Mark Zuckerberg Shows Off His MMA Skills In New VIRAL Video; Facebook CEO Throws Powerful Kicks And Punches-WATCH!

Mark Zuckerberg on a recent episode of ‘The Joe Rogan Experience’, revealed that he became passionate about mixed martial arts (MMA) during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Mark Zuckerberg Shows Off His MMA Skills In New VIRAL Video; Facebook CEO Throws Powerful Kicks And Punches-WATCH!
Brainiacs trying their hands at combat sports like Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) are becoming quite a common phenomenon these days. 

Joining the long list of tech giant CEOs, Zuckerberg was caught on camera throwing kicks and punches ahead of a fight. Meta chief on Saturday posted a video of him sweating out with one of his training partners, Khai Wu, commonly known as “The Shadow” ahead of his debut on UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) Fight Pass.

For the unversed, UFC is an American subscription-based video streaming service on the combat sports action.


“One of my training partners, Khai Wu, is making his UFC Fight Pass debut tonight. Go get it Khai and looking forward to a great fight!” Zuckerberg captioned the video he shared on Instagram.

Sharing the video on his Instagram handle, Mark Zuckerberg wrote, “One of my training partners, Khai Wu, is making his UFC Fight Pass debut tonight. Go get it Khai and looking forward to a great fight!” 

Interestingly, Zuckerberg, on a recent episode of ‘The Joe Rogan Experience', revealed that he became passionate about mixed martial arts (MMA) during the COVID-19 pandemic.


“I basically collected a bunch of recommendations, ran them by a bunch of people that I know,” Zuckerberg said. “I ended up training with this guy Dave Camarillo, (of) Gorilla Jiu Jitsu. He’s awesome, super nice guy. I feel like I’m learning a ton.

“The crazy thing is I don’t know. It really is the best sport. The question isn’t, ‘How did I get into it?’ It’s, ‘How did I not know about it until just now?’ From the very first session that I did, like five minutes in, I was like, ‘Where has this been my whole life?’ All right. My mom made me do three varsity sports and my life took a wrong turn when I chose to do fencing competitively instead of wrestling in high school or something.”

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