July 5, 2011 by staff
Takeru Kobayashi, The famous dining competitive Takeru Kobayashi chewed his way to an unofficial world record for hot dog eating Monday over a skyscraper in Manhattan – to coincide with July 4th year of competition in Coney Island since the opening of roads.
The dining room of the Japanese, who claimed the title of Nathan six years in a row from 2001 – 2006, chose the Battle of Brooklyn lineup of contenders from the top of the roof 230 Fifth clubs due to a contractual dispute between him and organizers of the contest at Coney Island.
As a giant screen simultaneous live coverage of the contest Nathan, Kobayashi was at a nearby table and shot down 69 dogs in 10 minutes – a record better than the current 2009 champion Joey Chestnut of the brand, and seven more to gain Chesnut is 62 dogs admitted Monday.
Hundreds of spectators filled the roof to see the feat of taste, offering chants of “Kobi” As he approached the world record.
Kobayashi – who weighed 140 pounds before competition and after 158 pounds – said the story was done in Manhattan Monday, despite the organizers of Nathan refuses to recognize the victory.
A spokeswoman at the headquarters of the Coney Island contest of Major League Eating, said that Kobayashi could not comment on allegations of a new world record, except to say that the group does not recognize as valid.
Organizers said before that Kobayashi was not prohibited in the contest, but decided not to participate.
Famous was arrested for trying to take the stage at Coney Island last year after being denied the opportunity to compete as a result of an ongoing contract dispute with Major League eating.
Steven Greenberg, the owner of 230 V, Kobayashi said he came to after seeing his inglorious exit last year.
“It’s obvious, is a name that big,” he said of the decision to host the championship in his dining club.
“Kobi takes very seriously,” he said. “He created it as a sport.”
Fans flocked to the removal of the roof to look at Kobayashi in action.
“I always wanted to see in Coney Island, but never had the opportunity,” said Marlene London, 39, of New Jersey, New Jersey, wearing a “Kobi Unleashed” T-shirt, as he cheered.
“It was terrible what happened in Coney Island last year, but he came here and proved he could beat everyone.”
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