Musk confirmed that all proceeds will be donated to charity for veterans and tech experts analyze that the challenges of both of them are related to Threads platforms developed by Meta.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, stated on Sunday through his X formerly known as Twitter that his fight with Mark Zuckerberg will be live-streamed on his micro-blogging site, X. So now it’s officially confirmed that the fight between Elon Musk and META CEO Mark Zuckerberg will be aired soon.
In June, the two technology billionaires agreed to compete in a cage match. Musk remarked on Twitter at the time that he was “up for a cage fight” with Zuckerberg. In response, the Facebook CEO tweeted a screenshot of Musk’s tweet with the phrase “send me location.” Musk then responded to Zuckerberg’s statement by giving a location as “Vegas Octagon.”
According to the post, Elon Musk on X, the duel between Zuck and Musk will be broadcast live on X. ‘All earnings will be donated to veteran charities,’ Musk announced on X. When a user on X inquired about the need for fighting, Musk responded, ‘Men love fighting.’
From politics to artificial intelligence Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg used to have different opposing views and perceptions so each of them was teasing and opposing for a long time. When Meta announced a new app called ‘Threads’ the rivalry between Elon and Musk reached a new level. Experts suggest that the new app Thread has many similarities to Twitter.