Garry Tonon is one of the most promising fighters currently in the world of Mixed Martial Arts. The fighter has taken on and defeated all of his opponents so far, and having started in a promotion like One Championship has come across some of the top competition across the world. His impressive performance, added to all of his fights having finishes instead of decisions has only added to his building legacy.
Last 5 Fights of Garry Tonon
|Win||Yoshiki Nakahara||ONE Championship – Enter the Dragon||Submission (Heel Hook)||1||0:55|
|Win||Anthony Engelen||ONE Championship – A New Era||TKO (Punches)||1||4:12|
|Win||Sung Jong Lee||ONE Championship – Heart of the Lion||Submission (Guillotine Choke)||2||2:04|
|Win||Rahul K. Raju||ONE Championship – Reign of Kings||Submission (Rear Naked Choke)||3||3:27|
|Win||Richard Corminal||ONE Championship – Iron Will||TKO (Punches and Elbows)||2||3:40|
Garry Tonon Statistics
Gym/ Team/ Association
Team Renzo Gracie, Evolve MMA and Brunswick BJJ
Garry ‘the Lion Killer’ Tonon
Date of Birth
12 – 9 – 1991
Brunswick, New Jersey, United States of America.
Current Professional MMA Record
5 – 0 – 0 (Win – Loss – Draw)
Current Professional MMA Streak
Win Method Ratio
(KO/ TKO : Submission : Decision) – 40 : 60 : 0
Garry Tonon Biography
Garry Tonnon is a current One Championship MMA Fighter.Debuting against Richard Corminal at One Championship – Iron Will in March of 2018, he has found levels of success in his career so far.
Since March of last year, he has entered the fighting ring 5 times and won each encounter.
He defeated Rahul Raju and Sung Jong Lee in 2018. In 2019, he has already fought 2 times, with a fight in March where he defeated Anthony Engelen at One Championship – A New Era and then most recently Yoshiki Nakahara at One Championship – Enter the Dragon on the 17th of May.
Gary Tonnon has become known for his skills and prowess at being able to submit his opponents without as much effort as one would think. He sank in a heel hook in his fight against Nakahara and won in a matter of 55 seconds, which is an amazing feat for anyone in the world.