Mark Zuckerberg Grapples With Alexander Volkanovski; Israel Adesanya Kicks Man Out Of Facebook Founder’s Boat

Zuck linked up with Izzy and Volk for a fun boat ride and some grappling session.

Zuckerberg Grapple With Alexander Volk
Zuckerberg Grapple With Alexander Volk - Image credit @zuck Instagram
  • Mark Zuckerberg had a little grappling session with Alexander Volkanovski while on a boat ride
  • Isreal Adesanya also had fun alongside his fellow UFC champion and the famed Facebook co-founder

Mark Zuckerberg spent a fun boat ride with reigning UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya and featherweight king Alexander Volkanovski. While cruising, the trio decided to grapple and train.

An action-packed boat Ride

Sharing his epic experience with the UFC champs, Zuckerberg posted a mini compilation of what went down on his futuristic boat on Instagram. In the clip, the Facebook co-founder could be seen grappling with a couple of guys, including Volkanovski.

On the other hand, Adesanya also had his fair share of play fight and was even captured kicking one of the guys out of the boat.

Check out the video below:

Zuckerberg vs. Musk is up in the Air

Zuckerberg has been competing in grappling but he kicked his MMA training up a notch due to his supposedly upcoming fight with fellow billionaire and Tesla CEO Elon Musk. For weeks, the pair voiced their intention to take on each other in an MMA match. However, it has become more and more apparent that the super fight is now up in the air.

Despite having a couple of back-and-forths on social media, Musk and Zuck still failed to seal an agreement. Zuckerberg then declared that perhaps, it’s time to move on from it as he thinks Musk is not seriously interested in facing him. Musk, meanwhile claims that it was Zuck who kept on ducking him as he has been truly cooperative.

Published on September 5, 2023 at 12:33 pm
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