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As others have mentioned, bearings are tough to get out. I've had good luck using a drift punch and hammer. You simply hammer it out from the back.

Bearing removal can be tricky and it's possible to damage the wheel. Next time I remove a bearing, if it doesn't come out in the first five minutes, i'm just taking it to a mechanic.
 
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