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In an Odd Video, Mark Zuckerberg Displays His MMA Prowess



Prior to recently, the general consensus was that Mark Zuckerberg could only harm someone when hiding behind a keyboard. However, after he demonstrated his MMA prowess, this opinion has completely changed.

Not your Typical CEO

A video of the Meta CEO sparring with Khai Wu was posted online in advance of the UFC fighter’s last night showdown against Joshua Dillon (September 3).

“One of my training partners, Khai Wu, is making his UFC Fight Pass debut tonight. Go get it Khai and looking forward to a fantastic fight,” Zuckerberg commented with the video.

Even though Wu’s training session wasn’t enough to help him win in Urijah Faber’s A1 Combat 5, the Big Tech tycoon nonetheless received some unusually high acclaim from the UFC community for his fighting skills.

That includes comments made by contentious podcaster and UFC analyst Joe Rogan, who recently invited Zuckerberg to appear on his show.

“This is fantastic! I’m really thrilled to see this. Training seems good too,” wrote Rogan.

His abilities were also praised by UFC champions Alexander Volkanovski and Aljamain Sterling, who wrote, “Looking the goods” and “This is truly fantastic to see! Idk, UFC debut might be coming soon for you too,” respectively.

The commentator Conor McGregor said, “Yo! F***ing fantastic Mark!”

Even UFC’s official Instagram account made a comment, calling the combos “clean.”

Therefore, the question still stands: Is Zuckerberg preparing for his UFC debut? If so, we are aware of one person who would be eager to confront him.

Paddy Pimblett, often known as Paddy the Baddy.

Danger Looms

The MMA legend made fun of the creator of Facebook earlier this year in his post-fight interview following his victory over Rodrigo Vargas at UFC London on March 19.

The 27-year-old Liverpudlian remarked following just his second UFC fight: “I want to go up against Mark Zuckerberg.

“I’m going to punch you in the skull, lad. I’m tired of you. I’m tired of you blocking my Instagram accounts when all I do is support charities and assist others who are struggling with mental health issues.

You, young man, are the biggest bully there is.

After Zuckerberg said that he is the reason for the ban on the boxer’s Instagram accounts, the fighter became angry with him.

Although quite a few months have passed since then, with Zuckerberg’s preparation well under way, a Pimblett vs. Zuckerberg matchup isn’t completely out of the question.

One fan wrote at the time: “Ironically, I’d spend more money to watch Pimblett fight Mark Zuckerberg than I would for literally any other UFC PPV.” This shows that the fans are definitely on board with the notion.

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Floyd Mayweather Expresses in Buying an NBA Team



‘Money’ Mayweather is renowned for his enormous wealth; according to Forbes, he is thought to be worth $285 million. The legendary boxer has stated that he wants to own an NBA club and that he has already made a sizable offer for one.

A Huge Announcement

In recent footage from an unidentified event, Mayweather was seen being interviewed and confirming that he has made a first offer for majority ownership of a team. He did not specify the team in which he had already expressed interest, but he did state that he would be open to either buying an expansion team in Seattle or Las Vegas or examining any current franchises that might be for sale.

Some Top Prospects

In response to the question of whether this was Vegas, he said: “It could be the Vegas franchise, it could be the Seattle franchise, or I could be buying a franchise that’s already up-and-running. The first offer, we offered them a little over $2 billion for majority ownership. Do I have it? Absolutely, absolutely I have it.”

Mayweather reportedly earned $65 million earlier this year after competing in a boxing match in Miami against YouTuber Logan Paul. Indeed a big sum, and we believe we have a good idea of where it might be going soon.

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In Breakthrough Role in Wolf of Wall Street, Margot Robbie Believed No One would Recognize Her



Robbie is currently one of the most in-demand performers in the industry, almost ten years after the successful movie’s US debut. In a recent interview, actress Margot Robbie stated that she believed no one would take note of her in the pivotal part in The Wolf of Wall Street.

Wasn’t Really Expecting

She has starred in a number of box office hits, but the 32-year-old Australian actress never imagined she would achieve such renown after her triumph on the beloved soap opera Neighbours, which she returned to for the final episode in July. Robbie acknowledged that she didn’t expect anyone would recognize her in The Wolf of Wall Street in an interview with The Mirror.

Some Initial Thoughts

“No one’s going to notice me in this film,” Robbie thought at the time, “It doesn’t matter what I do in this film because they’re going to focus on Leo and I’ll just slip under the radar.” At the age of 22, Robbie had to perform her first-ever nude scene for the movie, which she admits wasn’t the easiest.

The Wolf of Wall Street undoubtedly enjoyed great success, earning enormous sums at the box office. For her performance as Naomi Lapaglia in the Leonardo DiCaprio movie, Robbie won the Empire Award for Best Female Newcomer. Since then, Robbie’s her career has flourished and she is now one of Hollywood’s most sought-after actors.

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The Most Popular Streamer on Twitch, xQc, has Lost His Position




The most popular Counter-Strike: Global Offensive streamer on Twitch, Félix “xQc” Lengyel of Canada, has recently lost that title as a consequence of a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive competition. Currently, Alexandre “gAuLeS” Borba is in charge.

De-crowning moment

On a constantly changing platform prone to huge changes like these, one can only rule supremely so much.

The Brazilian streamer has been active in esports for the past 20 years, which may surprise you. His involvement on the scene has led to agreements with the NBA, Nike, and the Formula 1.

Initially, Borba played Counter-Strike professionally before focusing on leading his own teams, g3nerationX and MIBR.

He took a few years off from his job to pursue a degree in marketing, then returned to esports in 2010. In 2015, he successfully relaunched the g3x brand. Players like Gabriel “NEKIZ” Schenato, Lucas “steel” Lopes, and Vito “kNgV-” Giuseppe have benefited greatly from Borba’s experience and advice.

With his ability and co-streaming from the stadium itself, Borba dominated the coverage of the CS:GO IEM Rio Major last month.

Although the Brazilian streamer has already gone to the top of the most-watched list, Dexerto believes it is improbable that he will do it again. Lengyel streams frequently and plays a variety of games, whereas Borba’s ascent is reliant on occasions like this tournament.

Even his room-cleaning stream, where the audience critiqued the enormity of the filth and the fact that he didn’t know how to do his laundry, attracted tens of thousands of views from viewers.

So, based on that, it appears that Borba might have the upper hand if he flaunts an immaculate home and a mastery of detergent varieties.

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