Man vs. Food's Adam Richman Talks Miami Super Bowl 2010 with Paul and Young Ron

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Miami. Super Bowl. 2010. February 3, Man vs. Food's Adam Richman will broadcast live from Miami's Don Shula steakhouse at the Alexander Hotel on Miami Beach to take on a mammoth 48-oz. cut of meat. That's 4 pounds 3 pounds.

View the above video for Richman's appearance on today's Paul and Young Ron morning radio show where he explains the regimen that prepares him to gorge to his full potential.

Richman claims an extraordinary vigilance in regards to his health and a usual diet of things like "oatmeal and egg whites every morning, salad with protein, granola bars, supplements, and weight shakes during non shooting time." Sounds like a lot of work to be a professional fat ass.

Richman also talks about why cities with heavy, first generation immigrant populations provide "the most authentic foods from all over the world."

Click here for more info on Man vs. Food's special live broadcast for Miami Superbowl 2010 and how you can be a part of it.

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