Jeff Monson closes business in Russia

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Jeff Monson closes business in Russia

Russian journalists write that Monson supported Putin's so-called “special operation” in Ukraine and wanted to teach children in the so-called “LDNR”.

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MMA fighter Jeff Monson decided to close his business in Russia. So, back on November 17, he filed an application with the Russian tax office about “the termination of activities as an individual entrepreneur.” The Russian portal Polygon writes about this.

The publication reports that Jeff Monson registered as an entrepreneur in the Russian Federation in December 2020 in the city of Krasnogorsk. His wife Evgenia Monson stated that he wanted to open a network of sports schools. However, now the woman refused to comment on her husband's decision to journalists.

In addition, as previously reported by the Russian media RIA Novosti, Monson wanted to open children's sports schools in the so-called “LDNR”.

“We hope to open a lot of schools. Not one, not two, but many schools for children “Free schools. Schools of children's sports development and schools of martial arts and martial arts, in Donetsk. Let's start from here, and then in Luhansk,” Monson said.

Jeff Monson closes business in Russia

Jeff Monson closes business in Russia

Who is Jeff Monson?

Jeff Monson is an American athlete, MMA fighter. He was engaged in wrestling and Brazilian jiu-jitsu. Former contender for the UFC Heavyweight Championship. Then he received Russian citizenship. After 2018, he began to engage in political activities in the Russian Federation. Member of the Council of Deputies of the city district of Krasnogorsk since September 9, 2018.