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KSI vs Logan Paul 2: Weigh-in descends into chaos as trainers Shannon Briggs and Viddal Riley clash ahead of YouTube fight

KSI vs Logan Paul 2: Weigh-in descends into chaos as trainers Shannon Briggs and Viddal Riley clash ahead of YouTube fight

Sports
The build-up to the KSI vs Logan Paul rematch got even uglier on Friday as the weigh-in descended into a scrap between the two teams. Former heavyweight world champion Shannon Briggs, working as Paul’s trainer, clashed with three members of KSI’s corner in an ugly brawl. Getty Images - Getty Things got ugly at the weigh in KSI’s English trainer Viddal Riley, his manager Amer Abdullah and two-weight world champion Badou Jack were all involved in the melee, with Abdullah getting shoved in the throat as both camps tried to leave the stage. It’s no secret that a great deal of bad blood exists between the two feuding YouTubers as they prepare for their rematch at the LA Staples Center on Saturday night. KSI, real name Olajide Olayinka Williams, weighed in
Look: Monsta X releases ‘Find You’ video ahead of new EP

Look: Monsta X releases ‘Find You’ video ahead of new EP

Entertainment
Oct. 22 (UPI) -- South Korean boy band Monsta X is back with a new music video. The K-pop group released an emotional video Tuesday for the song "Find You." The "Find You" video opens at the scene of a car crash. Flashbacks show Hyungwon enjoying karaoke with the other members of Monsta X before getting into a car with his parents. In the present, an injured Hyungwon is rushed to the hospital, and wakes up to learn his parents died. The members of Monsta X attempt to cheer Hyungwon up, but the singer is later seen sinking in water. "Find You" appears on Monsta X's EP Follow: Find You, which debuts Oct. 28. The EP is the group's first Korean release since the album Take.2 We Are Here, released in February. Monsta X released a music video for the song "Someone's Someone," which does not ap...
Stocks will likely hit new records in the week ahead if earnings keep topping expectations

Stocks will likely hit new records in the week ahead if earnings keep topping expectations

Finance
Stocks will try in the week ahead to break the all-time highs set earlier in the year as a slew of S&P 500 companies get set to report.The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average are both around 1% below their all-time highs while the Nasdaq Composite is about 2% away from its record. The indexes got a lift this after a big chunk of this week's reporters posted better-than-expected results. They were also boosted by improving sentiment around Brexit and U.S.-China trade negotiations.The all-time highs could be tested as about 120 S&P 500 companies, or around 24%, are scheduled to release their quarterly results in the week ahead. Some of those companies include Caterpillar and Boeing, both of which are expected to report Wednesday before the bell. Amazon, Intel, McDonald's and...
Dow and S&P 500 will try to snap a 3-week slide as US-China trade talks kick off in the week ahead

Dow and S&P 500 will try to snap a 3-week slide as US-China trade talks kick off in the week ahead

Finance
Stocks will try to regain their mojo as China and the U.S. hold long-awaited trade negotiations in Washington.The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 0.9% this week while the S&P 500 slid about 0.3%. Overall, the two averages posted their first three-week losing streak since August.Wall Street's poor performance for the week comes after a disappointing U.S. manufacturing data report sparked fears of a recession. The report itself pointed to trade as a key source of weakness for the manufacturing sector, making this week's trade talks the key focus for traders."Trade talks are crucial, not just for the U.S., but globally," said Quincy Krosby, chief market strategist at Prudential Financial. "The conclusion from central bankers, CEOs and CFOs is we're slowing down.""They are waiting for...
Google ‘tracking iPhone users’ case goes ahead

Google ‘tracking iPhone users’ case goes ahead

Technology
Legal action brought against Google for allegedly tracking the personal data of four million iPhone users can go ahead in the UK, three judges have ruled.The case had previously been blocked by the High Court.It was brought by Richard Lloyd, former director of the consumer rights group Which?Google said in response: "The case relates to events that took place nearly a decade ago and that we addressed at the time.""We believe it has no merit and should be dismissed," it added. Class actionBetween 2011 and 2012, Google cookies - small computer text files - collected data on health, race, ethnicity, sexuality and finance, through Apple's Safari web browser, even when users had chosen a "Do not track" privacy setting, Mr Lloyd alleges.It is the first time a s...