- Dana White gave an intriguing answer when asked about an Elon Musk vs. Mark Zuckerberg slap fight
- The UFC president said he would make an enlightening announcement in the following months
UFC president Dana White has been overwhelmed by the apparent success of his Power Slap League. At the same time, he is also seriously working on the Elon Musk vs. Mark Zuckerberg fight. Evidently, the UFC boss was asked if it’s possible that the two billionaires could also take on each other in a slap fight, to which he replied with neither a yes nor a no.
It could be talked about in the future
Speaking to reporters during a post-slap fighting conference, White obviously didn’t rule out the possibility of a Musk vs. Zuckerberg slap fight. But while he couldn’t give a confident answer at this point, White assured that an announcement will be made about the fight “in the next couple months.”
“Well, it’s a fascinating question and it’s hard to answer right now but in the next couple months, I’ll announce something with you guys that’s happening right now,” White said.
“A lot of people have a lot of ideas or think they know about how this whole um mixing pot of companies work and you don’t you have no idea how it works um but in the next couple of months I’ll enlighten you on some stuff. Now is not the time,” he continued.
— danawhite (@danawhite) June 25, 2023
There has been some progress
As for date and location, Musk vs. Zuckerberg has not reached an agreement yet but according to White, it would be an exhibition match and would not be sanctioned by any commission. The UFC president also previously said that they have been working on how to deal with the Tesla Motors CEO and Facebook founder’s huge weight difference.
Really fun! The obvious conclusion is that I need a *lot* more training.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 3, 2023
While White remains on top of the negotiations, Zuck and Musk have been busy honing their fight game ahead of the much-awaited match. Both famous businessmen have been linking up with some of the biggest names in the sport to ensure that they go through some high-level training en route fight night.