Thousands of people will gather at Coney Island on Tuesday to watch competitive eaters

mountains of sausages and buns during the annual Nathan’s Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest.

Competitors will have just 10 minutes to devour as many wieners as they can for a shot at hot dog glory.

The eater to watch in the men’s competition is reigning champion Joey Chestnut,

Nathan’s hosted four qualifying events for the big show

Each contestant will have their own scorekeeper to monitor their running total

The top dog in each category will take home $10,000, according to WABC

Water and other beverages, as well as condiments, are allowed.

Miki Sudo, the No. 1-ranked female competitive eater, will also defend her title.

Penalties can be issued for “messy eating and regurgitation,