Australian food eater, James Webb, ranked No. 10 in the U.S., conquered Texas with meat-focused eating challenges, according to a Dallas Morning News article which reports,
“The 34-year-old started at the Big Texan Steak Ranch in Amarillo, completing the famous 72-ounce Steak Challenge by eating a 72-ounce sirloin steak, baked potato, roll, salad and three fried shrimp in 6 minutes and 28 seconds. That feat made him the second-fastest person to eat it in challenge history. Molly Schuyler finished in 4 minutes and 18 seconds.
Making his way south, Webb stopped at Bebo’s Cafe in Aubrey for the Bozilla Burger challenge, finishing a 5-pound burger and a pound of fries in 16 minutes and 24 seconds.
After he finished, the owner hopped on stage with him cheering.”
During his food tour in Texas, James Webb competed in the 72-ounce steak challenge but was outpaced by Molly Schuyler. He also conquered the “6 in 6” challenge at Sky Rocket Burger, according to a WFAA article. They say,
“According to the restaurant’s Instagram page, the fastest time they’ve ever recorded from their 72-ounce steak challenge was accomplished by a woman named Molly Schuyler, who beat Webb by more than two minutes! She finished in four minutes and 18 seconds.
And the Amarillo steak ranch wasn’t the only Texas food challenge this Aussie wanted to take down. Days later, he stopped by Sky Rocket Burger in Frisco for their “6 in 6 challenge”: Six burger patties, fries and a shake.
“JWebbyCanEat” finished this burger challenge in 3 minutes and 56 seconds. “
During his Texas food tour, James Webb attempted but failed to finish an 8-pound pancake stack at Ol’ South Pancake House. He successfully devoured five sandwiches and fries at Furlough Brothers in Dallas.