No fists, only words: Elon Musk’s mother Maye Musk has some advice for him ahead of his cage fight with META chief Mark Zuckerberg. In another informal tweet, Musk said he was open to working out his differences with Zuckerberg inside the ring. Musk very confidently stated that he is ready for a cage match if Zuckerberg agrees. Notably, Zuckerberg recently won a jiu jitsu championship, so Musk must know what he’s signing up for. And we’re not the only ones who fear for Musk’s life, even his mother has a suggestion for him. Maye Musk has asked him to use only words.
Maye Musk wrote on Twitter, “No joke.” “Fight only with words. In chairs. 4 feet apart. Funniest person wins.” Maye Musk shared the statement in direct response to her son’s post, in which the billionaire suggested a face-off between himself and Zuckerberg in a circle. The “Vegas Octagon” in Las Vegas is also known as the UFC Apex Arena.
Musk’s idea to get into a cage fight with Mark started with a joke on Twitter. The light-hearted conversation between Musk and Zuckerberg began when Elon responded to the announcement of Meta’s plans to launch a Twitter competitor called Threads. Earlier there were reports that Meta is preparing to introduce threads as a direct challenge to Twitter. It was further learned that during an internal meeting where a preview of the upcoming app was presented, a high-ranking Meta executive mentioned that he had received feedback from creators and public figures expressing their interest in such a platform. Which is well managed, reliable. and reliable for content delivery.
In response to the news about Threads, Musk (previously known for his less-than-cordial attitude towards competitors) said on Twitter, “I can imagine the Earth being dominated by Jack, with no alternatives.” The reason I’m presenting this is out of curiosity. At least it promises to be ‘sensible.’ I got worried for a moment there.
Responding to Musk’s playful challenge for a “cage match” on Twitter, Mark Zuckerberg asked Musk on his Instagram Story to share his location.
“Send me your location,” Zuckerberg wrote alongside a screenshot of Musk’s tweet. Interestingly, Musk hadn’t seen Zuckerberg’s Instagram story, so when a Twitter user shared it on the platform, Musk said that if it was true, he would. I am ready for this. In another tweet, Musk mentioned the Vegas Octagon, a famous venue for UFC fights, as he responded to Zuckerberg’s request for its location. In addition, Musk jokingly mentioned a trick on Twitter that he calls “The Walrus”, where he joked, “I have this cool trick called ‘The Walrus’ where I just follow my opponent.” follow.” Come back, come back.” Come back, come back.” Come back, come back.” I go.” I just lie on top of it and do nothing.”