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Super Squibb ready to defend his title at Wing Bowl 18

Jonathan Squibb, a skinny 23-year-old from Winslow Township, NJ, is the new Wing Bowl champion. Super Squibb tore through 203 wings, 23 more than second place finisher Not Rich, and 50 more than third place eaters Hank the Tank and Da Disposal, while chomping his way to glory and a brand new Mini Cooper, from Mini on the Main Line.

Super Squibb ready to defend his title at Wing Bowl 18

Alejandro A. Alvarez/Staff Photographer
Alejandro A. Alvarez/Staff Photographer

Jonathan Squibb, a skinny 23-year-old from Winslow Township, NJ, is the new Wing Bowl champion. Super Squibb tore through 203 wings, 23 more than second place finisher Not Rich, and 50 more than third place eaters Hank the Tank and Da Disposal, while chomping his way to glory and a brand new Mini Cooper, from Mini on the Main Line. Going into the competition, the Rutgers and Winslow Township High grad was ranked with 9 to 1 odds by 610 WIP’s Al Morganti, who created Wing Bowl. “Nobody believed in me but my family, but I knew I could do it,” said Squibb, who is “in career transition.” He plans to celebrate tonight with family and friends. What was his secret? “It’s more up here than down here,” he told us, pointing first to his brain, then his stomach. Squibb says he will absolutely return to defend his crown next year at Wing Bowl 18.

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