Puppy Bowl 2011
February 4, 2011 by Post Team
Puppy Bowl 2011, Next to the Super Bowl, the Puppy Cup, this time of year also brings us the Wing Bowl, which is the Super Bowl of competitive eating. It was held in Philadelphia for 19 years and on Friday (February 4), Jonathan they sang “Super” as the winner Squibb 2011.
It was the third victory in a row Squibb, but it is remarkable because he ate a record of 255 wings, beating the former record of 241 Joey Chestnut. Wow. It’s … both wings in 30 minutes, no less. Runner-up El Wingador ate 254, so that these boys came to play this year, apparently.
CBSPhilly told 20,000 people gathered in the Wells Fargo Center to watch the event this year, with tailgating begin at 4:00 Hells yeah.
Puppy Bowl programming is usually posted in advance so that people can move on the Animal Planet website and take a look at the puppies that will be paraded on the big day. According to site statistics, Animal Planet has adopted over 250 animals during the first six years of the company. It is not just limited to puppies either, because they often have kittens strut at specific times.
Although the puppy Bowl happens, information on “participants” is displayed on television, and more info is posted on the site for viewers to check. It originally seemed an interesting way to program schedule of Super Bowl Sunday, while giving back to the community, but now it has become one of the most watched TV other than football that day. Last year, the “show” has grossed more than 8 million viewers.
While fans are eagerly awaiting the kickoff of the Super Bowl, another type of game happens on Animal Planet.
For the seventh consecutive year, Animal Planet has scoured the rescues and shelters in search of candidates to play in the “Puppy Bowl. Once athletes adorable make the team, the real fun begins. For two hours, the cuddly little trek to the area from one end zone, playing with each other and kittens peeping the scene in half Bissell Kitty show time.
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