Musk And Zuckerberg Want A Cage Fight
It would appear as though two of the most powerful billionaires in the IT sector are not content with simply competing against one another in business. Now, both Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg have made remarks indicating that they wish to settle their issues by engaging in a cage battle with one another. These statements suggest that the two would want to settle their differences through this method.
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla (TSLA) and owner of the microblogging site Twitter, recently made the statement that he would be “up for a cage fight” with Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta. Musk also owns Twitter. On Wednesday, in reaction to Musk’s tweet, Zuckerberg posted a duplicate of it to his Instagram account with the title “Send Me Location.” He also included a link to the original tweet.
Then, after that, Musk reacted to Alex Heath’s tweet about the fight with the words “Vegas Octagon,” which is a reference to the venue in Las Vegas that serves as the home of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Heath is the website’s editor, and the site, which is called Verge, covers news on various technological developments.
He then followed up with another tweet in which he gave more clarity by writing, “I have this great move that I call ‘The Walrus,’ where I just lie on top of my opponent and do nothing.”
CNN has made a number of inquiries to Meta in an effort to gain a comment from her. Verge had an interview with a representative of the firm, and during the discussion, the spokesperson offered the following statement: “The [Instagram] story speaks for itself.” It is not immediately obvious if Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Tesla CEO Elon Musk are joking or being serious about what they are saying about their respective companies.