Pokémon Grand Eating Contest

The setting for the competition

The Pokémon Grand Eating Contest (Japanese: ポケモン大食い大会 Pokémon Eating Contest) is an anime-exclusive competition that takes place in Vermilion City. The competition was featured in Crowning the Chow Crusher!.

Competition

 
The poster promoting the competition
 
The prize ticket for winning

All contestants enter the competition with a Pokémon that has to eat as many plates full of food as possible. Throughout the rounds, the rules are consistent, in which a new plate can only be served once the previous one has been finished clean. Rules allow for Berry seeds to be left uneaten and the adding of spices to the food. Competitors will be disqualified from the competition if they become too full to continue eating or if they break the dish plates.

The first round has all contestants giving their Pokémon plates of Berries to eat, with the top ten who ate the most advancing to the next round. Before the second round, a lottery is drawn to divide the contestants into pairs that compete against each other, with one contestant getting to decide the dish the two will eat from a preset menu. The Pokémon who eats the most in each pair within a time limit proceeds to the finals. In the finals, the Pokémon that eats the most is declared the winner.

The prize for winning the competition is a free trip to Unova, as well as a supply of all-you-can-eat gourmet food from Unova.

Known contestants

Contestant Place
Goh Winner
James Runner-up
Ash Top 16


Pokémon entered in the contest

Ash

 
Dragonite

Goh

 
Skwovet → Greedent

James

 
Morpeko

Other competitors

 
Emperor Blaziken
 
Vigoroth
 
Swalot
 
Snorlax
 
Lickitung
 
Hydreigon
 
Zigzagoon
 
Bisharp
 
Bunnelby
 
Pikipek
 
Muk
 
Heatmor
 
Glalie

In other languages

Language Title
  Czech Pokémoní soutěž jedlíků
  Finnish Pokémonien suuri syömiskisa
  Italian Grande gara Pokémon di cibo
  Polish Pokémonowy Konkurs Obżartuchów
  Brazilian Portuguese Grande Concurso Pokémon de Comer



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