Mark Zuckerberg sends a message to Elon Musk and proposes a date for the fight: “I’m ready”

Both Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk have undergone rigorous training for martial arts combat.

mark zuckerberg and Elon Musk They are ready to carry out a fight open to the public. Days ago, the CEO of X (formerly Twitter) assured that the fight will be monetized and the proceeds will go to a charity for veterans.

Both magnates have undergone rigorous training with athletes, although it is worth mentioning that the founder of Meta has experience in martial arts and Jiu Jitsuas it has been demonstrated on social networks.

With no confirmed date, the two technology giants say they are ready to step into the ring and offer the best event that has been hosted by the leaders of the platforms with the most users worldwide.

What did Mark Zuckerberg say about the fight with Elon Musk?

Through Threadsan app that was launched as direct competition to Twitter, Zuckerberg responded to Elon Musk.

“I’m ready. I suggested August 26 when he challenged me (Elon Musk) for the first time, but he hasn’t confirmed it. Without holding my breath,” he wrote in a thread.

The businessman also added that he is a fan of martial arts. “I love this sport and I will continue to compete with people I train, no matter what happens here.”

Regarding the proposal of the Tesla leader, who said that the fight will be broadcast live by X, Zuckerberg said:

“Shouldn’t we use a more reliable platform that can actually raise money for charity?” Was the question he launched at Musk waiting for him to agree to take the fight on the mentioned date.

Where will the fight between Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk take place?

It was in June 2023 when the businessmen challenged each other to enter the cage. At that time they indicated that it could take place in an exclusive venue in Las Vegas, although they have not confirmed the information.

While, mark zuckerberg has shared photos of his training with boxer and UFC champion Israel Adesanya.

While Elon Musk practices with Lex Fridman, an MIT researcher and black belt in jiu jitsu.