Andrew Tate offers to train Musk for Cage match challenge against Meta’s Zuckerberg

Former kickboxer Andrew Tate has extended an offer to train Elon Musk for his highly anticipated cage match against Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.

This unexpected twist comes as retaliation for Tate’s ban from Meta’s social media platforms, which he believes was a consequence of his outspoken views on vaccines. Seeking to restore honor, Tate expressed his willingness to prepare Musk for the impending clash, assuring him of victory.

Tate is unlikely to be able to leave Romania for a very longtime because his trial alone can take years. Both him and his brother are on house arrest at the moment.

It’s worth noting that Tate himself is currently facing trial in Romania on charges related to a number of very serious charges.

It’s worth noting that Elon Musk previously issued a challenge to Vladimir Putin for a cage match when the War in Ukraine began. In support of Musk, Joe Rogan acknowledged his physical advantage, highlighting Musk’s substantial stature compared to the Russian President.

Back then, Rogan backed Musk saying: “Well, Elon Musk is a strange character because first of all, he’s a very big man. Like he’s , he’s not small. And Putin is smaller than me. Elon is quite a bit bigger than me. Elon is probably six two.”

However, the same cannot be said for Mark Zuckerberg, who is considerably smaller. It is also noteworthy that Zuckerberg has recently trained with BJJ world champion Mikey Musameci, who stands at 5’7″.

Analyzing the potential matchup, it becomes evident that Musk would face a significant weight disadvantage if the clash were to transpire. While reports suggest that Musk has received previous jiu-jitsu training, his current focus revolves around maintaining fitness through dieting and the use of semaglutide.