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Tommy Fury Serves Jake Paul His First Loss
Jake Paul’s unlikely undefeated streak of has come to an end. Tommy Fury beat the YouTuber in a split decision in front of a star-studded crowd in Saudi Arabia, which included Kevin Hart, Cristiano Ronaldo, and many more. Paul chalked the loss up to illness during training, saying “he fell flat.” Following his win, Fury let it be known he is ready for a rematch.
Future Files Trademarks for Cannabis Venture
Future has green on the mind. The “Mask Off” rapper filed trademarks signaling the potential launch of a medical marijuana brand EVOL BY FUTURE. Trademark attorney Clarissa Harvey uncovered the filings which include educational materials, smoking paraphernalia, and more.
'Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania' Tops the Box Office
Paul Rudd and friends flew to the top of the box office this weekend for the second week in a row. However, the film’s $32 million in ticket sales set a dubious record as it dropped nearly 70% from its opening weekend. Cocaine Bear came in second with a $23 million showing.
Warner Bros. Discovery Plots Path Forward without RSNs
Warner Bros. Discovery has a message for all the markets it partners with as a regional sports network. In a letter sent by the media company, it expressed, “We find ourselves running out of time and options.” The letter also indicated that if the sides can’t come to an agreement, they may have to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
“Everything Everywhere All at Once” Wins Big at SAG Awards
Award season is in full swing. On Sunday night, the stars capped a big weekend at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Everything Everywhere All at Once was the star of the show, scooping several trophies, including individual awards for Michelle Yeoh, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Ke Huy Quan, in addition to the award for best ensemble.
Pickleball Participation Leaped 159% Since 2020
A new report from the Sports & Fitness Industry shows that outdoor sports, including surfing, skateboarding, and golf, have surged over the last four years. Pickleball, the hottest sport in the country, was only a whisper before the start of the pandemic, but outpaced all others with a 159% jump in participation.