Ward's House of Prime competitive eating champ defends D.C. burger title

Posted at 3:18 PM, Jul 05, 2017

The competitive eater who downed 22 pounds of prime rib at a Milwaukee restaurant defended another title at a burger eating contest this week.

Molly Schuyler defended her title for the third time by eating 21 burgers in 10 minutes to beat the other contestants at the 8th Annual Burger Eating Championship at Z-Burgers in Washington D.C. on Monday.

Last year the mother of four from Sacramento, California ate 28 burgers to win the title. She won $1,500 and likely some indigestion for her efforts.

If Molly looks a little familiar to you, it’s because she recently put away more than 22 pounds of prime rib at Ward’s House of Prime in Milwaukee.  Ward’s live streamed the event and thousands of people watched as Molly effortlessly ate the meat and earned a stop on the wall of fame.