Soak the paper in water and stuff it into the hole, and then drive it in with a bolt or other tight fitting tool. Keep cramming in more wet toilet paper until the bearing pops out.
In my experience, this method is much quicker than using bearing removal tools and is way cleaner than using grease.
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