Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg responds to Elon Musk’s ‘d**k measuring’ challenge by training with UFC champions Israel Adesanya and Alexander Volkanovski 

Israel Adesanya and Alexander Volkanovski started to train with Mark Zuckerberg to improve his striking skills ahead of Elon Musk's super fight.


Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg responds to Elon Musk’s ‘d**k measuring’ challenge by training with UFC champions Israel Adesanya and Alexander Volkanovski 

Mark Zuckerberg trainign with Alexander Volkanovski and Israel Adesanya for the potential Elon Musk bout (Image Courtesy - Twitter/CNBC)

The rivalry between Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg has trended high on Twitter. Musk continued to take shots at Zuckerberg on Twitter in the past few days. He called the Meta CEO a cu*k and proposed a di*k measuring contest between the duo. On the other hand, Zuckerberg decided to train with champions Israel Adesanya and Alexander Volkanovski for a potential super fight.

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Israel Adesanya went on Twitter to update his fans about training with the Meta CEO. He wrote, “No fugazi with Mark. This is Serious Business.” Musk recently trained with George St-Pierre and mastermind John Danaher to get in shape for the super fight. Hence, Zuckerberg needed his own team of elite fighters to help him prepare for the potential fight. More and more UFC fighters have gotten involved in the Musk vs. Zuckerberg fight and started to provide services in their own ways.

Adesanya and Volkanovski could provide the best assistance to Zuckerberg in terms of striking. Recently, Adesanya helped Logan Paul with his kickboxing skills in Puerto Rico. Volkanovski can close the distance quickly, which could be useful for the Meta CEO. Hence, training with Israel Adesanya and Alexander Volkanovski makes sense for Zuckerberg as the City Kickboxing Gym has produced good strikers in MMA. Elon’s di*k measuring comment may have enraged Zuckerberg to pursue training sessions with Volk and Adesanya.

Volkanovski defeated Yair Rodriguez at UFC 290 to unify the featherweight title. He dominated Yair from the first minute till getting the stoppage in the third round. On the other hand, Adesanya will look to defend his title against Dricus Du Plessis in Australia later this year. The duo has a heated rivalry, and the fight fans are excited about what could happen next.

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Elon Musk endorses Tucker Carlson’s interview with Andrew Tate

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Elon Musk (Image Courtesy – The Economic Times)

Billionaire Elon Musk could fight Mark Zuckerberg sometime this year or the next, depending on how it plays out. In the meantime, Musk went on Twitter to react to the latest Andrew Tate’s interview with Tucker Carlson. Carlson got fired from Fox News this year and decided to host his own show on Twitter.

Elon wrote, “Interesting interview with @Cobratate.” Andrew Tate reached out to Musk for training ahead of the Zuckerberg fight. Though Elon did not reply to that tweet, he seemed pleased to promote Carlson’s interview with Tate on Twitter.

Andrew Tate still remains on house arrest despite getting charged. Tate continues to stream on his channel on the Rumble platform. Meanwhile, Tucker has started using the Twitter platform to continue his journalism work.

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