Pete randomly discovered his crazy talent after a friend dared him to beat a breakfast challenge record. He’s won a bunch of competitions around the world and continues to do outrageous events and stunts. He has eaten things like a 72oz steak in 7 minutes, a 15lb burger in 30 minutes, a pound of butter in 3 minutes and many more crazy things. On his off days Pete enjoys candle light dinners, foot massages and listening to classical music while taking a hot bath.
Joseph F Menchetti Connecticut
Joe first started doing eating stunts in 5th or 6th grade. Eating the foods other kids didn't like. Such as 16 servings of baked beans & 12 servings of green bean salad. Joe's first contest win was the Domino's pizza eating contest in Wildwood, NJ in 1990. Favorite food to eat for leisure & probably competitively too is Pizza. The least favorite food Joe's agreed to eat was cow brains, thankfully it was switched to hot dogs. (www.eatfeats.com)
William Millender New York
Inspired by the yearly 4th of July hot dog contests, Will "The Champ" Millender saw a poster for a local pizza eating contest and decided to Enter the world of Competitive Eating. He won that contest, as well as a local wing eating contest two years in a row and hasn't looked back. Will has one of the quickest mouths on the east coast. He is the Brooklyn, NY Cheese eating champ, the Coatesville, PA Scotch Egg Eating champ, and once ate 8 hot dogs in just 2 minutes and 10 seconds to become the Troutman, NC Hot Dog Eating Champ beating last years Go Go Curry runner up, Dale Boone. Using His eating prowess, Will has also appeared on national television shows on such channels as ABC, CBS and MTV.
Paul Arcaria New York
This Food Warrior from Long Island began to pursue his interest in competitive eating in 2008. In a short period of time "Pork-Slap" has demonstrated that he has the potential to compete with the best. In September of 2008 he captured the Amateur Division of the National Bun & Cheese Eating Championship by consuming five 5.0 oz. Bun & Cheese Sandwiches in a stellar 3:54. Eating Legend Dave "Coondog" O'Karma commented that Arcaria has one of the quickest starts he has ever seen. (www.eatfeats.com)
Brian Kenny Pham Baltimore, MD
Brian Kenny, originally from Baltimore, MD, started venturing into competitive eating just one year ago where he placed 2nd out of 30 in Stinky Brooklyn's cheese eating competition. Since then, he's ventured into a couple more competitions, winning only one amateur competition, eating 19 cupcakes in 12 minutes. Will newbie Brian Kenny be able to keep up with the Pros in GoGo Curry's competition? He says he'll "try his best, but in the end, he's just excited to eat the yummy curry!"