LIAM “HITMAN” HARRISON | Xposer Magazine




Location: Leeds, England

  • He has appeared on the Joe Rogan Experience.
  • He claimed eight Muay Thai World Titles across a variety of weight classes throughout his career.
  • Over half of Harrison’s victories have come by way of stoppage.
  • Has gone back-and-forth with Jonathan Haggerty online and during interviews.

Liam Harrison first began his athletic pursuits with soccer, and he proved talented enough to play it at a very high level in his hometown of Leeds. However, his life would change forever at the age of 13, when his cousin introduced him to Muay Thai.

Harrison fell in love with the striking art immediately, and his passion for Muay Thai was so fierce that he even left school to pursue his dreams of becoming a World Champion. By the time he was 15 years old, he had already developed a fearsome reputation for his knockout power and aggressive, high- pressure style, which earned him the “Hitman” nickname.

This tremendous success brought Harrison all over the world, where he has competed in more than 100 bouts to date.

Harrison made his ONE debut in 2018 and had a rough start having lost his first two fights. The next two left him riding back-to-back finishes which led to a World Title match against former ONE Bantamweight Muay Thai World Champion Nong-O Hama in 2022. While Harrison looked his best, he suffered an injury that put him on the sidelines.

Harrison will make his return against Katsuki Kitano at ONE 167: Stamp vs. Zamboanga on Prime Video. Three months later, he gets his dream match against Seksan at ONE 168: Denver, which could be a fight of the year contender.