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Food Battle 2014
Pink Frosted sprinkled Donut decide to battle with Rock Candy
Food Battle 2013
Pink Frosted sprinkled Donut decide to battle with Giant Gummy Snake
Food Battle 2012
Pink Frosted sprinkled Donut decide to battle with Eggroll
Food Battle 2011
Pink Frosted sprinkled Donut decide to battle with Rainbow Lolipop
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- 11/23/14: Smosh uploading a behind the scenes of Food Battle 2014 called "I was an Evil Kid"
- 11/21/14: Smosh uploading a new episode of Food Battle called Food Battle 2014.
- 11/19/14: Smosh uploading the trailer for Food Battle: The Game
- 11/19/14: Smosh announce that the Food Battle 2014 will be released on Friday
- 10/7/14: Smosh uploading the Food Battle 2014 Music Video
Ian Hecox is one half of the comedy duo Smosh and the one of the co-creator of Food Battle. He is sometimes referred to as the shorter, smarter, more devious, dangerous and funnier one. Hecox has a genius level IQ which he rarely puts to good use. He is a serous body builder and a runner-up in the 98' Mr. Universe event. Hecox is wildly unpredictable and should not be approached. Though strangely coincidental, Hecox also wears a small t-shirt and was last seen in Carmichael, California in the company of his mother. He is Anthony's best friend.
In Food Battle, Ian battle with his arch-nemesis, Anthony Padilla for winning Food Battle. It is because Anthony thinks Ian's pink-frosted sprinkled donuts are useless, and he says that his taquitos, celery, churros, burritos, red hot chili peppers, rainbow lollipops, egg rolls, giant gummy snakes, and rock candy are much better.
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