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MMA veteran Jeff Monson wants to become a fighter against corruption in Russia

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Jeff Monson, the legendary American fighter of the mixed single combats, and also the repeated world champion in JIU-jitsu and a grappling, having received the Russian passport, decided to become the fighter against corruption.

The athlete said about his plans to fight corruption, taking a post in the Parliament of Krasnogorsk: “the Russian government has corruption in the us government has corruption. It’s everywhere. And, of course, I want to fight it,” RIA Novosti reports.

Jeff Monson explained that he feels at home in our country and therefore wants to make Russia as great as possible: “I Think the best way to fight corruption is not to be a part of it, to work with children, and to set the right example for them.”

Monson received a Russian passport on Russia Day-June 12, 2018. He noted that ” people in Russia understand how much he wants to live and develop here.” In his opinion, that’s why he quickly became a citizen.

The citizenship of our country is also held by boxer Roy Jones Jr., American snowboarder Vic Wilde.