UFC sensation expresses a desire for Tom, the co-founder of MySpace, to serve as the guest referee for the much-anticipated showdown between Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg. According to Dana White, the president of the UFC, this epic clash has the potential to generate a staggering $1 billion in revenue. Michael Chiesa, another prominent figure in the UFC, has boldly predicted that the highly anticipated UFC 300 event in 2024 will witness the return of Conor McGregor to the octagon, as well as the monumental face-off between Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg, with Tom Anderson officiating the bout.
In a humorous twist, Chiesa, aged 35, couldn’t resist poking fun at billionaire Jeff Bezos. He retweeted a post jokingly insinuating that Bezos, the CEO of Amazon, might be feeling left out as Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg collaborate with Dana White to organize this monumental fight.
53-year-old White recently stated that both Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg are genuinely committed to facing each other in a mixed martial arts showdown
Mark Zuckerberg, 39, has been diligently training in MMA for years and even participated in a jiu-jitsu tournament last month.
Meanwhile, Elon Musk, 51, is eager to commence training and has already received offers from multiple UFC fighters vying to be his coach.
$1 billion in revenue and hundreds of millions for charity
The projected financial impact of the Elon Musk vs. Mark Zuckerberg clash is nothing short of astronomical. White believes this fight has the potential to generate a mind-boggling $1 billion in revenue, with hundreds of millions of dollars going to charitable causes. He envisions this billionaire battle surpassing the viewership numbers of McGregor’s boxing match against Floyd Mayweather Jr. To add an extra touch of intrigue, the presence of Tom from MySpace as a guest referee could be the cherry on top.
Chiesa, ever the prognosticator, has also predicted that UFC 300 will feature other sensational matchups, including Jon Jones vs. Tyson Fury and Jim Miller against an opponent of his choosing. As fans speculate on McGregor’s return to the octagon, some suggest that White might be delaying it until UFC 300 due to the Irishman missing the USADA deadline.
The world of UFC is abuzz with anticipation for these monumental events, where the realms of business, technology, and combat sports collide.