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Musk vs. Zuckerberg Odds For Location, Who Wins & Who's In Their Corners?

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Musk vs. Zuckerberg Odds For Location, Who Wins & Who's In Their Corners?

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Money can buy almost everything. It does not pay for bragging rights. Those apparently have to be earned in the octagon. 

Multi-billionaires Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg have been duking it out via social media for since June over a potential "cage fight" between the two tech billionaires. Musk, 52, initially challenged the 39-year-old Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook and big boss at Meta and Instagram. 

Since that Tweet, the two have engaged over the location of the fight. The rules. Its online presence and just about ever other details. 

It now appears Zuckerberg has had enough. For now, Sunday he said Musk “isn’t serious” about a cage fight and “it’s time to move on” from their proposed showdown, the details of which continued to be elusive. 

“Elon won’t confirm a date, then says he needs surgery, and now asks to do a practice round in my backyard instead,” the Facebook founder wrote on his latest social platform Threads.

“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.”

A fight date of August 26 was proposed by Zuckerberg before Musk said he may need surgery on his back and/or neck. 

Musk is larger, taller, and older than his would-be opponent. He often tweets memes and other playful responses. This time he’s serious. We think. Musk even suggested a referee: podcaster and MMA analyst Joe Rogan

The other story to be told? Who has the edge? Here are our projected odds, via by Bookies.com senior handicapper Adam Thompson, for a Mark Zuckerberg-Elon Musk fight using the standard MMA/UFC rules.

Elon Musk vs. Mark Zuckerberg Odds & Props

FavoriteUnderdog
Mark Zuckerberg -500Elon Musk +350
Fight Location Odds
Italy+125
Las Vegas+175
San Francisco+500
NYC+1000
Elsewhere+650
Date Odds
Before 7/4/24+200
After 7/4/24+-600
Total Viewership Odds
Up To 50 Million +1100
50-100M+500
100-499M+115
500M-999M+250
Over 1 Billion+550
Flight Length Odds
Under 3 Minutes (Round 1)-125
3-6 Minutes (Round 2)+250
6-9 Minutes (Round 3)+750
Over 9 Minutes/Decision+300
Zuckerberg Fight Celebrity In Corner Odds
Vin Diesel +110
Dana White+350
Dwayne Johnson+400
Jeff Bezos+500
Andy Samberg+1000
Jesse Eisenberg+2500
Musk Fight Celebrity In Corner Odds
Joe Rogan -115
Kanye West+200
Jay Z+750
Dave Chappelle+850
Larry Ellison+900

These odds are for entertainment only and are independent of any other odds you might find for this fight on betting apps.

Zuckerberg vs. Musk: Who Has The Edge?

Zuckerberg holds a significant edge for several reasons. In addition to having youth on his side, Zuckerberg has demonstrated legitimate athletic ability. 

Musk, meanwhile, claims he has a “great move” called “The Walrus” in which “I lie on top of my opponent & do nothing.” In his younger days, Musk says he trained in several martial arts disciplines, including taekwondo, judo, Kyokushin (karate) and Brazilian jiu-jitsu.

Last year, Musk posted an image of himself training with a sumo wrestler on Twitter. 

‘Managed to throw him, but it cost me smashing my c5-c6 disc & 8 years of mega back pain!” Musk tweeted.

Zuckerberg’s Brazilian jiu-jitsu training is both recent and well documented. He began training in the discipline during the pandemic and told Rogan during a podcast that the sport is “primal” and boosted his focus and energy at work.

He’s morphing into a modern day Bruce Wayne – the Christian Bale version. 

Zuckerberg won the gold medal in the Nogi Master 1 White Belt Feather Weight Division and the Silver medal in the Gi Master 2 White Belt Feather Weight Division during a BJJ tournament in May at Woodside, California. Those wins came after a controversial decision in which Zuckerberg was first deemed to have tapped out but protested that he did not. The match was later deemed a 0-0 draw. 

“Competed in my first jiu jitsu tournament and won some medals for the Guerrilla Jiu Jitsu team,” Zuckerberg posted on Facebook. Among the names posting in the comments: UFC fighter Conor McGregor and jiu-jitsu champion Bernardo Faria.

The “Send Me Location” is a reference to a infamous remark made by Khabib Nurmagomedov in the wake of his famous melee with McGregor in 2018. “If you want to find me, just send me location,” Kahbii said when asked about McGregor’s boasts for another brawl.

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Bill Speros is an award-winning journalist and editor whose career includes stops at USA Today Sports Network / Golfweek, Cox Media, ESPN, Orlando Sentinel and Denver Post.