The date for the Cage Fight between Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg has arrived?
Elon Musk has once again invited Mark Zuckerberg for Cage Fight, which Zuckerberg has accepted through a Threads post. Mark Zuckerberg has advised to keep the date of this match on 26 August in his post. Twitter (X) owner Elon Musk and Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg have been waging a war of words on social media for a long time. From time to time, both of them keep pulling each other’s leg through the post.
In June, Elon Musk challenged Mark Zuckerberg to play Cage Match, which Zuckerberg accepted through an Instagram post and asked to send the location for this fight. The fight between Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk started with an Instastory of Mark Zuckerberg through the post, in which Zuckerberg told that he is learning this maneuver from the legend player of jiu-jitsu Mikey Musumeci.
When X owner Elon Musk came to know about this, he jokingly challenged Zuckerberg to play a ‘cage match’. On Elon Musk’s tweet, a user warned that he should stay away from Mark Zuckerberg as he is learning Jiu-Jitsu these days, to which Musk said that he is ready for a ‘cage match’. In response, Mark Zuckerberg shared a screenshot of Elon Musk’s tweet and asked to send the location in his Insta story.
Here you will be able to watch Cage Fight live
You will be able to livestream this Cage Fight between Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk on X (Twitter). Elon Musk mentioned in his post that the Zuck v Mask file will be livestreamed on X. All the proceeds from this will be donated to veterans. On this, Mark Zuckerberg has said in his threads post that he loves this game very much and will continue to compete with people and it doesn’t matter what the outcome will be.
Twitter (X) Vs Threads Ki Jung
The real reason for this Cage Fight was Meta’s P92 project, which was later launched by the company under the name of Threads. This microblogging platform has been created by the development team of Instagram as a rival platform to Twitter (now X). After the launch of this app, Elon Musk also called Copycat while taunting Mark Zuckerberg.