Mark Zuckerberg claims Elon Musk “isn’t serious” and that he is moving past their rumoured cage match.


When Musk tweeted that he was “up for a cage fight” in June, the competing billionaire tech executives appeared to have agreed to a fight. Facebook and Instagram CEO Mark Zuckerberg responded to Musk’s post with “send me location” in a screenshot.


Nevertheless, he said on the social media site Threads on Sunday that he believed everyone could agree Elon wasn’t being serious and that it was time to move on.

The fight might take place in an “epic location” in Italy, according to Musk, the founder of Twitter (now known as X).


He described the prospective event’s antique setting and streaming choices.


After Zuckerberg’s Meta launched Threads, a text-based chat app, in July, tensions between the two tech billionaires’ businesses have been running hot. After the debut, Twitter wrote Zuckerberg a cease-and-desist letter, alleging that Meta had “unlawfully misappropriated Twitter’s trade secrets and other intellectual property.”


Zuckerberg has experience in mixed martial arts, and earlier this year he posted about winning his first jiu-jitsu event.