Bear number 747, he doesn't have a name, has been crowned heavyweight champion of the 2020 Fat Bear Week champion.
The annual tournament celebrates the substantially sized bears at Brooks River in Katmai National Park, southern Alaska.
This year's mighty winner won with more than 47,000 votes.
The public weigh in on the decision each year, with the popular vote deciding which bear truly is the fattest.
Described as "fat and fabulous," 747 beat tough competition with number 32, known as Chunk, claiming second place.
Organisers of the tournament say its competitors "exemplify the richness of Katmai National Park and Bristol Bay, Alaska," describing it as "a wild region that is home to more brown bears than people and the largest, healthiest runs of sockeye salmon left on the planet."
The bears are at their biggest at this time of year in preparation for their months-long hibernation during the winter.
They lose around a third of their body weight in this time, so bulking up in advance is essential.
The Fat Bear Week helps raise funds for conservation, research, and protection of the park's hefty inhabitants.