Mark Zuckerberg won a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tournament

Even though none of us know Mark Zuckerberg personally, doesn't it just feel like he's sort of off? Again, no "shade"- to use the modern parlance- intended, but there's something irrepressibly unsettling about Zuckerberg. The low-hanging fruit that people usually harvest for a quick gag is the plethora of strange and seemingly inhuman behaviors Zuckerberg exhibits every thirty seconds. However, mocking his peculiar and oddly robotic mannerisms is only one half of the equation. The other half relates to the multi-billion dollar company that Zuckerberg wields with the finesse of a toddler hopped up on Pop rocks and Coca-Cola.

But if Zuckerberg lacks finesse in protecting people's privacy, there's one area of life where the Meta founder is profoundly skilled, and it's in the world of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. In a story that would make a time traveler from 2010's head explode, Mark Zuckerberg just won gold and silver medals for his accomplishments in a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tournament.

According to a story from Jitsmag, Mark Zuckerberg competed in the white belt master's two division of the currently unnamed tournament. Zuckerberg looked to display head control with a snap down in a nogi match and secured a mounted kimura in a gi match. Flanked by coach Dave Camarillo of Guerilla Jiu-Jitsu, the 38-year old secured a gold and silver medal for his performances.

The tech mogul expressed his gratitude to his trainers and team members in the post, which received over 240,000 likes and several comments.