Netflix has recently shocked the world by revealing its upcoming live sports event, which is quite different from anything the company has ever done before. This event will feature a highly anticipated hot dog eating competition between Joey Chestnut and Takeru Kobayashi, two of the most famous names in the competitive eating world.

The program, titled “Chestnut vs. Kobayashi: Unfinished Beef,” is being promoted as the “ultimate hot dog eating competition.” Scheduled to air on Netflix on Monday, September 2, this event has already generated a significant amount of interest and excitement among fans of the sport.

The announcement of “Unfinished Beef” comes shortly after Joey Chestnut was banned from the iconic Nathan’s hot dog eating competition, a move that caused outrage among many fans. In response, Netflix wasted no time in seizing the opportunity to bring together Chestnut and his longtime professional rival, Kobayashi, in a highly anticipated showdown.

Joey Chestnut is a dominant force in the world of competitive eating, having won the Nathan’s contest a record-breaking 16 times. His impressive eating capabilities include downing 62 hot dogs in just 10 minutes during the 2023 event, as well as setting the world record by eating 76 hot dogs at the 2021 competition. Takeru Kobayashi, on the other hand, boasts a remarkable history of consuming over 10,000 hot dogs in his lifetime, making him a formidable opponent for Chestnut.

Although Chestnut and Kobayashi have been fierce rivals for many years, they have not directly competed against each other in a eating competition since 2009. Kobayashi’s recent retirement announcement due to health issues adds an additional layer of anticipation to their upcoming showdown on Netflix. Despite their competitive history, Chestnut acknowledges Kobayashi as his fiercest rival and looks forward to reigniting their rivalry in front of a global audience.

“Unfinished Beef” marks the latest addition to Netflix’s growing collection of live sports events, following successful shows like The Netflix Cup and The Netflix Slam. Upcoming events include the highly anticipated Jake Paul vs. Mike Tyson fight in November, NFL Christmas Day games this year, and weekly WWE Raw events starting in 2025. As Netflix continues to expand its live sports programming, fans can look forward to more thrilling competitions and unexpected matchups in the future.


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