In an unexpected turn of events, Triple H, WWE's head of creative, expressed his enthusiasm to guide Elon Musk in the squared circle. This comes in the aftermath of a social media exchange suggesting a potential showdown between Musk, Tesla's enigmatic CEO, and Mark Zuckerberg, the head of Meta Platforms.
This surprising proposition started as seemingly casual banter between the two tech titans but has since snowballed into talks of a full-fledged battle. Each day brings fresh speculation. Is it a well-crafted publicity stunt or an earnest proposition? UFC President Dana White believes it's the latter.
Musk Chooses WWE Combat Style
Known for his quirky online demeanor, Musk didn't miss the chance to stir the pot further. He pointedly mentioned WWE as his chosen mode of combat during this anticipated clash. "Am going with @WWE as my fighting style," tweeted Musk, with an accompanying video from WWE's marquee event, SummerSlam, making his intentions transparent.
That tweet caught the attention of none other than Triple H, who was quick to offer his expertise. "Say the word, @elonmusk. I know a thing or two about making an X sign," he tweeted in response, ensuring that the pro wrestling community was all ears.
However, the dialogue between the two titans - one from the world of electric vehicles and the other from the realm of professional wrestling - ended ambiguously. Musk responded to Triple H with two fiery emojis, leaving fans guessing about the next step.
Amidst this intriguing exchange, Triple H has had his plate full. Post the SummerSlam event, he revealed during a press conference that Brock Lesnar went "off script" in his match against Cody Rhodes, a revelation that has sent shockwaves throughout the wrestling community.
Additionally, Triple H is juggling the aftermath of an injury to Sonya Deville and the ensuing ramifications on the Women’s Tag Team Championship scenario. Whether this Musk-Zuckerberg face-off is just smoke and mirrors or an actual impending event remains uncertain. But one thing's for sure: the world will be watching closely.