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Paige Spiranac Offers to Replace Joey Chestnut in 4th of July Hot Dog Eating Contest, Reveals Her AMAZING Record!

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Spiranac is a model and former professional golfer with a large following on social media.

Social media sensation Paige Spiranac has offered to replace Joey Chestnut in the Fourth of July Hot Dog Eating Contest.

The model also revealed her AMAZING hot dog eating record, meaning she won’t be left out when competing.

“I am available to replace him. My record is 6.5 hot dogs in 10 minutes,” Spiranac said in X.

The competitive eating world was shocked Tuesday to learn that 16-time champion Joey Chestnut would not be allowed to compete in this year’s Independence Day show due to his brand deal with Impossible Foods.

Chestnut’s contest record is 76 hot dogs devoured in 10 minutes, 69.5 more than Spiranac’s stated record.

Spiranac is a model and former professional golfer with a large following on social media.

Chestnut will not be competing in this year's Fourth of July hot dog eating contest in a few weeks.

Chestnut will not be competing in this year’s Fourth of July hot dog eating contest in a few weeks.

Miki Sudo holds the record for the women’s event with 48.5 hot dogs consumed in 10 minutes. That’s a small 42 hot dogs ahead of Spiranac.

Spiranac’s participation in the hot dog eating contest would give him the star power he now lacks since Chestnut is not front and center.

The hot dog eating contest chased away one of its other biggest stars years ago: Takeru Kobayashi.

Kobayashi officially retired from competitive eating earlier this year at age 46.

Kobayashi was Chestnut’s biggest rival, but last competed in the Super Bowl of competitive eating in 2009.

The absence of the Japanese dining room cleared the way for Chestnut to dominate the event for most of this century.

With a new star in the world of competitive eating, Spiranac has raised his hand to be that person.

Even with Spiranac volunteering for the event, it has not been revealed who, if anyone, will take Chestnut’s place at the Brooklyn event.

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