Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg have agreed to participate in a Las Vegas cage battle.
In a transfer that left this bleary-eyed author confusedly checking whether or not April 1 had by some means come round once more, Musk and Zuckerberg, the bosses of Twitter and Fb respectively, have agreed to battle one another in a cage.
Let’s try to piece this ridiculous (however weirdly fascinating) story collectively. Following some mild needling of Zuckerberg on Musk’s half, and a poster responding that Zuckerberg knew jiu jitsu, the Tesla CEO yesterday issued a – seemingly jokey – tweet indicating that he was “up for a cage battle” with Zuckerberg.
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In response, the Meta founder posted a screenshot of the tweet on his Instagram account with the caption “Ship Me Location”.
Again within the land of Twitter, Musk issued his personal pithy response, indicating that the Las Vegas Octagon can be his most popular venue.
Seemingly twigging that he had agreed to a cage battle with a person 12 years his junior and well-trained in a foundational part of blended martial arts (MMA), Musk then tried to giggle it off some extra:
All of this unhealthy blood/innocent joshing (delete in response to degree of emotional funding in lives of billionaire man-babies) appears to have stemmed from the latest information that Meta was growing its personal Twitter different.
At a latest firm assembly, Meta chief product officer Chris Cox reportedly claimed that there was an urge for food for a model of Twitter that was “sanely run”. Musk took the bait, and now now we have the prospect – whether or not actual or imagined – of two nerdy middle-aged imply rolling round on the bottom.