Tech billionaire Mark Zuckerberg He suffered a beating in his most recent sparring match when he shared a photo of his injured face on social media.
The CEO of Facebook has taken his recent hobby more seriously despite the struggle Elon Musk is cancelled.
The aftermath of Mark Zuckerberg’s latest sparring match
Mark Zuckerberg recently spoke out about the sport and admitted that “a punch in the face doesn’t hurt that much. It just causes brain damage.” Well, it looks like he’s going back on his word since he just shared the above photo on Instagram , which shows some bumps and bruises after his recent sparring match.
“The sparring got a little out of control. I may need to update my avatar 🤣,” the Facebook CEO captioned photo.
Fans can see that Zuckerberg has a cut on the right side of his nose and two bruises under his eyes – hardly anything compared to what some of these MMA and UFC fighters endure on fight nights.
It seems like some of his followers couldn’t take the photo seriously as they commented things like “Damn!” I’m sorry, man. However, this picture will soon become a meme on the internet” and “Talk about an eye-opening experience.”
Another hilariously wrote: “These meta punches hurt in real life 😂,” while many others just commented on the laughing face emoji.
Fans show their support for Mark Zuckerberg after sparring
However, others joined Zuckerberg in showing their support for the Facebook CEO. “The other one is fine but don’t hurt them 🔥,” one fan wrote, while another chimed in: “Damn you beat the fuck up man. Goddamn. I love you anyway 😊.”
A third commented: “Deserve stripes 💪🔥,” while another expressed: “What does the other guy look like Mark?”
Is Mark Zuckerberg still fighting Elon Musk?
The highly anticipated battle between the CEOs of Meta and “I think we can all agree that Elon isn’t serious and it’s time to move on,” he wrote, adding, “I offered a real date . Dana White offered to turn it into a legitimate competition for charity. Elon doesn’t want to confirm an appointment, then says he needs surgery, and now asks to do a practice lap in my backyard instead.”
He then explained that the 52-year-old CEO of X “knows how to reach me” if he takes the event seriously.
“Otherwise, it’s time to move on. I will focus on competing with people who take the sport seriously,” he added.
Zuckerberg first began training jiu-jitsu during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown in 2020. Now the Facebook CEO trains Jiu-Jitsu and MMA three to four times a week.
When talking about struggles, Zuckerberg said Forbes“When you take part in a competition, you’re not fighting against another person, you’re fighting against yourself, right? You’re just trying to be a better version of yourself.”
“The thing that determines your destiny is not a competitor. It depends on how you execute it,” he added.