Twitter Vs Meta: Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg to face off in ‘cage match’
Tesla billionaire boss Elon Musk and Meta owner Mark Zuckerberg appeared to provoke each other into agreeing to a fight in the latest twist in a long-running feud.
The two billionaires are setting their platforms abuzz at the notion of a “cage match” between each other.
Mr Musk, who frequently posts jokes and provocations, responded this week to tweets by a potential competing service by Meta, run by Mr Zuckerberg, by saying, “I’m up for a cage match if he is.”
That was on June 21.
In a swift reaction on Instagram, Mr Zuckerberg responded with a screenshot of Mr Musk’s tweet captioned, “Send Me Location.”
Although, a spokeswoman for Meta said Mr Zuckerberg’s response “speaks for itself.”
Last summer, Mr Zuckerberg said he had taken up “Brazilian jiu-jitsu.”
He has since posted several times about his training, including images with professional fighters like Dave Camarillo and Mikey Musumeci.
In May, Mr Zuckerberg competed in his first Brazilian jujitsu event in Woodside, California, where he defeated an Uber engineer and won two medals.
Mr Musk proposed that the fight be held at an arena in Las Vegas.
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