Report: Khabib Nurmagomedov Owes Russian Government $3 Million Of Unpaid Taxes

"The Eagle" is taking on a huge challenge as a businessman.

Khabib Nurmagomedov Owes Tax
Khabib Nurmagomedov Owes Tax - Image credit @khabib_nurmagomedov Instagram
  • Khabib Nurmagomedov is being accused by the Russian government of not paying taxes
  • “The Eagle” reportedly owes his country’s tax federation $3 million

Khabib Nurmagomedov reportedly owes the Russian government millions of dollars due to unpaid tax.

Khabib has a big problem

Nurmagomedov is facing a massive tax debt of 306 million rubles, equivalent to around $3.3 million, according to reports from various media outlets, including Mash, Russian Today, and Big News Network.

Due to this financial obligation, multiple bank accounts linked to Nurmagomedov have reportedly been frozen. These include his personal account, the one belonging to his Eagle FC mixed martial arts promotion, and an account associated with his charity foundation.

The former undefeated UFC lightweight champion came under scrutiny from Russian tax authorities after transferring ownership of several of his businesses. Allegations suggest that despite Nurmagomedov stepping down, his friends and family continued to oversee these enterprises.

Following an investigation by the Russian Federal Tax Services into Nurmagomedov’s financial affairs, discrepancies in tax records were uncovered, leading to the closure of some of his businesses. That said, it is yet to be known what lies ahead of Eagle FC as an organization.

Khabib has been busy with family and business

Nurmagomedov embarked on several business endeavors shortly after his retirement. Since officially retiring in 2021, Nurmagomedov has been egged by many to make a UFC comeback. However, “The Eagle” insisted that he has been consumed by his family and business.

Nurmagomedov called it a career with a unbeaten pro MMA record of 29-0.

Published on May 12, 2024 at 12:57 pm
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