Mark Zuckerberg leaves wife fuming as he tears up garden to build his own OCTAGON amid talk of MMA fight… – The Sun

MARK ZUCKERBERG has left his wife fuming after tearing up his garden to build his own OCTAGON.
The Facebook founder took his MMA training up a level ahead of a possible fight.
Zuckerberg is a passionate UFC fan and he could potentially go head-to-head against Twitter owner Elon Musk in a huge celebrity billionaire bout.
Earlier this week, he installed an octagon in his garden – seemingly without getting his wife Priscilla Chan's approval.
Zuckerberg shared text messages between the couple as he told her "it looks awesome" and "we have plenty of yard space."
Priscilla seemed less pleased, replying: "I have been working on that grass for two years."
The billionaire attached a poll and asked followers if he should keep the octagon or save the grass.
Zuckerberg has previously trained with UFC stars Alexander Volkanovski and Israel Adesanya.
And now welterweight fighter and Brazilian jui-jitsu ace Gilbert Burns has invited himself over for a session in the garden-turned-octagon.
He said in response to the post: "I'm coming."
Zuckerberg replied: "Would love to train with you sometime."
Meanwhile, potential rival Musk has practised with retired legend Georges St-Pierre.
UFC chief Dana White is hoping to make the social media supremos fight a reality.
White said: "This would be the biggest fight ever in the history of the world, bigger than anything that’s ever been done.
“It would break all pay-per-view records.”
Discussing how likely the fight is to happen, White added: “Zuckerberg takes this very serious, man."
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