“Elon Musk has recently been spotted training with popular podcaster and AI researcher Lex Fridman. Fridman, who has also trained with Mark Zuckerberg, possesses unique insight into the skills of both fighters. Additionally, Fridman shared a video of his training session with Mark Zuckerberg.”
In their recent unplanned session, Lex Fridman expressed positive remarks about Elon Musk’s fighting abilities. However, the renowned YouTuber and podcaster believe that both billionaires would benefit more from focusing on training in martial arts rather than engaging in a cage match.
According to Lex Fridman, who conducted an impromptu training session with Elon Musk, he expressed his admiration for Musk’s fighting technique. Fridman stated, “I’m extremely impressed with his strength, power, and skill, on the feet and on the ground. It was epic.”
Lex Fridman continued by expressing his belief that it is inspiring to witness Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg engaging in martial arts training. However, he stated that he believes the world would be better served if they focus on training martial arts rather than actually fighting in a cage.
Fridman added, “That said, as Elon says, the most entertaining outcome is the most likely… I’m there for them, no matter what.”
Lex Fridman has shared a video of his training session with Mark Zuckerberg, highlighting Zuckerberg’s existing training in the martial art of Jiu-Jitsu and his past achievements in tournaments.
Considering factors such as age, skill, and endurance, the odds seem to favor Zuckerberg. On the other hand, Elon Musk’s advantages lie in his taller stature and heavier weight. These physical attributes could potentially play a role in his favor.
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