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Zuckerberg Fight Odds Include Celebs, Execs and Politicians

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Sep/06/2022

(Panama City) - Jeff Bezos is jacked, Ari Emanuel has a six-pack and now videos of Mark Zuckerberg sparring with this MMA trainer are appearing on Twitter.

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That's right, gone are the days of beefy billionaires. Now, they are just getting buff.

"I think the pandemic and work from home really created the opportunity for C-Suite executives to focus on their fitness," Mark Cuban recently said.

SportsBetting.ag has created odds for Zuckerberg's opponent following the viral tweet of him fighting in a gym.

Cuban, who doesn't seem to be interested in getting ripped like some of his billionaire brethren, has the lowest odds at 20-1.

Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos are darkhorses with 50-1 odds, while current and former presidents, Joe Biden and Donald Trump, have the longest odds on the board.

Mark Zuckerberg MMA Opponent Odds

 

Mark Cuban                20-1

Ashton Kutcher           22-1

Charlie Hunnam          22-1

Nick Jonas                   22-1

Guy Ritchie                  25-1

Joe Rogan                    25-1

Logan Paul                  25-1

Mario Lopez                25-1

Snoop Dogg                25-1

Wiz Khalifa                  28-1

Jason Statham            33-1

Tom Hardy                  33-1

Will Smith                   33-1

Chris Pratt                   40-1

Kelly Slater                  40-1

Elon Musk                   50-1

Jeff Bezos                    50-1

Mark Ballas                 50-1

Scott Eastwood           50-1

Jay Glazer                    66-1

Jonah Hill                    66-1

Jake Paul                     100-1

Justin Bieber               100-1

Kevin James                100-1

Ed O'Neill                    250-1

Donald Trump             999-1

Joe Biden                    1000-1

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