MARK Zuckerberg has moved on to another venture since his fight with Elon Musk didn’t materialize.
The 39-year-old Facebook CEO was a big presence at the Meta Connect event this week.
Zuckerberg and Musk went head-to-head in public, leading to a proposed MMA fight for several months.
Although UFC Dana White was involved in talks to get the fight going, Zuckerberg took to Threads in August, shutting down the talks and claiming the Tesla CEO wasn’t “serious.”
This week, Zuckerberg revealed his toned physique and veiny biceps during the meta launch.
He also took part in an interview with Forbes about a possible fight with Musk.
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Zuckerberg reiterated his previous views, saying, “I don’t think there will be any fights.”
But the 39-year-old has been preparing to compete professionally in jiu-jitsu.
“I started competing in jiu-jitsu competitions at the beginning of the year,” Zuckerberg said.
“I would like to participate in an MMA competition and a formal fight sometime next year. I am looking forward.
“I’ll probably do it with someone who really takes the sport seriously and does it competitively or is a professional.”
Last month, Zuckerberg was spotted training with UFC stars Israel Adesanya and Alexander Volkanovski.
And the blue jiu-jitsu belt was featured in a video in which the latter athlete addressed the caption, “Summer vibes.”
Zuckerberg is on his way to greener pastures after talks over a fight with Musk collapsed.
“The thing that determines your destiny is not a competitor,” he told Forbes. “It depends on how you execute it.”