The Super Bowl might be around the corner, but only one competition matters today - Wing Bowl 2011.
Jonathan 'Super' Squib set a new Wing Bowl record today, taking down an astonishing 255 wings in what may be the world's least healthy competition. The potential calorie count for a win like this could be close to 40,000 calories with about 2,550 grams of fat, according to CBS News.
Squib's record came at the expense of competitors like "El Wingadore," "Drunken Mussel," and "Lord Bemis." The N.J. accountant's win made him the 19th champion of the Philadelphia competition, according to CBS.
"He's focused and he attacks those wings," a CBS Sports Radio 610 WIP said describing Squib. "He's an amazing competitor."