Mark Zuckerberg confirms there will be no fight with Musk: He is not serious

"It's time to move on. I offered him a deal. UFC boss Dana White offered to make our fight a legitimate charity contest."

by Sead Dedovic
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Mark Zuckerberg confirms there will be no fight with Musk: He is not serious

In a statement released by the CEO of Meta, Mark Zuckerberg, the announcement was made that nothing would come out of the cage fight between Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg that was supposed to take place in Italy. According to Zuckerberg, Musk's claims are frivolous and pointless.

The two leaders agreed to have a 'fight' in June when Musk tweeted that he was ready for a cage fight and that they were looking forward to it. Afterward, Facebook founder Zuckerberg posted a screenshot of Musk's post with a reply: "Send me the location." However, Zuckerberg said yesterday that Musk isn't serious about what he wrote, which he posted on his new social network Threads.

It was scheduled for the 28th of August for the fight to take place. "If Elon ever gets serious about a real fight, he knows how to get to me"- he said. "It's time to move on. I offered him a deal. UFC boss Dana White offered to make our fight a legitimate charity contest.

If Elon ever gets serious about a real fight, he knows how to get to me. However, Elon is not willing to confirm the date. He claims he has to undergo surgery, and now he wants to train in my yard instead of fighting. I want to focus on fighting people who take sports seriously," Zuckerberg continued.

Italy fight

The fight is expected to take place in Italy as Musk announced last week According to Musk's tweet last week, he had spoken with Italian Prime Minister Giorgio Meloni and Italian Culture Minister Gennaro Sangiuliano about the location of his humanitarian battle with Zuckerberg, which still needs to be determined.

The location is considered to be a historic one, according to him. According to the Italian minister, the location of the event is going to be historic, however, it will not be held in Rome. "We are currently thinking about how we can arrange such a great humanitarian and historical event that takes into account the protection of the site at the same time," Sangiuliano said

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