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Toto-location for the fight between Musk and Zuckerberg

Vita Gazette – Elon Musk called the fighting arena “Italy”. However, there has still been no response from Mark Zuckerberg, who immediately accepted Musk’s invitation to fight.

More than a month has passed since the Tesla CEO challenged the founder of the Meta company to fight in a mixed martial arts duel, yet weeks later, it is still unclear when and where the most awaited contest of the year will take place.

For his part, Musk spoke in an “epic” location, suggesting that it will be held in Italy. Where? Excluding the Colosseum in Rome, the places under consideration by the Minister of Culture Gennaro Sangiuliano at the moment are the Arena di Verona, the scene of numerous significant events, Ostia Antica, less known but close to Rome, and the archaeological site of Pompeii, more precisely the amphitheatre. Indeed, from some leaked details, the latter could be the one chosen to host, after more than two thousand years, the duel between these modern gladiators. But from what transpires in these hours, Paris also appears, which would have offered to host the event.

But, while the toto-place raged, with the mayor of Pompeii Carmine Lo Sapio already enthusiastic about hosting this global event, Zuckerberg thought of curbing the enthusiasm. “I love this sport – he wrote on Threads, X’s rival platform – I’ve been ready to fight since Elon challenged me. If he ever agrees to a real date, you’ll know from me. Until then, please assume that everything he says has not been agreed. I will share details about my next fight when I’m ready.” How will Musk respond? We have to wait for developments.

The request by the Italian government to give the proceeds to charity by the Italian government has been accepted, with the proceeds of the event broadcast live on X and Meta, which will be donated to Italian hospitals. If the story went through, we would inevitably face one of the most essential clashes ever, perhaps the most important, in pop culture.

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