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Watch: Competing radio hosts get into embarrassing screaming match at MOA

Radio shows nearly traded punches at Mall of America on Tuesday.
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Houston, we have an embarrassment. 

If you haven't seen the video of two Houston radio personalities screaming at each other at Mall of America on Wednesday, then you're going to love the next two minutes of your life. 

The guy with the headset on is Seth Payne. He played in the NFL for a decade and is now a sports talk show host for Sports Radio 610 in Houston, Texas. 

The guy with the cell phone is Josh Innes, who works for a competing station in Houston. 

Here's another view of the disaster as it unfolded. 

Nobody cares why they were fighting, but the fact that they got credentials to broadcast live from the Super Bowl's "Radio Row" at Mall of America is astonishing considering their behavior. 

Update: Innes was informed that he would get kicked off Radio Row if there was one more incident. 

Update 2: Innes has been removed from Radio Row. 

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