Why Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg Should Avoid A Cage Fight

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A Cage Fight: How It All Started

Step aside! You might not be aware of the adventure a 52-year-old man is about to give a shot.

The man in question is Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla. He is about to embark on a cage fight with 39-year-old Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta (formerly known as Facebook).

Let’s briefly reintroduce these personalities to you.

Elon Musk founded Tesla, an electric car manufacturing company. He is also the CEO of Starlink, the company that provided Ukraine with satellite internet access in the wake of the Russia-Ukraine War. He has been working on launching Hyperloop, one of the fastest means of urban transportation. 

On the other hand, Mark Zuckerberg is the CEO of Meta and Instagram, the popular social networking websites. He also owns the social messaging app WhatsApp. 

Recently, Musk hinted he would like to have a cage fight with Mark. Mark asked for a location via a tweet, and Musk named Vegas Octagon, located in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

From a recent Facebook post by Mark, he won a jiu-jitsu tournament. And he has been training in mixed martial arts. None of such record has been discovered or published about Elon Musk. To create a balance, UFC star Jorge Masvidal lent a helping hand to train Musk.

It is uncertain whether the fight will hold. But we can attest to the doggedness of Elon Musk, which is vivid in his career – from never accepting rejection while seeking a job at Netscape to building a hotel on Mars, acquiring Twitter for an incredible amount of money, launching space exploration via SpaceX, undertaking the feat to build Hyperloop, and helping those who cannot speak to communicate with the aid of Neuralink. Will he suspend this fight and focus on his worthy causes and ventures?

A Fight In History

Can you remember Prichard Colon, who embarked on a fight with Terrel Williams in 2015?

In his professional career, Wikipedia records that Colon had embarked on a total fight of 16, which he won altogether until he met Williams.

The fight between Colon and Williams was ruthless. They went on for multiple rounds until he committed a foul and lost – his 17th fight. After the combat, he felt dizzy and was rushed to the hospital. Unfortunately, he had sustained a brain injury. The strong Colon is no longer who we used to know.

Aging and Its Limitations

Mike Tyson is one of the biggest stars in boxing. He is now 56 years old and has left the ring. He is four years older than Elon Musk but suffers from a severe nervous condition. How would you feel to see the iron Tyson using a walking stick?

From the life of Tyson, we can see that age sets limitations on what we can do regardless of our agility. And we cannot cheat nature. Health conditions such as high blood pressure, stroke, and heart disease are associated with aging. They are common among adults above 50 years of age. That doesn’t suggest that Elon Musk has ailing health but suggests a precaution.

Maybe Musk and Mark are fascinated by the god-like personality of Vladimir Putin.

Putin got a karate black belt at 62. According to CNN, he got the award as a reward for promoting Kyokushin-kan Karate. That is more like an honorary degree to an influencer. We can’t ascertain the intensity of his training or his physical strength in a fight. Some sources claimed his fights are staged and photographed to bolster his macho image. And we know nothing about his health condition.

How Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg Should Fight

Musk and Mark have been fighting through innovations apart from supporting great causes. These are worthwhile, commendable fights. In 2022, Musk acquired Twitter, the rival social networking site to Facebook. He introduced some features which Facebook also adopted. Their inventions have shown their strength which doesn’t need to be proven in a cage fight – Starlink, Neuralink, Meta, WhatsApp, Tesla, SpaceX, Hyperloop, Instagram, etc.

For the remarkable success of both parties, we don’t want to discover who is physically stronger but those who can follow their footsteps to create a better world. We suggest and implore that both parties should keep engaging in mild exercise, not a cage fight – if the proposed fight is not another comic series from the staple of Elon Musk.

All in all, there are three times to win a fight – before, during, and after. Most importantly, they need to prioritise their health. And we will keep supporting the fight for good mental health.


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