We don't really follow the "sport" of competitive eating because, well, it's not really sport. Sorry to burst your bubble. However, we can't ignore the fact that one of America's greatest Fourth of July traditions, besides watermelon and getting a citation for setting-off illegal fireworks, is the annual Nathan's Hot Dog Eating competition on Coney Island. This year marks the 95th anniversary of the gluttonous display of beef dog-eating patriotism. The build-up to the event couldn't be any stranger, vaguely resembling the melodrama in the days leading up to a big boxing match. International sensation and six time champion Takeru Kobayashi, technically a free agent, is threatening to sit on the sidelines if he doesn't get more money to appear at the event. In the meantime, Joey Chestnut, the number one ranked competitive eater in the world, has his stomach set on his fourth consecutive victory while devouring his own world record of 68 hot dogs in 10 minutes. Who do you think will win?