Elon Musk Says Cage Fight With Mark Zuckerberg Will Be Livestreamed On Twitter, Proceeds Will Be Donated To Veterans

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We might actually get Musk vs. Zuckerberg.

At 3:35 a.m. ET (because of course it was 3:35 a.m. ET) Sunday, Twitter owner Elon Musk took to his social media platform — that I refuse to call “X” — to announce the cage fight between him and Meta boss Mark Zuckerberg will be livestreamed on X Twitter.

On top of that, all proceeds will be donated to a charity supporting veterans, something I thought would happen back when Musk and Zuck first started going at each other.

If you’re not aware of what’s going down or just need a reminder, Musk challenged Zuckerberg to a cage match back in June — with the Meta CEO accepting the offer.

“Send me location,” replied Zuckerberg.

Musk chirped back with “Vegas Octagon,” and went on, saying, “I have this great move that I call ‘The Walrus,’ where I just lie on top of my opponent & do nothing.” (RELATED: A Bunch Of Fat Dudes Throw Blows At Each Other While One Guy’s Pants Keep Falling Down)

The two “fighters” have reportedly been made an offer by the Italian government to fight in Rome at the historical Coliseum, however, it’s looking like Las Vegas — like what was originally said — will be the most ideal location.

And to make this whole thing even better (and more serious), both guys are actually in training:


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You guys already know how I feel about this whole thing … let’s get this party started!