Mark Zuckerberg Postpones MMA Fight with Elon Musk After ACL Injury

Mark Zuckerberg Tears ACL While Training for MMA Fight with Elon Musk

Meta Founder’s Fight Postponed to 2024

Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Meta, tore his ACL while training for his MMA fight with Twitter CEO Elon Musk.

The fight was originally scheduled for August 26, but was postponed for unknown reasons.

In a recent Facebook post, Zuckerberg announced that he had undergone surgery to replace his ACL.

He said that the injury would delay his MMA fight until early next year, but that he is still looking forward to competing.

Zuckerberg’s post received thousands of well wishes from his followers.

Some of the comments included:

  • “I wish you a quick and speedy recovery and back to what you have planned to accomplish Mark We love you Take care Sir Mark.”
  • “So sorry to hear this Mark. I’ve been really impressed, seeing you training and competing. Way to lead from the front sir. I tore my ACL and had surgery about 10 weeks ago. There are some dark days ahead. However it does get better.. I’m back to lifting and walking and I feel the momentum every week.”
  • “Here’s to a rapid healing process and feeling much better very soon! Drink some bone broth and heal up quicker.”
  • “Glad your hospital has fuel to be able to have a surgery, glad your doctors can make the surgery without choosing between you and another patient. Glad they can conduct anesthesia for the surgery.

Conclusion:

Mark Zuckerberg’s ACL injury has delayed his MMA fight with Elon Musk until 2024.

Zuckerberg is still looking forward to competing, and his fans are sending him their well wishes.

 

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