Molly Schuyler Houses Two 72 Oz. Steaks In 20 Minutes, Preps For Wing Bowl [Video]

Molly Schuyler

Molly Schuyler has done it again! The mother of four took on another meat-eating challenge, this time beating her previous record. According to Fox 6, Schuyler ate two 72 oz. steaks at Amarillo’s Big Texan Steak Ranch in less than 20 minutes! Most people can’t even finish one steak, but Schuyler had what it takes to get the job done. Oh, and she isn’t done with these crazy eating challenges either. At just 120 pounds, some would say that Schuyler has a gift — and she’s not even close to ending her competitive eating career. She is continuously setting goals for herself, and so far, she’s accomplished said goals one by one.

“Schuyler says she plans to return to the restaurant for another challenge. She says she’ll try to consume three entire meals in under an hour,” reports Fox 6.

Molly Schuyler, a Nebraska native, is expected to be at WIP’s Wing Bowl at the Wells Fargo Center this coming Friday. According to the Bucks County Courier Times, Schuyler won the competition last year, consuming a whopping 363 wings. She currently holds the record for most wings eaten at Wing Bowl. Do you think she will be able to do it again this year?

As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Schuyler once ate a single 72 oz. steak in just five minutes, but it wasn’t just steak that she ate. Apparently it was an entire meal consisting of a baked potato, shrimp, salad, and a dinner roll. Yikes.

“If you’re keeping track, that is about 9 pounds, meaning she ate enough steak that is just shy of the weight of the average adult human head. Compared to Molly Schuyler, that is almost 8 percent of her body weight.”

Molly Schuyler could bring home the grand prize on Friday, which is nothing shy of awesome.

“The Wing Bowl 23 Overall Winner will receive a 2015 Harley Davidson FLSTF Softail Fat Boy Motorcycle and $10,000, a gold medal and ring courtesy of Steven Singer Jewelers. Other titles include the overall Runner Up, Local Winner, College Winner and Wingette of the Year.”

Think she’ll do it?

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