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The Week contest: Beast battle

This week's question: A YouGov survey found that Americans are an average 7.8 percentage points more confident than Brits that they could beat various animals in a one-on-one fight, including a medium-size dog, a chimpanzee, a kangaroo, and a goose. If a TV network were to create a reality show in which overconfident Americans go toe-to-toe with various angry beasts, what should it be titled?

Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Pork shortage

RESULTS:

THE WINNER: "Bite Club"

John Laclede, Round Hill, Virginia 

SECOND PLACE: "Rumble in the Jungle"

Norm Carrier, Flat Rock, North Carolina

THIRD PLACE: "America's Got Talons"

Sim Segal, New York City

HONORABLE MENTIONS: 

"Ark Enemies"

Chapin Day, Gig Harbor, Washington

"The Maul of the Wild"

Suzie Fraser, Whitesboro, New York

"Where the Wild Things Spar"

Kim Doyle, Woolwich, Maine

"You vs. Zoo"

Christopher Weber, Owego, New York

"Beast in Show"

Phyllis Klein, New York City

"Win, Lose, or Claw"

Nijolė & Chris Etzwiler, Baraboo, Wisconsin

"The Squeal World"

Joe Ayella, Wayne, Pennsylvania

"Bite Me!"

David Hostetter, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania

"Animal Crackers!"

Michael Chaback, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

"Brawny And the Beasts"

Eileen Roberts, Scotia, New York

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