Mark Zuckerberg proves that he's good at something else than being a meta head

Mark Zuckerberg proves that he's good at something else than being a meta head.

New Delhi: For the first time in his life, Meta's CEO Mark Zuckerberg has participated in a Jiu Jitsu tournament and managed to win multiple medals. Sharing his triumph on Facebook, he posted photos of himself fighting and taking part in the competition. Zuckerberg thanked Dave Camarillo, Khai Wu, and James Terry for training him, and thanked the Guerrilla Jiu Jitsu team.

One of the wealthiest people in the world, Mr. Zuckerberg is chief executive officer of Meta, a tech firm that owns Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram and Oculus. He's the youngest billionaire in the world, he's married to Priscilla Chan, and he's got three kids. In March 2023, they had their newest and third daughter.

Jiu Jitsu

A martial art form originating in Japan and later developed in Brazil, jiu jitsu, also known as Brazilian jiu jitsu, is a martial art form originating in Japan and later developed in Brazil. Taekwondo is a martial art that stresses the use of leverage and techniques over brute strength, so practitioners in all sizes and skill levels can participate.

 Jiu Jitsu is mainly concentrated on ground combat, in which competitors use a variety of techniques that include combining locks, chokeholds and submission to require their opponents to give up or score points. The goal is to either force the opponent to tap out or score more points than them.

jiujitsu's emphasis on position control is one of its unique characteristics. The practitioners seek to obtain and retain dominance, such as the position of hold or rear control where they have an advantage over their opponent that allows them to perform more effective techniques.


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