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League of Pigs

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Kennedy Unthank

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Five competitors step into the ring. At one end, a pen holds the quintet, who patiently wait for the side wall to drop, letting them spill onto a racetrack filled with obstacles. At the other end, tasty treats beckon the contestants to run as quick as possible in order to snag a few extra pieces before the rest of the competitors arrive.

The competition? A drift of Kunekune pigs, each representing a different country in the race.

There’s Piggy Smalls, the largest racer, representing the United States. His bulky build allows him to block out anyone who would attempt to overtake him.

Pepper Sanchez is the smallest and sweetest of them all, yet widely regarded as a fierce competitor in straight sprints. She’s representing Mexico.

Crossing the Pacific Ocean, we’d meet Hoshi Oinku, the cool and collected pig from Japan that is hard to stop once he gets going.

Meanwhile, Russia’s Bear Trotsky is somewhat of a dark horse: she’s more than able to set course records and win every single race—but only if she feels like it.

And finally, we come to the U.K., where our races take place and where Ginger Hamilton enjoys a home field advantage. Ginger’s closing speed means that she’s never truly out of a race.

So, who do you think will win?


The unnamed announcer for League of Pigs stokes viewer excitement to see which contestant will win each race. Additionally, in between races, we’ll get to know a little more about each pig’s personality as the channel takes time to focus on them. None of the contestants hogs the spotlight.

And as a sidenote, while we don’t know the name of the man who runs League of Pigs, we do know that the five Kunekune porkers are pets, so viewers won’t need to worry about the competitors being turned into bacon any time soon. And because the pigs are simply running to get food, viewers can be confident that the channel isn’t engaged in animal cruelty.


None. We didn’t notice any swearing in the videos we watched.


When we say that YouTube has a channel for everybody, we mean it.

From gaming to cooking, beauty to engineering, entertainment reviews to simple commentary, thousands upon thousands of YouTube channels provide content for nearly everything you can think of. And that includes pet pig racing—a category we didn’t think we’d care for until we found League of Pigs.

League of Pigs is simple fun as we watch five adorable Kunekune pigs sprint to their food, complete with enjoyable racing commentary. And no matter which pig takes home the title of champion, we’re confident that—due to the lack of content concerns—the biggest winners are the viewers.

Kennedy Unthank

Kennedy Unthank studied journalism at the University of Missouri. He knew he wanted to write for a living when he won a contest for “best fantasy story” while in the 4th grade. What he didn’t know at the time, however, was that he was the only person to submit a story. Regardless, the seed was planted. Kennedy collects and plays board games in his free time, and he loves to talk about biblical apologetics. He thinks the ending of Lost “wasn’t that bad.”