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Crime, Homelessness, High Taxes: Why Hollywood Big Shots Like Ryan Kavanaugh Are Fleeing L.A.

Los Angeles at a Crossroads: ”A growing chorus of Hollywood executives are talking about leaving the city,“ one entertainment industry insider tells TheWrap. Ryan Kavanaugh, founder and CEO of the video-sharing app Triller, grew up in Los Angeles — Brentwood to be precise. But now he’s ready to pack his bags and move his family and his business headquarters to Florida.
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Ryan Kavanaugh files cybersquatting case against Ethan Klein over satire site

Update: According to Ethan Klein, the cybersquatting lawsuit filed by Kavanaugh earlier this week was thrown out. Ethan Klein released a new video on Wednesday, updating his fanbase on the ongoing lawsuits from Ryan Kavanaugh against him. In the video, Klein revealed that he is being sued for a fourth time by Kavanaugh, this time over the satire website, which compares Kavanaugh's face with Weinstein's face, ostensibly so people can tell the two apart.

Triller’s Ryan Kavanaugh slams UFC President Dana White at Triad Combat: “He pays his fighters what we pay our ushers”

Triller’s Ryan Kavanaugh slammed UFC President Dana White at Triad Combat, saying that “he pays his fighters what we pay our ushers.”. Kavanaugh held the Triller Triad Combat event on Saturday at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. During the event, he was interviewed and asked about his rival White, and it shouldn’t surprise you what he said about him. Kavanaugh had nothing but negative things to White, criticizing the UFC for both its fighter pay as well for its production setup.

CEO Spotlight: 5 Questions for Triller CEO Ryan Kavanaugh

Ryan Kavanaugh shook up Hollywood in the early 2000s with his Relativity Media studio, which used mathematical models to evaluate a movie’s chance of success. The studio produced a string of critical and commercial hits, including “Frost/Nixon,” “Atonement,” “Burn After Reading” and “Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby.” Today, Ryan Kavanaugh owns Triller, the video-sharing social media app, and Triller Fight Club, a new professional boxing league that combines sports and entertainment and is co-owned with Snoop Dogg.

Does Ryan Kavanaugh look like Harvey Weinstein? H3 website debunks it

Does Ryan Kavanaugh look like Harvey Weinstein? That’s the question H3’s Ethan Klein has the internet wondering and he’s even made a website to analyse it. What’s going on between Ethan Klein and Ryan Kavanaugh?. The podcast host and businessman first got involved in May 2021 after Kavanaugh’s company, Triller,...

Ryan Kavanaugh: Entrepreneur with a vision for industry disruption

Triller founder is an experienced venture capitalist with a history of success. Ryan Kavanaugh has made a name for himself by utilizing his strengths as a disruptive visionary. The son of a real estate broker (mother) and dentist/entrepreneur (father), and the grandson of Holocaust survivors, he was raised to be both ingenious and tenacious. By the age of 46, he has achieved impressive feats in venture capitalism, film/TV production, streaming video, application development, and promotional events. Throughout the years, he has adeptly navigated mistakes, obstacles, and criticism throughout his career, turning challenges into successes. Today, Triller Founder Ryan Kavanaugh is recognized for his innate ability to distinguish future trends and invest accordingly, proving to be a profitable strategy.

Dana White slammed by Triller promoter Ryan Kavanaugh for UFC’s ironclad contracts

UFC president Dana White was slammed by Triller promoter Ryan Kavanaugh for the UFC’s ironclad contracts that blocked a GSP boxing match. Triller had hoped to book the UFC legend Georges St-Pierre against the boxing legend Oscar De La Hoya in the boxing ring, but White blocked the fight from happening. Even though GSP hasn’t fought for the UFC since 2017 and has made it clear he has no plans on continuing his MMA career, White still blocked him from the boxing match with De La Hoya.
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Triller’s Ryan Kavanaugh rips UFC contracts as ‘indentured servitude’ after Georges St-Pierre denied chance to crossover to boxing

Triller co-founder Ryan Kavanaugh knows a thing or two about disrupting the status quo. Before he got involved in combat sports, the now 46-year-old promoter was previously hailed as one of the most prolific and unconventional producers in Hollywood through his company, Relativity Media. He was once quoted as saying that he didn’t care about making films that were going to win awards while adding “I’m not in this for the art … I want to make money.”

Mike Tyson ‘scared to fight’ Evander Holyfield again, Ryan Kavanaugh claims

Triller’s Ryan Kavanagh, the boss of boxing streaming service Triller, says Mike Tyson is “too scared” to face his rival Evander Holyfield in the ring again.The pair fought numerous times during their career, the most famous moment came as Tyson bit Holyfield in their world title bout. Rumours had started to swirl they were going to face off once again but no plans have come to fruition.Kavanagh believes this is because Tyson doesn’t want to get knocked out by American compatriot.He told Sky Sports: “We have been told that he is scared to fight Evander. There has been back and...

Jake Paul: The next YouTuber-turned-boxer phenomenon could be Austin McBroom or Bryce Hall, says Triller’s Ryan Kavanaugh

Austin McBroom has “skill” and Bryce Hall has “innate ability” in the search to find the new Jake Paul, says Triller’s Ryan Kavanaugh. YouTuber superstar Paul has won his first four professional boxing matches, most recently outpointing former UFC champion Tyron Woodley. Kavanaugh promoted Paul's second and third fights and...
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Jake Paul moving to Showtime, Triller’s Ryan Kavanaugh wishes him well

Boxing is known as the theater of the unexpected, yes, but I didn’t see this one coming. ESPN is reporting that Jake Paul is now set to sign a deal with Showtime, the premium cable platform which had been regarded as something of an old guard stalwart. It’s a rather surprising move away from younger, hipper upstart Triller Fight Club. Paul headlined the second Triller boxing card on April 17, going knife through butter on Ben Askren.