Ever heard of mukbang? Mukbang is a Korean term to describe an online audiovisual broadcast where a host enjoys (tons of) food while interacting with their audience.
In the west, Matt Stonie may be one of the most famous ‘mukbang’ or competitive eaters on Youtube!
Of course, he tailors his content to his Youtube audience. In his case, he successfully consumes tons of food in only a few minutes.
And while most people just snack on chips and dips during their Super Bowl viewing parties, the Youtuber did things a little more extra on his recent upload- celebrating the NFL final with a huge plate of nachos that amounts to over 10,000 calories.
He went all out in preparing the monster nacho plate, from guacamole, salsa, ground beef, and even some crispy bacon.
It may seem too much for a regular viewer to even think of devouring – but to Stonie, it’s nothing more than the usual.
As expected, the Youtuber was able to clear off the entire plate in just 20 minutes.
10,000 calories is a lot of food to intake. For Stonie to scarf down all of it was an incredible feat in itself.
But this isn’t anything new to Matt Stonie, though.
In his past videos, he’s devoured down large plates of food like a giant poutine, 1620 pieces of french fries, 4 large bags of potato chips, and a 10k calorie indian curry platter.
With his success in the genre, he will likely continue to do crazy food challenges in the future.
Fans were all impressed by Matt Stonie’s undefeated competitive eating skills:
“This looks like one month leftovers found in my fridge all mixed together”
“I guess now we know who ain’t bouta eat nachos for a couple of years😂💀”
“Let’s say Matt is around 130 pounds, he’s literally 7% nachos by the end of the video”
Thanks to his crazy yet entertaining food challenges, Stonie has garnered a huge Youtube following of 10.7 million subscribers.
His entire channel is built on devouring obscene amounts of food in a short amount of time.
Stonie has turned his love for food into a full-time career, and become one of the top-ranked competitive eaters in the US. In fact, he is the number three ranked competitive eater in Major League Eating.
He even won the Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest back in 2015, dethroning 8-time defending champion Joey Chestnut, but eventually lost the title in 2016. His shift to provide consistent Youtube content paved the way for him to become a successful content creator of his own right, though.
The said video has amassed over 4.9 million views and counting. Check out his entire eating spree here!