On Threads, Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk joke about a cage fight.

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Both millionaires allegedly agreed to a ‘cage bout’ in late June. On Monday, Meta co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg came to Threads to discuss his ‘cage-fight’ with Elon Musk, the owner of X (previously Twitter).The news comes after Musk revealed on Sunday that his probable in-person clash with Mark Zuckerberg would be livestreamed on his social media platform X.”Shouldn’t we use a more reliable platform that can actually raise money for charity?” Zuckerberg asked, sharing a screenshot of Musk’s X post on Threads. Zuckerberg responded on Threads to Musk’s post on preparing for the war, adding, “I am ready today.” When he first challenged me, I suggested August 26, but he hasn’t confirmed.” “I’m not holding my breath,” Meta’s top boss added.In late June, the two tech billionaires allegedly agreed to a “cage match” fight.Zuckerberg has studied mixed martial arts (MMA) and was recently upgraded to blue belt in jiu-jitsu, a Brazilian self-defense and combat sport.Musk said on X Monday morning that he would compete in the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) format.”I’m going with @WWE as my fighting style,” declared Elon Musk, the world’s richest man.The banter between Musk and Zuckerberg has gotten a lot of attention on social media, especially after Zuckerberg created Threads, which is perceived as a competitor to Musk’s Twitter (now X).It all began when Musk, who owns X, replied to a tweet about Meta preparing to unveil the alleged ‘Twitter-killer’ Threads.He made a joke about the globe becoming “exclusively under Zuck’s thumb with no other options,” but a Twitter user playfully reminded Musk about Zuckerberg’s jiu-jitsu training.”I enjoy sports and will continue to compete with people who train regardless of what happens here,” Zuckerberg wrote on Threads on Monday. In fact, the Meta CEO has been heavily utilising Threads for posting updates since the social media giant debuted Twitter’s rival last month.With Musk’s track record of tweeting about action too soon or not at all, it remains to be seen whether the two social media moguls make it to the ring in Las Vegas.Except for the headline, this story has been syndicated and has not been edited by The Telegraph Online staff.

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