Estelle Mossely divorces Tony Yoka: her well-earned advice for managing professional career and two children


Author: Thomas Martin

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A big fan of sports, he likes to know what is hidden in the lives of athletes, but he doesn't ignore movie or singing stars either. After a long journey in the far north of Canada, he returned more determined than ever to see what was going on among the people in France and elsewhere.

In the interview for “Paris Match”, Estelle Mossely reveals herself as rarely. The boxer intends to bring home a medal at the Olympic Games in Paris this year, and for that she has planned everything regarding the two boys she had with her son Tony Yoko.

Estelle Mossely divorces Tony Yoka: her well-earned advice for managing professional career and two children

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These are surely her last Olympics, and Estelle Mossely is counting them succeed. Eight years after the gold medal at the Rio Olympics, just like her companion at the time Tony Yoka, she hopes to repeat the same feat this summer, but at home in Paris. Despite a very tiring sports career and a busy schedule, the native of Créteil (Val-de-Marne) managed to have two adorable boys, 6-and-a-half-year-old Ali and 3-and-a-half-year-old Magomed. The two children she shares custody of with the famous boxer, with whom she was married from January 2018 to November 2021.

While she prepares at Insep (National Institute of Sport, Expertise and Performance) near Paris, these two boys are never far from Estelle Mossely. “Since childhood, they have seen the gloves in the living room, reproduced the gestures and sometimes asked me: 'Mom, can we play boxing?', although at the moment they are more interested in fencing,” confides to us, who was widely criticized for her attitude towards Miss France 2024, in an interview given to Paris Match, in the February 15 issue. A few months before her most important deadline of the year, the 31-year-old boxer must organize herself as best as possible to ensure intensive training and education for Ali and Magomed.

Estelle Mossely and her “ecosystem”

In order to survive, Tonya Yoka's ex relies on her “ecosystem,” as she calls it. “A big house with my parents upstairs. Whenever I'm out of town, when the kids aren't with their dad, they go to their grandparents,” she explains, before saying more about his typical day lately: “The day starts at 7 a.m. . After breakfast, I drive them to school. Then I go to training and then take a nap. I pick them up at 4:30 p.m. and look after them until 8 p.m., when I get them ready for bed. I return to training by 10 p.m., a nanny regularly helps me, during the day or on weekends.”

His great sacrifice for the Olympic Games in Paris

An organization that suits Estelle Mossely, whose ex Tony Yoka has found love again with Chloé, even as she prepares to make an important sacrifice for the Olympics. “A month before the Games, I'm going to have to put myself in my bubble, separate myself from my children even though I don't want to be away from them for more than a week. But if that's the price to pay to win the Olympics for the medals in front of my eyes, it's hellish motive!”, he concludes.

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