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Floyd Mayweather’s entourage reportedly gave Jake Paul a black eye after the YouTube star tried to steal the boxer’s hat

Jake Paul and Logan Paul ahead of the brawl.
  • Floyd Mayweather’s entourage reportedly gave Jake Paul a black eye at a press event Thursday.

  • It all kicked off because the YouTube star tried to steal the boxing legend’s hat.

  • Mayweather is promoting a June 6 exhibition involving Jake’s brother Logan.

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Jake Paul and Floyd Mayweather‘s entourage brawled at a press conference on Thursday ahead of the former pro boxer’s June 6 exhibition involving the YouTube star’s brother, Logan Paul.

Video shows Jake Paul taking Mayweather’s hat and shouting “Got your hat!” during the confrontation before running away. Mayweather’s team can then be seen swarming after Paul.

Paul was later seen holding his face near his eye while fleeing the area.

Paul, who is unbeaten after three novice bouts, added post-brawl footage to his Instagram Story and appeared to have a black eye.

He also tweeted: “Honestly, have had three easy fights

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Keith Olbermann leaves ESPN for YouTube politics show

“As good as the hands-on reporting is, as good as they are at ferreting out and describing what’s wrong, I see the cable and broadcast networks still hesitant to say, ‘That’s a lie’ or, ‘This is disloyal to the Constitution’ or, ‘This is an attempt to establish the preface to a dictatorship — or at least authoritarianism,’ ” he said.

He continued: “I think it’s fair to say that conservatives in politics and media know a little bit better what to bring to a knife fight. Liberals — and I’m hearing it from Joe Biden — say, ‘Well, there are Republicans we can work with,’ and I’m like, ‘I can’t hear you; I’m getting the flamethrower ready.’ I’m going to bring the flamethrower.”

Olbermann currently serves as a reporter and “SportsCenter” host and calls some Major League Baseball games, too. He is the second ESPN talking head to leave the

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‘The Dan Patrick Show’ to Move From YouTube to Peacock

Dan Patrick is following fellow sports journalist Rich Eisen to Peacock.

The two former “SportsCenter” hosts will be reunited — in that they’ll air their shows on the same platform — when “The Dan Patrick Show” moves from YouTube to Peacock beginning on Aug. 24. “The Dan Patrick Show” is currently airing on YouTube (as well as SiriusXM channel 211, where it will continue), and before that had aired on NBCSN.

The show will officially move off YouTube after Aug. 28. Eisen’s self-titled show will move to Peacock beginning in October.

Also Read: ‘The Rich Eisen Show’ Heads to Peacock After Brief Stint on NBC Sports Network

“I’m thrilled to be coming back home to Peacock and the NBC family to continue the show with the Danettes and the rest of my talented team,” Dan Patrick said. “A huge factor in partnering with Peacock is that our loyal fans can

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