Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg are among the richest people on the planet. The business magnates have been long engaged in public bickering. Their rivalry is the most intriguing thing on the social media platforms. Musk and Zuckerberg are the leading people in the tech industry. They have been fighting for years over the technology.

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However, things have taken a turn these past few years, when their verbal feud has transformed into a cage fight. Everyone has been on edge ever since the debut of Thread on July 5, 2023, because of the conflict between these two digital giants. Although the entire verbal fight seems escalating into a physical confrontation, new reports draw a different picture. It looks like Elon Musk is backing out from the famous cage fight.

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Elon Musk suggests an alternative for his cage fight with Mark Zuckerberg

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The battle of the billionaires has been an intriguing topic ever since Elon Musk challenged Mark Zuckerberg in a cage fight. The Meta CEO accepted the challenge, and the world was looking forward to the biggest showdown. Things were escalating between Musk and Zuckerberg as renowned MMA fighters showed up to support their favorite competitors. However, new reports suggest that the Tesla CEO is backing down from the cage fight.

Musk has already developed several justifications to avoid a confrontation with his adversary, such as saying he requires surgery. He has proposed a pitiful suggestion saying instead of a hand-to-hand fight he wants to have a “noble” debate with Zuckerberg.

The 52-year-old agreed when Chris Anderson, Head of TED, informed him via X that he and the Facebook founder are too significant and crucial for civilization. Anderson said,

“Here’s a better idea: a cage match DEBATE. ‘How to Build an Amazing Future’ No holds barred. Except actual holds.”

The CEO of SpaceX agreed with the suggestion and wrote,

“That sounds like a good idea, too. This is really fighting as (I believe) a noble sport. We also hope, with humility, to express our admiration for those who have fought before for noble causes.”

Anderson even suggested the moderators of the events. The 66-year-old said he can moderate it along with comedian Joe Rogan, journalists Megyn Kelly, Kara Swisher, investor Tim Ferriss, and AI expert Lex Fridman.

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The history of Elon Musk Vs. Mark Zuckerberg Feud

Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg
Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg

Since at least 2016, when a SpaceX rocket explosion destroyed a Facebook satellite, the billionaires have been engaged in a verbal spat. They haven’t missed a chance to argue and attack one another since then.

Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg have been at odds for several years, arguing about everything from rockets to artificial intelligence. The two powerful tech billionaires’ arch-rivalry has intensified recently, with challenges for a cage fight and a real-life d*ck-measuring competition. Even the launch of Threads intensified things between the two.

Earlier this week, the 52-year-old stated that the fight would be televised on X, with the proceeds going to support veterans. The 39-year-old agreed and asked Musk to punch in a date for the feud.

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Source: Twitter 

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