YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul hits Musk, Zuck with $100mn fight offer

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YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul hits Musk, Zuck with 0mn fight offer

American YouTuber turned boxer Jake Paul has given Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Meta Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg a $100 million offer to take their much-anticipated cage fight to the Middle East and donate all proceeds to charity.

“I’ve a $100 million offer for Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg to take this fight to the Middle East, to advertise, to place it on for charity,” Paul introduced throughout an episode of his podcast.

“(I) can assure $100 million to charity. We wanna become involved and assist make this a actuality,” he added.

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During his podcast, Paul could not assist however take pictures at UFC president Dana White, who has allegedly been in touch with each Musk and Zuckerberg a few potential match, studies Dexetro.

“It’s the largest sporting occasion ever, and that is why I believe there needs to be individuals who need this sport to be higher and never simply grasping folks like Dana White to become involved, as a result of it is gonna profit the UFC,” the YouTuber mentioned.

“I believe if Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg are true about their phrase, doing it for charity and doing it for a much bigger trigger… I do not suppose he ought to accomplice with somebody who’s a bit of sh*t like Dana White,” he added.



Recently, some footage of Musk engaged in “an impromptu coaching session” have surfaced on the Internet.

Lex Fridman, Host of the Lex Fridman Podcast, Research Scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), on Twitter, shared footage of coaching with Musk.

“I did an impromptu coaching session with @elonmusk for just a few hours yesterday. I’m extraordinarily impressed with his power, energy, and ability, on the toes and on the bottom. It was epic. It’s actually inspiring to see Elon and Mark doing martial arts, however I believe the world is served much better in the event that they prepare martial arts however not fight within the cage,” Fridman tweeted.

These photographs come simply days after a video of Mark Zuckerberg’s Jiu-Jitsu coaching went viral on social media.

(With inputs from IANS)

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