Elon Musk’s ‘Cage Fight’ Drama With Mark Zuckerberg Catches the Eye of Andy Roddick’s Wife Brooklyn Decker as She Delivers a Witty Take

Published 06/24/2023, 2:07 PM EDT

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People around the globe are keeping their fingers crossed about Elon Musk meeting Mark Zuckerberg in the ring. And many stars too are not far behind in sharing the excitement. A day after American tennis veteran Andy Roddick tweeted, “Let this be real”, his wife too joined the discussion. The billionaires of tech are likely to grab each other’s neck. And the wife of tennis star Andy Roddick too took to Instagram to share her perspective.

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As the rival entrepreneurs decide to meet in the ring, the wife of Andy Roddick, Brooklyn Decker, took to Instagram to give a reality check.

The wife of Andy Roddick doesn’t agree with her husband on the Musk-Zuckerberg fight

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American actress and model, Brooklyn Decker, posted about the ‘grand event’ in her Instagram story. Earlier, her husband had shared his excitement about the event by sharing a tweet, expecting that Elon Musk doesn’t just run away. However, his wife seems to think differently.

Brooklyn Decker shared the link to an article in her Instagram story that evaluated what the article tried to put as the “publicity stunts” of the duo. The Hollywood actress captioned her story, “We are the dumbest.”

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This comes after the Twitter boss was under immense scrutiny during the past 12 months. He slashed half of his workforce on the microblogging site in November. After the worldwide layoffs, Elon Musk blamed “activists” for the revenue of Twitter going down.

Mark Zuckerberg too sails in the same boat as Elon Musk. He fired 11000 people all around the globe in the backdrop of $20bn losses to the metaverse project. Metaverse project is a virtual reality atmosphere where users get to interact in a computer generated environment. It couldn’t hit a chord with the people and thus caused heavy losses to Zuckerberg, as reported by Rolling Stone.

Regardless of the business practices of the two tech giants, Elon Musk in the past has made statements that were not always rooted in seriousness. And that throws some light on what today’s fight might be all about.

Will Elon Musk really fight Mark Zuckerberg?

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As the possibility of the fight between the tech giants is grabbing headlines, the fight seems less likely. After Musk told the UFC president Dana White that he is dead serious about the fight, his later tweets indicated he was not serious about the fight. He said, “I have this great move that I call ‘The Walrus’, where I just lie on top of my opponent and do nothing.” Later, he tweeted the videos of Walruses that gave the idea that he was not serious about fighting. He also wrote that he does not workout except picking his kids and throwing them in the air. In the past too Elon Musk has talked about things that were not serious.

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He once talked about making his dog the CEO of Twitter. Also, in 2017, he wrote about that the government granted a “verbal approval” to him for a project. The proposed project, he had said, connected New York city, Washington DC, Philadelphia and Baltimore.

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It is getting clear, though not completely, that Elon Musk may not fight Mark Zuckerberg. And the wife of Andy Roddick was certainly sharp to recognise it and also give a reality check to people getting excited about the fight.

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Junaid Ashraf is a Tennis Writer at EssentiallySports. After completing a couple of masters degrees in social sciences, he published three books in poetry, fiction and non fiction. Junaid worked as a lecturer and a creative writing expert for an MNC before breaking into the exciting world of sports journalism.
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