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Hollywood Zam has a post on "Furious" Pete Czerwinski's battle with cancer. He is currently cancer-free and in remission.
eCelebrityMirror has a post about "Furious" Pete Czerwinski's battle against testicular cancer. He is currently in remission.
"Furious" Pete Czerwinski has passed a billion videos viewed for his youtube channel. I think the only other competitive eating channels to surpass that benchmark are Matt Stonie 1.969B viewed) and Yuka Kinoshita (1.951B)
"Furious" Pete Czerwinski has uploaded a video titled "From Engineering to Competitive Eating" that was originally produced for GameTV's How The Game Is Played
George Rossoatos has made a chapter from his book Interdiscursive Readings in Cultural Consumer Research titled "Furious Pete and the Re-Evaluation of All Values available for download for free.
Michelle Lesco ate a hot dog without using her hands in 21.60 seconds to set a new Guinness World Record. "Furious" Pete Czerwinski held the previous record of 27.13 seconds.
An episode of TV Made Me Do IT about the 2009 AICE USA vs. Canada burger eating contest focusing on "Furious" Pete Czerwinski.
"Furious" Pete Czerwinski announces that he will undergo surgery tomorrow to have his remaining testicle removed in order to excise a cancerous mass. Let's hope this finally knocks out the condition which has afflicted him over the past four years.
In his latest video, "Furious" Pete Czerwinski announces that he has been diagnosed with an elevated level of HCG, which can be a benchmark of testicular cancer. Let's hope he can get that down to zero soon.
"Furious" Pete Czerwinski posted a video of his attempt at the Burritozilla at Iguana's in San Jose. His goal was to surpass Matt Stonie's time of under 2 minutes. He did not mention Molly Schuyler's overall record of 1:25.
In "Furious" Pete Czerwinksi's latest video, he reflects on his first eating contest on April 19, 2008, the Collegiate Nationals in San Diego. The footage he comments on is from the CBS broadcast of the competition. I think it is the last eating contest that was broadfadcast on over-the-air network television in the USA.
Bloomberg has an article about "Furious" Pete Czerwinski hosting his new videos on the blockchain-based video host DTube instead of YouTube.
"Furious" Pete Czerwinski appeared on Dragons' Den (the Canadian equivalent of ABC's Shark Tank) with a team seeking investment for New Age Performance's line of performance enhancing mouthpieces. Brian Shaw "The World's Strongest Man" was another member of the team. (video)
"Furious" Pete Czerwinski will appear on the cover of the upcoming issue of Power Magazine.
Furious Pete has produced a new video about Dale Boone in response to his controversial victory over Nate Figueroa in a hot dog eating contest in at the Titled Kilt in Boca Raton, FL.
"Furious" Pete Czerwinski produced a video where he commented on the recent competitive eating fatalities and talked about his own incidents. He described choking during a Guinness record attempt on live British television, which can be viewed online.
"Furious" Pete Czerwinksi's video about Dale Boone cheating in the 2011 Z Burger eating contest is a topic in the "Fat People Hate" forum.
"Furious" Pete Czerwinski announces that he has completed his chemotherapy treatment for testicular cancer. Hopefully it will knock out the disease for good.
GuinnessWorldRecords.com reports that Filipino Ricardo “Rix Terabite” Francisco ate five burgers with 107 gram patties in a minute to break a record previously held by "Furious" Pete Czerwinski. The record attempt required eaters to only use one hand.
"Furious" Pete Czerwinski just passed 4 million subscribers on youtube.
Some sad news: "Furious" Pete Czerwinski announced today that he started chemotherapy on February 6, his third treatment for testicular cancer since his initial diagnosis in 2014. He uploaded a vlog about his first day of taking drugs.
Entrepreneur.com ranks "Furious" Pete Czerwinski #5 in its list of 9 top social media influencers marketers need to follow.
"Furious" Pete Czerwinksi will host the video series Dinner Date with Furious Pete for Playboy as part of the magazine's post-nudity rebranding. The show has the following description: "Pete teaches guys how to cook impressive yet easy meals for their dates, and his female friends give him feedback on both his food and dating skills."
Guinness World Records has a clip from an Italian television program where "Furious" Pete Czerwinski and two challengers attempted to break the record for eating a 12 inch pizza (a fork and knife is required). The record has since been broken by Filipino Kelvin Medina with a time of 23.62 seconds.
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