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“I’m ready to fight Zuck…” Elon Musk retorted to an X user’s post on his awaited fight with Mark Zuckerberg at Rome’s Colosseum

Elon Musk responded to a post in which an X user claimed to have queried a tour guide in Rome’s Colosseum about Elon Musk vs Mark Zuckerberg’s fight. The X user’s post reminded netizens of the long forgotten once passionately anticipated fight between the two tech titans. Since last year, there gossip has been going on that they will engage in a cage fight with each other. On several occasions, the billionaire Tesla CEO tweeted how and where this showdown will be held, including posting that it may happen in “ancient Rome” – specifically in the Colosseum. In a recent retort on X, the tech giant claimed that he can fight Meta’s Zuckerberg “anywhere”.

X user named Sir Doge of the Coin shared some images of the Colosseum and wrote, “After the tour, I asked the tour guide about the Elon vs Zuck fight and he laughed and said ‘That’s something we would love to see’. He then proceeded to bring up and briefly talk about dogecoin. So, I tipped him some doge afterwards. It was absolutely amazing”. Elon Musk replied, “I’m ready to fight Zuck anywhere, anytime with any rules. LFG!” To this, the X user added, “The Colosseum and tickets paid in dogecoin would be epic!”

This fresh challenge on Wednesday by Musk has come more than six months after the fight seemed more or less a closed chapter. It came in the form of a reply to a user on X (formerly Twitter), in which he conveyed his willingness to fight Mark Zuckerberg anytime and anywhere with any rules in place. The proposed cage fight between Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk was one of the talked about events of 2023.

Nonetheless, that fight most expectedly never materialised and a just few days after the streaming announcement, Mark said it was “time to move on” from gossip that he would fight Elon in a cage match. “If Elon ever gets serious about a real date and official event, he knows how to reach me. Otherwise, time to move on. I’m going to focus on competing with people who take the sport seriously,” Zuckerberg had posted on Threads. The announcement echoed across social media platforms, igniting expectation and speculation among netizens.

That Public feud between the two tech titans (Musk, 52, and Zuckerberg, 39) started following the launch in July last of Meta’s Threads (X’s rival social media platform) and intensified after its initial success. Threads, which lets users to post short blurbs just like X (the Musk-owned platform previously known as Twitter), reached 100 million users within a week of its launch.

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