Lei Lei, named after the famous Lay's potato chips, was a large baby when born, but not extraordinarily large, claims his mother. However, ever since his birth, he's been eating anything and everything and he has been growing twice as fast as other babies his age.
At 10 months, he is now weighing in at 44 pounds and at the rate he's going, doctors expect him to weigh over 250 pounds by the age of three. His mother claims his amazing growth is a miracle. The family has been running out of food regularly due to Lei Lei's appetite and they were worried they would not be able to keep Lei Lei in food for much longer.
However, due to the reports of his predicted growth, the Chinese Sumo Wrestlers Club, of which there are very few members, have contacted Lei Lei's family and offered to feed the child until he reaches the weight of a professional Sumo wrestler in order to try and take the world title away from the Japanese team.
Not only will Lei Lei be honored to be the youngest Sumo wrestler known in the world, but he will have the stamina to fight for years longer than other Sumo wrestlers who usually do not reach a desired weight in life until after the age of 20 or so.
Lei Lei's mother has accepted the name the Chinese Sumo Wrestlers Club has given Lei Lei, which is Bebe Peking, which loosely translates to Baby Huey.