Unhappy information for followers of billionaires beating the paste out of each other. It appears just like the Mark Zuckerberg vs Elon Musk cage match isn’t taking place, based on exclusive audio heard by Reuters. In an audio recording solely offered to the publication, the surprisingly buff Zuckerberg advised Meta workers at an organization city corridor that he’s “unsure if it’s going to come back collectively.”
Zuckerberg’s feedback on the match occurred throughout a company-wide dialogue concerning Meta’s recently-launched Twitter rival, Threads, which has been stuttering a bit within the weeks since blasting onto the scene.
Zuck didn’t really say the match is off, simply that it stays unlikely. So hold that cup half full, battle followers. Musk, who loves the letter “X” more than most people love clear air, hasn’t issued a response, however given Zuckerberg’s latest penchant for jiu jitsu, he might be relieved.
The cage battle was alleged to be a glitzy Las Vegas affair, with the pair of billionaires dancing across the matters of date and venue for the previous month or so. Zuckerberg has appeared fairly critical concerning the battle from the get-go, and Musk finally relented, tweeting (x-ing?) that he was “up for a cage match” if the Meta CEO was. Musk additionally mentioned he has this “nice transfer” referred to as “the walrus” the place he lays on prime of opponents and does nothing.
Zuck definitely appeared able to tackle the problem, based on coach and MMA legend Alex Volkanovski. And although he usually handled the entire thing as a joke, Musk did kind of put together for the battle by accepting a coaching provide from UFC champ Georges St-Pierre and sparring with podcaster Lex Fridman. After all, that is when he is taking a break from retweeting (re-xing?) hateful anti-trans content and altering the positioning’s guidelines to allow for misgendering. Dana White, president of the UFC, has additionally advised reporters that the group was prepared to help with the occasion.