HomeOneCanadian Fighter 'Vanilla Thunder' Ben Tynan Dominates in ONE Championship Debut

Canadian Fighter ‘Vanilla Thunder’ Ben Tynan Dominates in ONE Championship Debut

Read about Canadian fighter Ben Tynan’s dominant debut in ONE Championship and his upcoming fight against Australia’s Duke Didier. Get all the details on the heavyweight division’s rising star.

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Ben Tynan vs. Kang Ji Won Victory by third-round submission

Canadian fighter Ben Tynan, also known as ‘Vanilla Thunder’, made an impressive debut in ONE Championship by defeating South Korean slugger Kang Ji Won. Tynan showcased his exceptional wrestling skills and secured a victory via third-round submission. He has now set his sights on becoming one of the biggest names in the organization. Tynan’s next fight is against Australia’s Duke Didier at ONE Fight Night 21: Eersel vs. Nicolas.

The heavyweight division in ONE Championship is filled with talented fighters, and the latest addition to the mix is Canadian sensation Ben Tynan, also known as ‘Vanilla Thunder’. Tynan made his promotional debut in November 2023 against South Korean slugger Kang Ji Won. Utilizing his exceptional wrestling skills, Tynan dominated the fight and secured a victory by third-round submission.

Tynan’s performance was nothing short of impressive, and it left a lasting impression on ONE Championship fans. In a recent interview with the organization, Tynan boldly proclaimed himself as the next great heavyweight in ONE Championship.

According to Tynan, this is just the beginning of something big. Despite not having the same recognition or hype as other fighters in the division, he is confident that within the next year, he will become one of the biggest names in the company.

Tynan’s upcoming fight in ONE Championship is against Australia’s Duke Didier. This will be his second bout in the organization, and he aims to prove himself once again on the global stage of martial arts competition. The fight is scheduled to take place at ONE Fight Night 21: Eersel vs. Nicolas, which will be broadcasted live on Prime Video from the Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand on Friday, April 5th.

Fans in the United States and Canada can watch the event live and free with an active Amazon Prime Video subscription.