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BRIDGEPORT -

For the second year the Harrison County United Way and Buffalo Wild Wings in Bridgeport are hosting a hot wing eating contest.

Last year, WBOY's Tony J. Amormino won the contest by eating more than 40 wings.

He's in the contest again this year along with six others.

"So far we have seven contestants: two TV personalities, an architect, a fireman, a legal assistant, an employee from Dominion, and an employee from Fairmont State. We welcome as many contestants as are willing to enter. It's going to be a really fun and exciting night, so I hope everyone can come and cheer them on," said Melanie Chancey, of United Way.

The contest will be held on Feb. 20, and they are still accepting contestants. Visit the United Way's website or Facebook for more information.