The excitement surrounding the cage match between Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg has diminished lately. This is because the individual who oversees Twitter, known for “X,” mentioned that they would require a surgical procedure before participating in the fight. Instead, they’ve suggested that a debate might be a more fitting replacement for the anticipated showdown.
Mark Zuckerberg, aged 39, is determined to engage with Elon Musk in a confrontation, while Musk appears to be consistently hesitant. Recently, Musk proposed a more peaceful alternative: a debate.
Chris Anderson, the Head of TED, conveyed to Musk through X that both he and Zuckerberg are highly intelligent and influential individuals, and it would be a loss for society if they were to waste their intellectual capacities in a physical altercation. Musk concurred with this sentiment.
“Here’s a better idea: a cage match DEBATE,” Anderson tweeted. “‘How to Build an Amazing Future’ No holds barred. Except actual holds.”
Zuck v Musk.
Here’s a better idea: a cage match DEBATE
"How to Build an Amazing Future"
No holds barred. Except actual holds.
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— Chris Anderson (@TEDchris) August 8, 2023