Buffalo Buffet Bowl

Location: Buffalo, NY
Date: 08-31-2019
Winner: Geoff Esper, with 5lb of Buffalo Cuisine in 2 mins, 51 secs

ESPER CRUSHES BUFFALO BUFFET BOWL!

The Buffalo Buffet Bowl returns to Major League Eating's 2019 schedule of eating championships. This year's event shall take place on the Saturday evening during The National Buffalo Chicken Wing Festival—our republic's annual celebration of the Buffalo wing and the Buffalo wing-centered lifestyle.

The Buffalo Buffet Bowl is a celebration of Buffalo Cuisine. In years past, the event has seen the world's greatest eaters tackle an array of Buffalo Cuisine favorites, such as chicken strips, beef on weck and Buffalo-style pizza. Buffalo favorites for all.

At the 2018 event, Geoffrey Esper repeated his 2016 and 2017 victories by consuming five pounds of Buffalo delicacies in just two minutes and 36 seconds.

The 2019 Buffalo Buffet Bowl is soon upon us. Labor Day weekend. Buffalo, NY. The National Buffalo Chicken Wing Festival. An annual tradition like no other. Major League Eaters from near and far are warmly invited to sign up for this experience of a lifetime. At the table or in the crowd—don't you ever miss it!

FULL RESULTS! 1. Geoff Esper, 5lb of food in 2 mins 51 seconds 2. Gideon Oji finished 2nd at 4 minutes 28 seconds 3. Miki Sudo finished 3rd at 4 minutes 35 seconds

Rest of field quantity eaten at 4 minutes 35 seconds: 4th - 4.08 lbs, Joey Chestnut 5th - 3.98 lbs, Nick Wehry 6th - 2.33 lbs, Buffalo Jim Reeves 7th - 2.24 lbs, Badlands Booker 8th - 1.98 lbs, Ronnie Hartman 9th - 1.91 lbs, Mike Landrich 10th - 1.44 lbs, Allentown William Myers 11th - 0.99 lbs, Frank Velocci

This contest took place at 6pm on Saturday August 31st, 2019, at the The National Buffalo Wing Festival, held at Coca-Cola Field, 275 Washington St, Buffalo!

About The National Buffalo Wing Festival! The National Buffalo Wing Festival takes place over Labor Day Weekend at Coca-Cola Field in Buffalo, NY. Part of the proceeds from the festival go to benefit Western New York charities, raising more than $315,000 over the festival's history.

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