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Three random Pensacola eating challenges
5 burgers Redd Hott Burger Challenge Kick Off Redd's Fueling Station Destin, FL includes 3 English muffins, 1 lb sweet potato fries and 2 pints of Rolling Rock Draft Beers or soft drinks
seafood sandwich The Battleship Blue Wahoos games Pensacola, FL fried crab, oysters & shrimp
76 ounce steak Ole 76er Challenge Mesquite Charlie's Steakhouse Pensacola, FL also have 32 oz. steak for $22
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Randy Santel and Katina Eats Kilos will face off against military members at Helen Back Pizza in Fort Walton Beach, FL on Monday.

Adrian Morgan wins Rouse’s Markets crawfish contest

update Jun 7 Darron Breeden has a video with totals for the top 4

update Top 8 via Jay Ruppert
1st) Adrian Morgan
2nd) Michelle Lesco
3rd) Tony Wood
4th) Darron Breeden
5th) Crazy Legs Conti
6th) Alex Perez
7th) Jason Ruppert
8th) Pretty Boy Davekos

The Top 3 from Rich Shea

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Corey Fanguy has posted two emails from Sam Barclay. The first email announced he had received a place in the Rouse's crawfish eating contest. A subsequent message told him that the spot was offered in error and that he would not be able to compete.
Harry T's Lighthouse in Destin, FL will hold a hot dog eating contest on July 6 awarding $1,000 to the winner.
The Walton Sun has an article about Neil Sebree competing in the Hooters wing finals.
Man vs. Food is reportedly filming in Panama City Beach, Florida this weekend (picture). Hip Pocket Deli in Pensacola announced that Man vs. Food cancelled plans to record there.
Samantha Stabb set the women's record at Wintzell's Oyster House in Pensacola by eating 264 oysters in 20 minutes.

Three “Outrageous Food” restaurants

Here are three restaurants that will appear on Outrageous Food on the Food Network on Saturday at 10 pm eastern.

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Pensacola pizza contest for first responders has a report on a pizza eating contest for first responders held yesterday to honor the victims of 9/11/2001. Adam McCoy of the Pensacola police won $2000 and additional prizes for eating 1.5 pizzas in 10 minutes. McCoy gave his winnings to Cory Jackson, who recently suffered three broken vertebrae.