Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook, seems to be a man of many talents. Recently, the tech mogul participated in his first jiu-jitsu tournament and won gold and silver medals there. He took to social media to share the news alongside a carousel of photos from the momentous event.
He wrote on Instagram: “I participated in my first jiu jitsu tournament and won medals for the Guerrilla Jiu Jitsu team. Thanks to @davecamarillo @khaiwu @intense0ne for training me!”
In some photos, Mr Zuckerbeg is seen wearing the white training uniform while taking on the players. In another photo, he is also seen posing with a group of people.
Since being shared, her post has amassed over 1.5 lakh likes and several comments.
“that’s awesome, congratulations,” said one user.
“Honored to referee your matches. Warrior. Congratulations,” another person said.
A third person commented, “Welcome to Obsession.”
“Jiu Jitsu changes lives!!!! Good for you!!!” noticed another person.
It was reported last September that he had undergone mixed martial arts (MMA) training and his trainer described him as a “silent killer” in the ring. The billionaire had posted a video on his official Instagram account in which he is seen training with Khai Wu, a professional mixed martial artist and black belt in jiu-jitsu. The Facebook co-founder described Mr. Wu as his sparring partner at the time.
“You would never expect these guys to be able to take you down. The next thing you know is that they attack you with these extremely technical moves. You don’t know that nerd is a silent killer,” Wu said of the tycoon at the time.
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