This week tech billionaires Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg got bored of making the internet a worse place and challenged one another to a cage fight. And while you’d think these two would be too busy running their companies into the ground to take off for this catfight, the only thing that’s supposedly holding up the scrimmage is the height and weight difference between the two rivals.
Normally when MMA fighters beat the daylights out of each other, they compete in weight classes that require fighters to weigh in under a desired limit. Despite Elon’s recent 30-pound weight loss in the last year from a well-balanced lifestyle of “Fasting + Ozempic/Wegovy + no tasty food near me,” there are still a few weight classes between the two via TMZ:
Our sources tell us the guys are still serious about fighting in an Octagon, and as the UFC president told us yesterday, he’s absolutely down to put on the fight … but, Zuckerberg’s size disadvantage has become an issue.
In fighting, size matters, a lot. Elon is 6’1″, and reportedly weighs between 185 and 200 lbs. As for the Facebook founder, he’s just 5’7″, and reportedly weighs around 155 lbs.