UFC champs react to Achraf Hakimi divorce during which his wife learned he owns ‘nothing’

The recent news of the divorce between  the Paris Saint-Germain full-back, and his wife, Hiba Abouk, has created quite a buzz.

The divorce proceedings were starters after Hakimi was accused by a woman of SA. The alleged assault took place  while Abouk was away with their children. However, the news that Abouk will not receive a part of her ex-husband’s fortune has added a new twist to the story.

While the news has created a stir in Spain, France, and Morocco, it has also been revealed that Abouk will not receive any part of her ex-husband’s fortune.

Abouk asked for half of Hakimi’s assets and fortune, but she was surprised to learn that he has nothing in his name.

The French magazine First Mag reported that all of Hakimi’s salary and wealth is registered under his mother’s name, Mrs. Fatima, who has been receiving his wages on her bank account for several years.

Hakimi’s Assets and Wealth News 24/7 reported that Hakimi’s “Millionaire” husband owns nothing in his name.

All his property is registered under his mother’s name. Hakimi receives €1 Million from PSG monthly, but 80% of this is deposited in his mother’s account.

He has no property, cars, houses, jewelry, or even clothes in his name. Whenever he wants anything, he asks his mother, who buys it for him.

Reactions to the News The news of Hakimi’s divorce and his assets being registered under his mother’s name has attracted many reactions.

Former UFC champion Francis Ngannou praised Hakimi for securing his assets in his mother’s name, calling it a “master class.” He noted that it was a smart move by the PSG star, complimenting him on his intelligence.

Israel Adesanya, the Nigerian-New Zealand mixed martial artist, also weighed in on the news with a heart and chess piece emoji.

This has caused a stir, with reactions pouring in from all sides. It remains to be seen whether there will be any new developments in the divorce proceedings as the PSG midfielder seems to have taken a step ahead in securing his assets.