(AmericanProsperity.com) – Meta chief Mark Zuckerberg said on August 13 that Twitter CEO Elon Musk “isn’t serious” about having the highly-anticipated cage fight with him. On his Threads account, Zuckerberg posted that he offered the South African billionaire a “real date” to fight, but Musk only responded with excuses, including an alleged surgery he was going to go through. Zuckerberg then said it was “time to move on.”
Following this post, Musk wrote on his Twitter account that he was willing to fight Zuckerberg as soon as possible. However, he didn’t reply to numerous Twitter users who commented on the post and asked him to publicly propose a date for the fight between the two tech billionaires.
Before this post, the Meta boss said he proposed Musk the cage fight to be on August 26. Following that claim, Italy’s culture minister revealed he had spoken to the Twitter CEO about hosting their fight in the European nation as a charity event. Musk seemed enthusiastic with the idea, as he wrote on his Twitter account that the fight would now be more interesting as it would have an “ancient Rome theme.”
In his August 13 post on Threads, Zuckerberg said Musk asked him to do a “practice round” in his backyard. He also claimed that he remains open to the cage fight if the Twitter boss ever gets serious about the event and provides a “Real date.” He closed the post by saying he’s going to focus on fighting with those who take “sport seriously.”
Back in June, the two tech billionaires sparked media attention as they agreed to have the cage match. However, different reports pointed out this started to get complicated with the launch of Threads back in July, with the new social media platform attracting over 100 million sign-ups in just a couple of days.
While some analysts said Threads was going to beat Twitter on this matter, Elon Musk’s social media company remains ahead with nearly 350 million users.
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