Elon Musk has stated that his prospective in-person confrontation with Mark Zuckerberg will be live on his social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter.

The two tech millionaires appeared to have agreed to a “cage match” in late June. Zuckerberg is actually trained in mixed martial arts, and the CEO of Facebook’s parent company Meta wrote earlier this year about finishing his first jiu jitsu event.

“Zuck v Musk fight will be live-streamed on X,” Musk wrote in a post on the platform on Sunday. “All proceeds will be donated to a veteran’s charity.”

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Musk stated earlier Sunday that he was lifting weights in preparation for the fight.

“Don’t have time to work out, so I just bring them to work,” Musk explained.

It remains to be seen whether Musk and Zuckerberg make it to the ring in Las Vegas – especially because Musk frequently tweets about action too soon or without following through. Even though their cage match arrangement is a prank, their banter has grabbed attention.

It all started when Musk, the owner of X, replied to a tweet about Meta preparing to launch a new Twitter competitor called Threads. He mocked the world for becoming “exclusively under Zuck’s thumb with no other options.”

X, Meta, and Ultimate Fighting Championship, which controls the facility where the battle could take place, did not immediately respond to emails requesting comment.

Musk’s desire to stream the video live on X coincides with his goal of transforming the platform into a “digital town square.” However, his much-publicized Twitter Spaces launch event in May, which featured Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announcing his presidential run, was plagued by technical difficulties and a nearly half-hour delay.

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Musk stated that the issues were caused by “strained” servers as a result of the large number of individuals attempting to listen to the audio-only event. Even at its peak, the number of listeners listed was roughly 420,000, significantly short of the millions of spectators who watch broadcast presidential announcements.