The blows of the famous fight between Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk. Last week, the owner of X said that he manages to keep everything do in ancient romebut apparently this worried the CEO of Meta, who stated this Sunday, August 13 in Threads that he hopes his opponent will stop joking and talk seriously, otherwise he will cancel the fight.
Zuckerberg took to Threads to question Musk’s commitment to mixed martial arts (MMA):
“I think we can all agree that Elon is not serious and it’s time to move on,” Zuckerberg wrote. “I proposed a real date. [Presidente de Ultimate Fighting Championship] Dana White suggested making it a legitimate charity contest. Elon does not confirm the date, then says that he needs an operation, and now he asks for a workout in my backyard.
“If Elon is ever serious about a real date and an official event, he knows how to contact me. Otherwise, it’s time to move on. I’m going to focus on competing with people who are serious about the sport.”
Elon Musk’s answer
“Would you like to have a practice fight at your house next week?” Musk’s text read.
“If you still want to do a real MMA fight then you should train on your own and let me know when you are ready to fight,” Zuckerberg replied. “I don’t want to keep spinning something that’s never going to happen, so you either have to decide you’re going to do it and do it soon, or we have to move on.”
“I’ll be in Palo Alto on Monday,” Musk replied, defiantly sharing his coordinates. “Let’s fight in your octagon. I didn’t practice much other than a short fight with [científico informático y cinturón negro de jiu jitsu brasileño] Lex Friedman today. While I think it’s extremely unlikely, given our size difference, it’s possible you’ll become the modern-day Bruce Lee and somehow win.”
Source: Digital Trends
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