Twitter owner Elon Musk and Facebook owner Mark Zuckerberg have agreed to solve their issues in a cage fight. What causes the fight between the two tech billionaires?
Let’s read about the controversy between Musk and Zuckerberg in detail.
Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg Cage Fight Controversy Explained
In recent news, the two social media owners want a cage fight. The controversy started when Twitter owner and Tesla CEO Elon Musk, aged 52, tweeted, “I am sure Earth can’t wait to be exclusively under Zuck’s thumb with no other options.”
To which one of his followers replied, “Better be careful. I heard he does Jiu-Jitsu now.”
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According to the report, Zukerburg’s Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, is developing a social media platform called ‘Threads’ that rivals Twitter.
The news apparently irritated Twitter’s owner Musk, and he commented on Zuckerberg. When a follower warned that the Twitter owner should be careful about his words around Zuckerberg, Musk challenged the Facebook owner and responded, ” I am up for a cage match if he is lol.”
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In an Instagram story Wednesday, Zuckerberg, aged 39, accepted the challenge and replied by posting a screenshot of Musk’s tweet with the caption, “Send me location.”
Zuckerberg’s short and strange answers amazed their followers, and people anticipated who would win the fight if it occurred real. People reportedly are putting their money on Zuckerberg.
After the Facebook owner asked for the location, Musk responded with two words, “Vegas Octagon.”
Later, Musk added a Tweet, “I have this great move that I call ‘The Walrus,’ where I just lie on top of my opponent and do nothing.”
Although the Twitter owner speculated the spot for their fight, the date to attack their differences in the most respectable and appropriate public arenas is not clarified.
Musk and Zuckerberg have differences due to their competing social media companies, where Musk’s Tesla is growing at a faster rate than Zukerburg’s Meta.
Tesla is reportedly valued at $800 billion, which is $100 billion ahead of Meta. So, Tesla will presumably dominate no matter who wins the cage fight.
While it is unclear whether Musk was serious about challenging Zuckerburg to a cage fight, Zuckerberg appeared ready to go to the Vegas Octagon, the Ultimate Fighting Championship site.
The Facebook owner frequently shares pictures of his martial arts workouts on Instagram. He also won a medal in a jiu-jitsu tournament earlier this year.
When Musk was busy challenging the Facebook owner on Twitter, Zuckerberg kept posting several videos on Instagram showing him doing drills with submission wrestling jiu-jitsu champion Mikey Muscemi.
The Reels also showed him practicing different submissions, such as an armbar and Triangle choke, on Muscemi. The proposed fight between the two celebrities has gained much attention on social media, and people are excited to watch their race.
At the same time, some also predict whether they will actually fight. UFC president Dana White said, “I talked to Elon and Zuckerberg last night; both guys are absolutely dead serious about this. Because they both said, they would do it and want to do it.”
The cage fight now between Musk, and Zuckerberg looks like the most awaited thing for their followers.
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