Strongman Eddie Hall lands in Key Largo, Florida, and warms up with a trip to Mrs. Mac's Kitchen for the best Key lime pie. Then, Eddie heads out to sea with a local expert to try his massive arm at big-game fishing. Finally, the biggest challenge of the day is trying to break the record of downing 43 conch fritters in 15 minutes at the famed Conch House.
World's Strongest Man winner Eddie Hall hits Brooklyn and whets his appetite with the legendary cheesecake at Junior's. Then, he heads to Coney Island and attempts to transform a construction-grade steel bar into a very heavy pretzel. Finally, Eddie squares up to the fearsome 7,000-calorie mac and cheese challenge at the Mac Shack, with competitive eating sensation Wayne Algenio spurring him on.
Strongman Eddie Hall comes face to face with the grim reaper in Houston, Texas, when he takes on a two-pound crawfish challenge doused with hot sauce made from the mind-numbingly hot Carolina Reaper pepper. He also gets a chance to load up on some Southern comfort food and pull a 45,000-pound plane down an airport runway.
World's Strongest Man 2017 winner Eddie Hall gets roped into a strength test with legendary boxing coach Buster Custus at a famed Philadelphia gym before he gets a double hit of delicious Philly cheesesteak. For an hors d'oeuvre, it's a butter-drenched pretzel twist on the classic from the city's Reading Terminal Market. Finally, the main course is the colossal 2-foot-long monster cheesesteak challenge at gastro-institution Tony Luke's.
Strongman Eddie Hall gets a lesson in pro-wrestling from his childhood idols and WWE legends, The Headbangers. Then, he tours the Florida Everglades with guide Jesse Kennon to meet some alligators before eating fried alligator tails and frog legs. Finally, at legendary Jaxson's Ice Cream Parlor, Eddie attempts the "Kitchen Sink" challenge of a mobile sink filled to the brim with 9 pounds of ice cream and 2 pounds of toppings.
Eddie Hall is in the Garden State of New Jersey for the Destination Dogs hot dog challenge. The epic platter pits Eddie against eight supersized hot dogs weighing in at nearly 6 pounds and a jaw-dropping 7,000 calories. To sharpen his appetite, Eddie joins former hockey pro Krzysztof Oliwa on the ice and drops in for a huge corned beef hash breakfast at the iconic Summit Diner.
In Austin, Texas, Eddie Hall pumps up his appetite in a race of strength vs. speed with superbike legend Colin "Texas Tornado" Edwards. Then, Eddie enjoys some pit-smoked barbecue from local favorite House Park Bar-B-Que before tackling a monster food truck challenge from eight of the city's famous food trucks.
Strongman Eddie Hall lands in the Big Apple to get a super-charged snack and a lesson in baking at Murray's Bagels. Then, he goes head-to-head with his friend and rival, Brian Shaw, as they drag a 23-ton truck down the street. Finally, he faces a skyscraper of a sandwich at Sarge's Deli made with half a loaf of bread and packed to the rafters with beef, turkey, salami, pastrami, corned beef and all the trimmings.
Eddie Hall saddles up for cowboy country in Fort Worth, Texas. At Billy Bob's, the world's largest honky-tonk, he takes on a wagyu burger and a local delicacy of calves' testicles. Then, Eddie risks his own family jewels trying to stay in the saddle of a feisty mechanical bull. Finally, he tackles a monster pancake challenge at the famed Ol' South Pancake House with eight massive pancakes topped by half a pound of butter and maple syrup.
Strongman Eddie Hall is in Tex-Mex hot spot San Antonio to overcome a gigantic chicken-fried steak. He has just 12 short minutes to eat an enormous 21-ounce prime beef steak, double battered for extra crispiness, plus bread and sides. Before the challenge, Eddie samples a traditional Mexican breakfast at Mi Tierra and works up an appetite on a Ninja Warrior-style obstacle course with a local veteran of the TV show, David Yarter.
Eddie "The Beast" Hall's epic quest takes him to the sunshine and skyscrapers of Miami. His first stop is a Cuban-influenced seafood spot, La Camaronera, where he eats a deliciously fresh fried-fish sandwich. Then, Eddie tests his hand-eye coordination at a shooting range before heading to The Sandbar in Anna Maria Island, Fla., where owner Ed Chiles sets up a bespoke challenge for The Beast -- a monster dish of rib-eye steak, pork ribs, lobster and shrimp.
Strongman Eddie Hall is in Queens, N.Y., to sample authentic dim sum at local favorite Dumpling Galaxy. Then, he works off those calories at an indoor baseball center in the shadow of New York Mets home Citi Field. Finally, the main event is a terrifying killer kebab challenge at Gyro World in Astoria -- a 7,000-calorie plate stacked with beef, chicken and pork.