29 | 5’10″ | Ewa Beach, Hawaii | 10-0 | 7 Finishes | 3 KO/TKO, 4 Submissions (RNC, Arm-Triangle) | Combined Opponents’ Record: 85-30-3 | Best Win – Eduard Folayang (12-2)
Lowen Tynanes made his return back to the cage in January of last year after almost a three-year layoff. That fight in January would be his last of the year due to a rheumatic disease known as spondyloarthritis. Tynanes is currently signed with ONE Championship but his contract status is unknown. His last eight fights have been under the ONE banner so if his contract hasn’t been renewed he may become a free agent this year sometime.
Growing up Tynanes was a wrestler, where he succeeded as a two-time state wrestling champion. The Hawaii native has been dominating his foes and it has mainly come from his wrestling and the work he does on top. Once on the mat, he’s shown to have a superb jiu-jitsu base and good ground-and-pound. He transitions well, and his positional grappling is outstanding.