All pedunculated colon polyps (PCPs) should ideally be resected en bloc for accurate histopathological evaluation. However, maneuvering a snare around the large head of a pedunculated polyp with a long, wide stalk can be technically challenging. In addition, clinically significant bleeding after snare polypectomy remains a legitimate concern. Small case series from Asia have supported the feasibility of endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD) for the removal of these challenging large PCPs. However, ESD is not widely performed in the West because of its technical complexity, steep learning curve, and higher risk of adverse events when compared with conventional endoscopic mucosal resection.