Friday, September 29, 2023
Friday, September 29, 2023
Friday, September 29, 2023

Zuckerberg Accepts Musk’s Fight Challenge




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A potential clash of the tech titans is in the works as Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta, responds to Elon Musk’s challenge with a resounding affirmation to fight, Your Content has learned.

The heated exchange comes after reports of Meta’s plans to introduce a new platform, which Musk took as an opportunity to suggest a physical showdown, to which Zuckerberg responded, “I’m up for a cage match if he is lol.”

Contrary to expectations, it appears that Zuckerberg’s reply was not a jest, and he is genuinely committed to engaging in the fight.

Sources indicate that Musk, 51, already has a preferred location in mind, expressing his desire for the bout to take place in the “Vegas Octagon” via a late-night tweet.

Furthermore, Musk playfully disclosed his unconventional fighting strategy known as “The Walrus,” which involves passively lying on top of his adversary.

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However, Zuckerberg, 39, should not be underestimated, as he has been refining his skills during the pandemic, even participating in a jiu-jitsu tournament where he achieved notable success, earning a gold and silver medal.

Adding fuel to the fire, controversial figure Andrew Tate, a former kickboxer and media personality, has expressed his support for Musk, citing a personal grudge due to being blocked on all Meta platforms.

With tensions escalating, speculation arises about the involvement of Dana White, the renowned figure in combat sports promotion.

Stay tuned as the clash of these formidable billionaires looms on the horizon, with the challenge accepted and only the location left to be revealed, according to TMZ.

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