Liam Harrison Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!
Who Is Liam Harrison?
Liam Harrison is a Muay Thai fighter who competes in the light welterweight division and is currently fighting out of Bad Company. He currently trains at both Jitti Gym as well as Yokkao Training Center in Bangkok. He was raised in the UK and grew up in his hometown of Leeds. He joined the Bad Company gym in Harehills when he began training Muay Thai at the age of 13. His current trainer Richard Smith is a former British, Commonwealth and European kickboxing champion.
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Liam made his amateur debut at the age of 14 in a no head contact bout which he won. Shortly after and right before his fifteenth birthday he made his professional debut where he defeated Martin Shivan by knockout in 30 seconds. The success in his professional career continued in the local scene and brought him to a bout for the S.I.M.T.A Northern Area title, in which he won by first round knockout against Abdut Arif.
Between the years of 2004 and 2004 Liam was able to establish himself as one of the top fighters in his weight class in the UK. He moved up from featherweight to light welterweight and at the end of 2004 he travelled to Italy to fight for the WAKO low-kick kickboxing world title. He was supposed to face reigning champion Massimo Rizzoli, however Rizolli suffered an injury and Liam faced world champion Emannuel Di Profetis instead. Liam won this fight by technical knockout to become the world champion.
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How Old Is Liam Harrison?
Born October 5, 1985, Liam Harrison is 35 years old.
Liam Harrison Family
Liam Harrison’s fiance is Kate Stables.
How Much Is Liam Harrison Worth?
Liam Harrison’s net worth is approximately $1 Million.
How Tall Is Liam Harrison?
Liam Harrison stands at 5 feet and 7.5 inches tall.
How Much Does Liam Harrison Weigh?
Liam Harrison weighs approximately 145 pounds.
Liam Harrison Fight List
Following Liam’s world champion fight in Italy he had success at home defeating Dutch kickboxer Modamd Ajou to claim the European S.I.M.T.A belt. In his next fights Harrison beat Benzouaoua Hakim, Abdoulaye M’baye, as well as Hiromasa Masuda in a rematch from there bout 2 years ago where Masuda had been undefeated since. In 2005 he made his Thai debut where he lost to Witthayanoi Sitkuanem at Rajadamnern Stadium by a split decision. This was the first defeat of his professional career.
Later that year he suffered a second consecutive loss at a highly rated Thai Stadium. Despite these two consecutive losses, Harrison went back to Thailand at the end of 2005 to continue fighting. He won his first title in Thailand after beating a much bigger opponent, claiming the Patong Stadium belt at 150 pounds. This was his first victory in Thailand, and he went on to win 5 more times in the county throughout 2006, winning the W.P.M.F light welterweight belt against reigning champion Masa Hiroshima.
In 2007 Harrison fought primarily in Thailand out of the Jitti Gym in Bangkok. He found numerous belts at highly ranked stadiums such as the Lumpinee Stadium, and was able to defend his W.P.M.F belt two times that year. While he briefly came back to the UK, he faced Nuumphon PK Sterio two times that year. He lost the first match but won the second match with a fourth round knockout, picking up his biggest victory to date and claiming the W.M.C lightweight world title. That year he was also awarded the “Leeds Sports Federation Sportsman of the Year” award.
In 2008 Harrison primarily fought out of his hometown of Leeds at Bad Company. He had numerous wins over several high level opponents, and he was able to hold on to his W.M.C lightweight world title after stopping Sarmsamut Kiatchongkao in June of that year. Harrison lost by decision to Saenchai Sor Kingstar in London in 2009. He then headed to Jamaica to fight Anuwat Kaewsamrit who he lost to by TKo, losing his W.M.C world title.
The next year Harrison was able to avenge his loss against Anuwat, defeating him by anonymous decision. In 2011 Harrison had 2 rematch bouts against opponents who had both defeated him in the past. He lost both of these matches to Saenchai Sor Kingstar and Petaswin Seatranferry. Harrison beat Andrei Kulegin in 2013 in round 3 by TKO with kicks.
Harrison lost to Saenchai for the third time in 2012 at Muay Thai Warriors by unanimous decision. He then lost to Mosab Amrani at Glory 5: London in March 2013 due to a KO from a liver punch in the first round. While competing at Glory 8: Tokyo-2013, he lost to Masaaki Noiri by a second round TKO in the quarterfinals. He then lost to Sagetdao Petpayathai in the semi-finals of Max Muay Thai 3 in China in 2013 by a decision. Harrison was scheduled to face Greg Wootton at The Main Event in Bolton in 2014, however the fight never ended up happening.
Following his four fight losing streak, he defeated Dylan Salvador at The Main Event 2013 in England by unanimous decision. He was set for a fight against Damien Alamos for his debut for Yokkao in March 2014, but Alamos withdrew from the fight due to an injury. He was replaced by Houcine Bennoui, who he defeated during their five round bout.
In more recent years, Harrison signed a non-exclusive deal with ONE Championship to fight in ONE Super Series Muay Thai. He lost his first two bouts but one his third against Mohammed Bin Mahmoud by a knockout in the first round. In July 2018 Harrison faced Charlie Peters, and this was considered to be “the biggest domestic Muay Thai fight in history”. Harrison had been the current number one rank while Peters was ranked number two. Harrison lost this fight by decision.
Liam Harrison Best Fight Of All Time
Liam Harrison’s best fight of all time is widely considered to be his second fight against Anuwat Kaewsamrit. Liam had previously lost to Anuwat which caused him to lose his W.M.C world title. Their rematch in March 2010 was an exciting back and forth bout that went all five rounds. Liam ended up winning this fight by unanimous decision, gaining revenge against one of the hardest opponents he has ever fought against.
Who Did Liam Harrison Lose To?
Liam Harrison has lost to Witthayanoi Sitkuanem, Duwao Kongudom, Petchaek Sor Suwanphakdee, Gupi Wor Suthira, Numphon PK Sterio. Saenchai Sor Kingstar, Anuwat Kaewsamrit, Saggetdao Phetpayathai, Petaswin Seatranferry, Mohamed Khamal, Mosab Amrani, Masaaki Noiri, Singdam Kiatmoo, Fabio Pinca, Bobo Sacko, Charlie Peters, Phetmorakot Wor Sangprapai, and Rodlek Jaotalaytong.
Liam Harrison Record
Liam Harrison’s professional kickboxing record stands at 88-24 and 2 draws.
Liam Harrison Injuries
Harrison was expected to fight Kaopomlec at Thai Boxe Mania 2012 in Italy, but pulled out of the fight due to an undisclosed injury.
Is Liam Harrison Retired?
Liam Harrison is not retired. In 2018 he signed a non-exclusive contract with ONE Championship to compete in ONE Super Series Muay Thai. He fought these fights to live up to his contract, and is currently still an active fighter.
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