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Meta founder Mark Zuckerberg recently made an unexpected guest appearance on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast, but still managed to keep things lively with a lively discussion on virtual reality (VR) and jujitsu.

Rogan applauded Zuck for participating in a jiu-jitsu competition over the past weekend and earning both gold and silver medals to impress martial artists everywhere.


Facebook may be one of the world’s most beloved social networking platforms, yet it remains not without controversy. Mark Zuckerberg himself has been embroiled in multiple legal proceedings while critics have highlighted its potentially divisive effect on politics.

UFC commentator and podcast host Rashad Evans recently interviewed Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg on his 2 Bears 1 Cave podcast. During their conversation, the pair touched upon various subjects including Facebook’s recent Virtual Reality headset release as well as his pursuit of Jiujitsu training.

Rogan quizzed Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg about his responsibility to control the flow of information, to which the latter replied that Facebook empowers individuals to express themselves freely and then quickly switched the subject matter over to Elon Musk’s brain-chip company, Neuralink.

The two discussed how computers could connect directly with human brains, which would enable faster and more accurate processing of information. Zuckerberg acknowledged that this technology is in its infancy but predicted its mass deployment within decades. They also discussed artificial intelligence’s future potential to cause ethical concerns.


Instagram is a photo and video-sharing social media app owned by Meta Platforms that enables users to edit their posts with filters, organize their posts with hashtags, share their location in posts and more. Instagram has experienced several controversies since it first debuted, such as its censorship of photos that didn’t violate company policies as well as being criticized for its algorithm that determines timeline photos’ order of appearance.

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Mark Zuckerberg recently appeared on comedian and podcast host Joe Rogan’s The Joe Rogan Experience to discuss virtual reality’s future and share his love of jiu-jitsu; even competing in his first tournament and winning silver and gold medals!

The two discussed how difficult it can be to balance our lives in today’s information-saturated world, noting how important it is not to get too absorbed by one area or distracted by new innovations. They also talked about Elon Musk’s Neuralink brain chip and its progress; although “normal people” likely won’t need one for at least another decade.


As CEO of an international tech giant that controls billions of people, Mark Zuckerberg must undoubtedly find his job taxing. Joe Rogan recently asked Mark on his podcast how stressful his job was and he replied it feels like every morning “someone punches me in the stomach”.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg also spoke about how Brazilian jiu-jitsu had helped him deal with stress. He recently competed in a tournament and earned several medals; and has also been seen sitting ringside at Ultimate Fighting Championship events.

He discussed his company’s plans to enter the metaverse, as well as Elon Musk’s Neuralink brain chip company. According to him, their technology isn’t advanced enough for normal people to want such implants.

Though at times stilted, Zuckerberg provided some interesting information. He revealed that the FBI advised him to monitor any potentially divisive content on his platform before the 2020 presidential election, discussed his workout regiment and stated his ambition to write his autobiography.

Oculus Rift

The Rift is a virtual reality headset designed by Samsung that lets users immerse themselves in virtual reality. Equipped with two low-persistence AMOLED displays with combined resolution of 2160×1200 and 90Hz refresh rate, its high refresh rate helps minimize screen door effects for an exceptional VR experience. It provides sharper images compared to many other VR headsets on the market today.

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Oculus features a flexible frame that conforms to each user’s head, and is covered with soft fabric that feels similar to fine denim – all designed to keep condensation to an absolute minimum while accommodating for various interpupillary distances and interpupillary distance variations. Furthermore, Oculus will introduce new face plates designed to accommodate for a wide range of facial shapes.

The Rift offers an impressive variety of games and apps you can enjoy using it, making virtual reality accessible for virtually anyone. But its immersive qualities may not suit everyone; some people may experience discomfort or nausea while using virtual reality; if this occurs for you, take frequent breaks from using it; drinking a glass of water may help as well as going outside for fresh air.

Virtual Reality

Zuckerberg addressed some of the more contentious aspects of his company’s recent move into virtual reality in an interview with podcast host Joe Rogan. Though not giving specifics, he alluded to running social media giant Meta — responsible for moderation decisions impacting billions — being far from enjoyable.

Zuckerberg recently discussed his interest in jiu-jitsu and competed in his first competition over the weekend, winning both silver and gold medals. The usually reserved billionaire complimented himself on “being such an animal” as well as feeling like an “animal instinct.”

Rogan then quizzed Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg on its approach to censorship. Zuckerberg deflected Rogan’s question by asserting that Facebook empowers its users to express themselves freely while working with third parties to monitor content for harmful or misleading material. Zuckerberg acknowledged his company limited reach of an article regarding Hunter Biden during the Covid-19 pandemic which many perceived as political censorship but since been clarified that only misinformation can spread on Facebook.