The IT war of the century: Zuckerberg accepts Musk’s challenge and agrees to fight him without rules

The SpaceX CEO has offered to hold a duel to Meta’s co-founder at the Las Vegas Octagon, which is owned by the UFC mixed martial arts league.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk challenged Meta co-founder Mark Zuckerberg and he accepted. SpaceX founder mocked twitter Zuckerberg’s strategy to copy the technologies of his competitors.

One subscriber of the American billionaire pointed out that the entrepreneur “should be more careful” because Mark is engaged in jiu-jitsu. As you know, Zuckerberg even participates in various tournaments. In response to the comment, the head of Tesla and SpaceX wrote that he was “ready for a duel in a cage.”

Meta’s co-founder joined the discussion. After a while, she posted a screenshot of the topic on Instagram and a “story” with the caption “send me a seat”.

Elon Musk laughed and declarationso ready to fight. He offered to do it at the Las Vegas Octagon. He owns the UFC mixed martial arts league.

Elon Musk is 51 years old. Zuckerberg is 12 years younger. Despite the age gap, the Tesla CEO has a physical advantage. He also said he had previously been involved in “real violent street fights” in South Africa, where he spent his childhood.

The Meta official confirmed to The Verge that Mark Zuckerberg is taking the information about the possible duel seriously. He did not disregard the arrangement of such a fight.

According to the publication, the 39-year-old Zuckerberg is an MMA fighter. He had previously won a jiu-jitsu tournament. He also stated that he recently completed a long and grueling Murph Challenge workout in less than 40 minutes. This challenge includes a 1-mile run, 200 push-ups, 100 push-ups, 300 squats, and 1-mile reps.

Frankly, a possible Musk-Zuckerberg fight could be one of the most popular fights of all time. Social media users are already actively discussing the possible event.

Recall that on June 12, Elon Musk publicly trolled actress Megan Fox. The previous day, the actress said she was “burned at the stake” many times.


Source: Focus

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