this will deter crime.

  • Look at the amount of oil that's on top of that.

  • All right, Number three.

  • The Chupacabra Challenge.

  • We're back in the Lone Star State for another monstrous meat eating contest.

  • The Taproom Pub and Grub in San Marcos, Texas, offers diners attempting test of their guttural grit This flesh eating marathon gives competitors 45 minutes to polish off a full rack of ribs, two dozen nuclear hot wings and a burger, plus heaping baskets of fries and onion rings.

  • It's named after the mythical chupacabra, a creature rumored to kill and drain the blood from livestock animals for vanquishing this formidable array of savory snacks.

  • Champions don't have to pay for their meal and get a Chupacabra Challenge T shirt.

  • And that ain't noble.

  • Number two.

  • The Bomb Challenge.

  • This £5 mass of flesh is a crowd favorite at Paddy Long's, a Chicago bar and restaurant.

  • Paddy Long's is definitely a bacon lover's paradise.

  • That's bacon Delicious baby making one involves many steps, the first of which is creating a thick bacon weave next, and even thicker layer of beef, pork, sausage and crispy pepper.

  • Bacon is piled on after getting dusted in a dry robin, smothering it and beer barbecue sauce.

  • It's rolled up like a giant burrito coated in brown sugar and roasted for four hours.

  • This is the moment of truth, so you want to get your hands under here like this.

  • Flip it.

  • Hope the we've doesn't fall apart.

  • Keep rolling keep rolling.

  • Tuck in the ends and voila!

  • It's about football size.

  • That's what we like normally serving 6 to 8.

  • Brave gluttons can test their gastro intestinal fortitude by trying to eat the whole hog, plus a pound of fries in 45 minutes or less.

  • Winners get the meal for free, receive a T shirt and are immortalized on the bars wall.

  • There's a lot going on in there.

  • This is not some gimmick, ma'am.

  • This is real deal flavor right here, and it is so tender before we dig into our number one pick.

  • Here are some honorable mentions.

  • The Moby Dick.

  • This white whale of a sandwich overflows with sausage, sauerkraut and other fixings.

  • Yeah, the Fuck Garden Challenge.

  • Before this San Francisco spot closed, its giant bowls of noodle soup swelled stomachs.

  • Mhm, yeah, mhm.

  • The free 80 ounce steak Dinner challenge.

  • Few South Carolina diners dare cowboy up to this £5 steak plus sides.

  • The kitchen sink sundae challenge beat the record time for eating this massive desert and get free ice cream for a year.

  • I came all the way to the Bay Area San Francisco Creamery to take on the kitchen sink challenge.

  • That means devouring eight giant scoops of ice cream loaded up with toppings and whipped cream in an hour or less.

  • The Mac Daddy Pancake challenge.

  • A pile of pizza sized pancakes packed with pounds of toppings.

  • Batters all challengers.

  • £3 of pancakes, complete with a full pound of toppings.

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  • Number one.

  • The Fat Food Challenge You know the saying that less is more, but we don't believe in that.

  • The big, fat ugly from the Fat Sandwich company of Champagne, Illinois is no doubt a huge hoagie, but it's just a mini boss compared to our big winner doesn't get served in the foil like that when you know what I do.

  • The show Bird Fat Sal's Deli is a Los Angeles landmark, and the big fat fatty is a big part of the reason why it's 27 inch long bun is piled with over a dozen pounds of greasy delights, ground beef, bacon, pastrami, steak, chicken fingers, fried eggs, mozzarella sticks, onion rings, chili marinara sauce, jalapeno poppers and fries make this sandwich an absolute culinary unit.

  • If you somehow shovel it all down in 40 minutes, you get the sub on the house.

  • But the real prize is the honor of devising your very own sandwich for the deli that is delicious.

  • It's amazing that fat sauce is perfect for this.

  • You get the