The Wing Bowl, Philadelphia’s annual chicken wing eating contest which you should probably avoid at all costs, happened today at Wells Fargo Center. (Molly Schuyler won by eating 429 wings.) There was also a fight in the stands, presumably over something very important.
Mick Foley, a former WWE wrestler who used to be adored nationwide (some say worldwide but unlikely), was disqualified from Philadelphia's Wing Bowl on Friday after stuffing uneaten wings in a fanny pack in order to increase his total. Disrespect is thy name, man who wrestled with mask on.
Were you wondering what former MLB player/Phillies folk hero Matt Stairs was up to these days? He's living the dream, dammit.
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Philadelphia's biggest eaters didn't stand a chance this morning against the superhuman maw of Takeru Kobayashi, who set a new Wing Bowl record by eating 337 chicken wings. The old record of 255 wings—set last year by Joey "Super" Squibb—was doomed by the end of the second round, making the final a fait accompli.…
Brian Hickey spent his morning taking in the sprawling mess of Frank's Red Hot depravity that is Philly's annual "Wing Bowl" gorgefest (featuring "Snooki," of course). He'll have his full report later, but here's a photo primer. (NSFWish)
Excuse the blatant self-promotion for a minute, but it's Friday, and it's always important to celebrate high points in one's career. That is why I am posting an article I wrote for this month's Penthouse magazine about last year's venerable Philadelphia gorge-puke-and-boobfest, "Wing Bowl."