top of page

Mark Zuckerberg's MMA trainer joins PFL



Khai Wu, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg's lead MMA trainer, has joined the PFL roster and might make his debut by the end of 2023.


Wu's signing was revealed by the PFL on Monday. Wu has recently taught Zuckerberg kickboxing and other MMA techniques. Wu is holding pads for Zuckerberg as he practises MMA, according to video that Zuckerberg has shared.


Wu has a 7-4 record in professional mixed martial arts, including a victory over Kimbert Alintozon in February. Throughout his career, he has competed in promotions including Bellator, CCW, and WOTD.


Wu made his professional MMA debut in February 2018 at RFC Way of the Dragon 1, winning by first-round knockout. The majority of his MMA fights have been at the bantamweight division, and he'll probably compete in the PFL at featherweight.


In part because of Wu's instruction, Zuckerberg has grown to appreciate MMA over time. He recently took first place in his first event and is a skilled Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner.


By the end of the year, Wu anticipates competing in the PFL for the first time, possibly on the PFL Championships schedule. In recent days, the league has also signed notable prospects like Solomon Renfro.

Comments


bottom of page