Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg Publishes A Shirtless Photo Of His Sculpted Body In Preparation For A Cage Battle With Elon Musk

Even despite standing next to seasoned MMA fighters, Mark Zuckerberg is obviously shredded in the shot.

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Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg is hard at work practicing with world-class MMA fighters. We’re not sure if it’s all about the planned ‘cage battle’ with Elon Musk, or if it’s just Zuck’s way of mocking the fellow billionaire who hasn’t been shy about making under-the-belt jokes. Zuckerberg shared a photo of himself with Israel Adesanya (left) and Alex Volkanovski (right) after a training session.

Even despite standing next to seasoned MMA fighters, Mark is obviously torn in the shot. Zuckerberg captioned the photo, ‘It’s an honor to work out with you guys!’

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‘No Fugazi with Mark,’ Israel Adesanya captioned the same photo. This is a severe matter.’

The photo of Adesanya and Volkanovski comes just days after Elon Musk agreed to train with UFC veteran George St-Pierre, who later tweeted that he “had a great training session” with Musk on July 3.

The Real Cage Fight Between Musk and Zuck

The power struggle began last week when Mark Zuckerberg unveiled the Instagram Threads app for both Android and iOS. The introduction was followed by a new contentious Tweet restriction implemented the previous weekend, which resulted in a mass departure of Twitter users. Threads took advantage of the moment to create its own ‘Twitter-killer’. Within 5-6 days, the app saw unprecedented growth, surpassing the disruptive ChatGPT with 100 million sign-ups.

Musk has, as predicted, slammed the new Threads app, alleging that users can’t even be themselves. Twitter’s lawyer, Alex Spiro, addressed a letter to Threads’ Mark Zuckerberg stating that they had acquired former Twitter workers for the development of the Threads app. He also alleged that Twitter’s ‘trade secrets’ were exploited to create the Threads app in a matter of months. 

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