Liam Harrison Seminar


Happy friday MMT.  Here’s a little technique you can slap on your partner when you’re knee sparring tonight. Instead of doing the muay thai minute this week, I thought I’d show a clip from Liam’s seminar.

This past Saturday I had the opportunity to hang out with the Nak Muay’s at Singdayt Muay Thai and Liam Harrison.

I have to say that Liam is quite a talented teacher.  I was really impressed with his knowledge, and enthusiasm.   He’s quite a dynamic character; you can tell that he gives a shit.  I’ve met loads of champion nak muays… and just because you can fight doesn’t necessarily mean that you can teach.

Fortunately for us, Liam can do both.   He’s very good a disseminating knowledge and does it a way which is practical and easily digestible. The seminar started with a series of drills and techniques that built on each other.  He covered, boxing defences, Teep defences and counters, clinching etc.

It’s amazing how many little tricks he’s picked up over the years.  This seminar, wasn’t necessarily geared to beginners, but was an opportunity to add to trick into your existing arsenal.

There was so much to take in and absorb, but to his point, if you just take one of these techniques and master it, you’ll be on your way.

If any of you are looking for a Seminar, I highly recommend you get in touch with Liam.  You guys who train with him full time at badcompany are quite fortunate.

You can get in touch with Liam through the bad company website:

Bad Company GYM

+44 (0) 7885 270267


Many thanks to Damon Faulkner of Singdayt Muay Thai for letting me hang about and get in the way.  Many thanks to Liam, for taking the time to do an interview, best of luck with Sanchai!


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I started My Muay Thai back in 2006... I was tired of reading about MMA, and wanted somewhere I could watch real muay thai fights, be inspired and connect with others who love muay thai as much as I do... I currently live in London... when I'm not geeking out over muay thai you can find me bombing around London on my scrambler, ferreting out the latest street food gems.

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