Lowen Tynanes fights are few and far between because the Hawaiian has had a series of issues with his health. But he will be back in action at ONE on Prime Video 6 and is set to take on Dae Sung Park in Manila.
Tynanes (10-1) will be returning to the scene of his greatest triumph. In 2012 he was virtually unknown when the URCC decided to hand him a lightweight title shot against Eduard Folayang in the newly opened MOA Arena.
It was only Tynanes’s second pro fight but he dominated the Filipino, securing a second round stoppage and earning himself a ONE Championship contract in the process. But due to a combination of injury and illness he has only fought twice in the last six years.
Park (11-3) enjoyed success with ONE Warrior Series before signing with ONE Championship. The aggressive Korean saw his five fight winning streak snapped by Abraão Amorim at ONE 156 recently.
LIVE RESULTS – Fight 8: Lowen Tynanes beats Koji Ando by Decision (Unanimous) at 5:00 of round 3 #ONEFightNight pic.twitter.com/49l0fod9f3
— ONE Championship (@ONEChampionship) April 15, 2016
Two undefeated champions will go head to head at ONE on Prime Video 5. Reinier de Ridder and Anatoly Malykhin will face off with the former putting his light heavyweight title on the line.
De Ridder holds the middleweight and light heavyweight belts. He had been talking about moving up to heavyweight in order to challenge for a third title.
But instead Malykhin will be moving down. He weighed in at 108.75kgs for his last fight which was at heavyweight so will need to lose just over 6kgs as well as passing hydration tests in order to challenge for de Ridder’s title.
Malykhin holds the interim heavyweight title. He had been set to take on regular champion Arjan Bhullar and that fight was booked for ONE 161 but the Canadian appears to be injured.
16-0! 👑 Reinier de Ridder puts Vitaly Bigdash to SLEEP with an inverted triangle to retain his ONE Middleweight World Title!#ONE159 | https://t.co/eBUfsODAFL pic.twitter.com/YDbzk92pGM
— ONE Championship (@ONEChampionship) July 22, 2022
Pound for pound
As previously announced Superbon Banchamek, who has established himself as the best pound for pound kickboxer on the planet after beating Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong, Giorgio Petrosyan and Marat Grigorian, will be defending his title at ONE on Prime Video 5. He puts the featherweight kickboxing title on the line against Chingiz Allazov.
The fight was originally scheduled for ONE on Prime Video 2 but was scrapped after both men ended up getting injured. It will pit the reigning champion against the newly crowned featherweight Grand Prix winner.
Allazov beat Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong by decision in the Grand Prix final at ONE: ‘X’. He stopped both his previous opponents in the opening round during the tournament.
Superbon will go down in history as the man who shocked the world by knocking out Giorgio Petrosyan. He finished the two time K-1 Max champion with a head kick at ONE: First Strike’:
What. A. KNOCKOUT! Superbon 🇹🇭 SLEEPS Giorgio Petrosyan with a second-round head kick to become the first-ever ONE Featherweight Kickboxing World Champion! 😱 #ONEFirstStrike #WeAreONE #ONEChampionship pic.twitter.com/rQzZqEswSx
— ONE Championship (@ONEChampionship) October 15, 2021
As previously announced Roberto Soldic will make his long awaited ONE Championship debut on December 2nd. The Croatian welterweight will take on Murad Ramazanov in Manila.
The fight is set for the MOA Arena and will take place on December 3rd which is Saturday morning (local time). Soldic was one of the most sought after free agents in the sport when his contract with KSW expired earlier this year.
The Croatian was signed up by ONE Championship and looks set to be a serious contender in the welterweight division.
Roberto Soldic's ONE debut is LOCKED IN 🤩 He faces Murad Ramazanov on December 2 at #ONEonPrimeVideo5!@Soldic_MMA #WeAreONE #ONEChampionship pic.twitter.com/ntHPhQxb1Q
— ONE Championship (@ONEChampionship) October 1, 2022
Denice Zamboanga will be fighting in Manila for the first time since 2018. The Filipina has been booked to take on Lin Heqin at ONE on Prime Video 5.
Zamboanga has not won a fight in over two years. She was promised an atomweight title shot but missed out after champion Angela Lee became pregnant.
Instead Zamboanga had to settle for a spot in the atomweight Grand Prix and was eliminated by Seo Hee Ham. That decision was so controversial that an immediate rematch was ordered but the result was the same, albeit this time the Korean won much more clearly.
Heqin has won two fights out of four since signing for ONE Championship. She holds wins over Bi Nguyen and Jomary Torres and her last fight was very close with Itsuki Hirata claiming a narrow decision win.
Meanwhile Allycia Rodrigues and Janet Todd will finally fight at ONE on Prime Video 5. The fight has been several years in the making and will have the undisputed atomweight Muay Thai title on the line.
Rodrigues is the regular champion while Todd holds the interim belt. The Brazilian has been out of action for nearly two years after becoming pregnant and giving birth to her first son.
Meanwhile Todd currently holds the atomweight kickboxing and interim Muay Thai titles. The American has won her last seven ONE Championship fights and will be looking to follow in the footsteps of Stamp Fairtex by becoming an undisputed two sport champion.
Rodrigues is back at Phuket Fight Club to prepare for her first title defence. She appears to have been there for nearly three months after returning to Brazil for the birth of her boy:
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Eduard Folayang finally has an opponent confirmed for ONE on Prime Video 5. The Filipino will be taking on Edson Barboza at the MOA Arena on December 3rd.
Folayang had initially been slated to take on Yoshihiro Akiyama next month. But the Japanese veteran turned down the fight according to reports in the Philippines.
Folayang (22-12) has lost his last four MMA fights. But he did defeat John Wayne Parr in a Muay Thai fight at ONE: ‘X’ earlier this year.
Marquez (10-2) recently scored his first ONE Championship win at the third attempt. He beat Kyung Rok Kim by decision having been stopped on both his previous fights for the promotion.
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Kade Ruotolo will be making the first defence of his lightweight submission grappling title at ONE on Prime Video 5. The American has been booked to take on promotional newcomer Matheus Gabriel in Manila on December 2nd.
Ruotolo won the belt by submitting Uali Kurzhev with a heel hook at ONE on Prime Video 3. He also won the ADCC World Championships earlier this year, competing in the 170lbs division.
Gabriel won the IBJJF World Championships as a featherweight in 2019 and a lightweight in 2021. He comes into this contest on the back of a seven match winning streak.
🚨 BREAKING 🚨 Kade Ruotolo is BACK in U.S. primetime on December 2! His first World Title challenger? IBJJF World Champion Matheus Gabriel! 🥋 pic.twitter.com/8P4JCNE8B1
— ONE Championship (@ONEChampionship) November 11, 2022
The event is set for the MOA Arena in Manila on December 3rd which will be a Saturday morning (local time). It will be broadcast live by Amazon Prime on Friday night in the US.
Later in the day ONE 164 will take place in the same venue. That card will be headlined by a strawweight grudge match between champion Joshua Pacio and challenger Joshua Brooks.
ONE on Prime Video 5, Manila, December 3rd
Reinier de Ridder (c) vs. Anatoly Malykhin (For light heavyweight title)
Muay Thai: Allycia Rodrigues (c) vs. Janet Todd (For atomweight title)
Kickboxing: Superbon Banchamek (c) vs. Chingiz Allazov (For featherweight title)
Submission Grappling: Kade Ruotolo (c) vs. Matheus Gabriel (For lightweight title)
Roberto Soldic vs. Murad Ramazanov (Welterweight)
Eduard Folayang vs. Edson Marquez (Lightweight)
Dae Sung Park vs. Lowen Tynanes (Lightweight)
Muay Thai: Amber Kitchen vs. Jackie Buntan (Strawweight)
Denice Zamboanga vs. Lin Heqin (Atomweight)