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Mark Zuckerberg says he’s’ready today’ but ‘not holding my breath’ for a cage match with Elon Musk.


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Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta, says he is “ready today” but “not holding his breath” to face Tesla CEO and Twitter owner Elon Musk in a hypothetical cage fight.

Mr Zuckerberg proposed a date for the fight with Tesla’s Elon Musk in a post on Meta’s newly established social media site Threads on Sunday.

“I’m prepared today.” When he first challenged, I suggested August 26, but he hasn’t confirmed. “I’m not holding my breath,” the Meta CEO remarked in response to Mr Musk’s tweet, which has since been rebranded as X.

Earlier on Sunday, Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, stated that he was “lifting weights throughout the day” in preparation for the fight.

Mr Musk stated that the fight will be “live-streamed on X,” with the proceeds benefiting a veterans’ charity. “The fight between Zuck and Musk will be live-streamed on X….”All proceeds will be donated to veteran charities,” Mr Musk tweeted on Sunday.

The Meta CEO joked that “a more reliable platform” “that can actually raise money for charity” could be used, implying that Facebook and Instagram have built-in fundraising features.

In response to a message about Twitter rival Threads, Mr Musk joked about the world becoming “exclusively under Zuck’s thumb with no other options,” to which a Twitter user sarcastically reminded the Tesla CEO of his competitor’s jiu jitsu training.

“I’m up for a cage match if he is lol,” Mr Musk said in response to the user.

In response to another user’s question regarding the purpose of his dispute with his adversary, Elon Musk stated, “It’s a civilised form of war.”In the days that followed, there were multiple back-and-forths on social media between the two tech rivals, which resulted in them agreeing to compete in a cage match.

In the run-up to the possible clash, Mr Zuckerberg revealed that he had built an octagon in the lawn outside his house, which appears to have irritated his wife, Priscilla Chan.

“I have been working on that grass for two years,” Ms Chan said, according to a screenshot of their discussion posted by the Meta chief.


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