UFC Owner Hosed Down Elon Musk On A Boat (Photo)

UFC owner Ari Emanuel was seen with the Tesla CEO onboard 'Zeus'

UFC Owner, Ari Emanuel, Elon Musk
Credit: Ryan Mac, Elon Musk (via Twitter & Instagram)

UFC owner Ari Emanuel was spotted hanging out with Elon Musk and doing a little more.

Emanuel, CEO of William Morris Endeavor, bought the UFC for a mouthwatering sum of $4 billion in 2016. While some were speculative about the extravagant purchase, the decision seems to have aged well given the ever-increasing profitability of the acquired company.

As the head honcho of a major Hollywood powerhouse, Emanuel keeps similar company.

UFC owner hosed down Elon Musk on a boat

On July 18, UFC owner Emanuel was aboard a boat with none other than SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk. For your viewing pleasure, here’s a photo of Musk being hosed down by him.

In case you have the desire left to explore more, you may visit Page Six, which was quick to work to snatch up some less than appealing snaps of a “shirtless Elon Musk” vacationing on the Greek island of Mykonos.


Here is Ari Emmanuel hosing down Elon Musk aboard a boat called Zeus, for some reason.

Musk was en route to complete his purchase of Twitter earlier this year but backed out at the last moment citing an improper record of actual vs. bot-generated accounts on the platform, which he claimed were significantly higher than the company’s suggested figure of 5 percent.

His initial procurement of Twitter shares, which kept growing, in silence without informing the appropriate authorities signaled a red flag for the company, which alleged he sneaked his way into buying the stock at a discount.

Had it been public knowledge that Musk was buying parts of the company with the intent to own it completely, the stock price would’ve gone up.

Twitter executives claimed in the lawsuit that he destroyed stockholder value.

“Musk refuses to honor his obligations to Twitter and its stockholders because the deal he signed no longer serves his personal interests. Musk apparently believes that he — unlike every other party subject to Delaware contract law — is free to change his mind, trash the company, disrupt its operations, destroy stockholder value, and walk away.”

In the meantime, enjoy the billionaire comparisons below.


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