Musk-Zuckerberg’ Cage Match’ Would Bring In Over $1 Billion: The Biggest BJJ Fight Ever
After watching the BJJ videos of Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg, fans are looking forward to the more exciting matches. Earlier this year, Zuckerberg won the two medals in the tournament held in Silicon Valley. Recently, he has been promoted to BJJ Blue Belt. Elon Musk is also seen in videos practicing BJJ with his trainer.
A few days ago, Elon Musk tweeted asking Meta CEO, Zuckerberg if he was up for the cage match. Upon which Mark Zuckerberg replied location. These tweet exchanges for the cage fight have made their fans more thrilled to see them rolling together on the BJJ mat. However, it has raised the question in people’s minds whether they are really going to compete with each other or it’s just for the sake of social media tweets.
Dana White Narrative
UFC president Dana White informed TMZ Sports that he had discussions with both billionaires regarding their online tweets exchange.
The public witnessed Zuckerberg’s acceptance of a “cage match” challenge thrown by Musk on Twitter.
White shared, “Mark Zuckerberg contacted me first and asked ‘Is he serious?'” as he told the media outlet. When the promoter got in touch with Musk, the Tesla CEO responded: “Yes, I’m completely serious.”
This indicates that Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg are “damn serious” about trading blows in the Octagon. Now, fans will need to pay out if they want to watch the match.
Musk-Zuckerberg’ Cage Match’ – The Biggest BJJ Tournament Ever
White mentioned that he is already in the “initial stages” of planning to organize the fight. Nonetheless, he didn’t hesitate from hyping up the anticipation he believed the fight would generate.
“This would be the biggest fight ever in the history of the world, bigger than anything that’s ever been done,” he said. “It would break all pay-per-view records.”
The tech tycoons have a past filled with animosity, with the fight challenge coming after news broke that Zuckerberg’s Meta is developing a competitor to Twitter.
Musk-Zuckerberg’ Cage Match’ Would Generate Over $1 Billion
A typical UFC pay-per-view is priced at $80. However, White mentioned he would set the price at $100 for the Musk-Zuckerberg BJJ match.
According to White, the Conor McGregor-Floyd Mayweather bout in 2017 holds the record for the biggest pay-per-view event to date, generating over $600 million in earnings.
Dana White, the president of UFC, has suggested that a fight between Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk could “triple” the $600 million revenue. Mayweather reportedly earned $275 million from his victory, while McGregor pocketed $85 million.
According to White, A fight between Musk and Zuckerberg, the first and tenth wealthiest persons globally with a combined wealth of $340 billion, would undoubtedly establish a new record.
“I believe it triples [Mayweather-McGregor],” he stated. “There’s no limit to the potential earnings.” They could get more than $1 billion.
However, White suggested that the duo probably wouldn’t be interested in increasing their wealth from the fight. Instead, they could donate the proceeds to a charity of their choice. “I don’t believe either of them needs the cash,” stated White. “They could generate hundreds of millions in charity funds,” he further commented.
White refrained from guessing when the fight could occur but expressed his readiness to facilitate it. “If these guys are ready, I arrange fights that the public is eager to watch,” he declared. “That’s my professional duty.”
Everyone is anxiously waiting to watch the fight between Musk and Zuckerberg. UFC will schedule the BJJ match as soon as both of them give the green signal. All of their fans will get the chance to watch the match live. Indeed, it will be the most enthralling match for mixed martial arts fans.