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We have a huge amount of sponsorship opportunities with the Hitman Fight League! Our Promoters Liam Harrison & Andy Howson have a massive following on social media and are some of the leading names in Muay Thai in the UK and Worldwide!!

Reach a larger audience with brand messaging via promotional collateral produced for each and every Hitman Fight League around the world. This sport is hot and everyone is reading about it via sports and lifestyle publications, online websites and articles, and social media outlets.


Indigo at the O2


The world’s best, One of London’s most sought-after event spaces The O2 is the world’s most popular music and entertainment venue. They have hosted the biggest names in music, film and sport, right in the heart of London. With standing capacity of up to 1800 and seated capacity of up to 2800, Indigo at The O2 is also the perfect London venue to host fight nights. For an added element of luxury. We can also cater for our VIP Private with a private lounge for 350 people standing. A footfall of over 9 million a year, plus strong relationships with our global sponsors and ticketing agent sets the O2 apart from other venues. With vast in-house AV and technical capabilities build-in stage, indigo at The O2 is set up to create a stylish and seamless backdrop for our event.

B.E.C Arena


Bowlers Exhibition Centre Arena (B.E.C Arena) Situated Just 2 minutes from Junction 9 on the M60 and the same distance from the Trafford centre the centre is ideally positioned and is easily accessible for visitors traveling locally and nationally. Just three miles from Manchester city centre they also have our own car park with on-site parking. B.E.C Arena is the perfect venue for hosting a variety of events from exhibitions and conferences to product launches, sporting events, markets, live music and company training days. The extensive range of exhibition halls and suites combined with perfect location the B.E.C Arena is a highly attractive venue for event organisers. B.E.C Arena has the experience and expertise to take care of all details concerning live music and sporting events. They under the pressure involved in hosting such an events, and provide additional services in order to make sure that everything goes exactly as planned. The Main Trafford Arena has been transformed to host music and sporting events alike. The flexible design allows for a pillar-free open floor area of 2,960m2. The venue has played host to many events and is able to host numbers ranging from 300 up to 4,500.

Ringside Exposure

The Main Event Sponsor

The Main Event Sponsor has the rare opportunity to get its brand mixed into the action of the Hitman Fight League, gaining highly valuable, in-arena exposure via the prominent branding on the ring canvas as well as venue banners located around the ring.

The Main Event Sponsor logo and branding will be featured on the banners and can be seen from all angles of the venue. Put your brand above the rest for everyone to see.


The Main Event Sponsor

Proximity to the unique combination of endurance, physical skill, and pure strength makes a ringside seat at our Hitman Fight League events the most exciting seat in live sports.

With the Main Event Sponsor receiving four (4) VIP seats plus eight (8) premiere seats, these assets provide immense value for any corporation looking to recruit or retain employees, provide unique experiences for potential clients, and reward top customers.

Ring Announcer Promotion

“This Main Event Fight brought to you by…”

Captivate the audience with the power of the Ring Announcer. The most notable element of any martial arts bout, the ring announcer, will highlight your brand message when the attendees’ attention is at high alert.

The Main Event Sponsor will be announced before the main event of the night as “This Main Event Fight brought to you by…”, and multiple PA announcement throughout the event. These assets provide personal association for any brand looking to connect with fans of the fight, they individualise the experience with potential clients, and further your brand’s in-arena domination.


Liam Harrison



Born on 5th October 1985 in Leeds, England, Liam Harrison is one of the top English fighters in Muay Thai and kickboxing. Under influence from 5-time world champion, Andy Howson and his cousin, Harrison started training in Muay Thai at the age of 13 at the Bad Company Thai Boxing Gym in his hometown which he continues to fight out of to this day. Since joining Bad Company, he has been training under Richard Smith (currently his manager and trainer) who was a British Commonwealth and European kickboxing Champion.

Fight Career

As befits his nickname of “the hitman”, Harrison has over 40 wins ending in KO with powerhouse punches and deadly low kicks. He is a 3-time Leeds Sports Federation Sportsman of the Year between 2004 to 2008 as well as recipient of the Muay Siam Magazine Foreign Fighter of the Year in 2007. Over his career, Harrison has fought the likes of Saenchai, Anuwat Kaewsamrit and Sagetdao Petpayathai.

Harrison made his amateur debut at the age of 14, and shortly after, his professional debut at 15. At the latter, he defeated his opponent, Martin Shivnan via knockout in a mere 30 seconds of the fight. Following his professional win and debut, he went on an undefeated run between 2000 to 2004. During which, he claimed 3 belts to his name including S.I.M.T.A. Muaythai super featherweight Northern Area champion in 2001, W.A.K.O. Pro low-kick kickboxing world champion in 2004, and then the S.I.M.T.A. Muaythai lightweight European champion in 2005.

On 21st August 2005, Harrison’s undefeated run came to a halt when he made his Thailand debut at Rajadamnern Stadium where he faced native fighter, Witthayanoi Sitkuanem. The loss only served to motivate Harrison to improve his game and he moved to train at Jitti Gym in Bangkok, where his mentor had also trained during his own professional career. Within a month, he faced Russian kickboxing star, Dzhabar Askerov at Patong Stadium. Askerov lost the fight on disqualification in the fourth round and Harrison claimed his first win on Thai soil that day to take home the Patong Stadium Muaythai super welterweight belt (68 kg), which was way above his usual fight weight at 63 kg. 

For the next five years from 2006 to 2010, Harrison spent his time between Thailand and UK fighting in various venues and promotions. In 2006, he claimed for himself another world title by beating Japanese fighter Masamitsu Hirashima via decision to bring home the W.P.M.F. Muay Thai World Title at 63.5 kg. Then in 2007, he bagged the prestigious WMC Muay Thai Lightweight World Champion which he held for 2 years until losing it to four time Rajadamnern Stadium champion, Anuwat Kaewsamrit in 2009.

Since 2011, Harrison devoted his time to fighting around the world in countries such as USA, Italy, Macau, Japan, China and back at home in England where he is based. He made his YOKKAO promotions debut with YOKKAO 8 back in 2014 where he fought and defeated French fighter Houcine Bennoui. By then, Harrison has added another world title to his name with the WBC World Champion (147 lbs). On 19th March 2016, he faced Tetsuya Yamato in the ring at Bolton’s Macron stadium in an intense and closely-matched fight for the YOKKAO World Title at 65 kg. After 5 rounds of explosive action, Harrison took home the win and the belt over decision.

On 25th March 2017, Harrison’s YOKKAO world champion belt was put on the line at YOKKAO 24 for his first title defense against the young French Thai boxer, Rayan Mekki. Harrison got caught with an elbow that resulted in a cut on the forehead early in round one. However, he reciprocated with a series of connecting hooks to Mekki’s head in round three, ending the fight with a strong right hook TKO, to successfully retain the belt.

Harrison’s fight records stand at 106 fights with 83 wins, 21 losses and 2 draws. 

Andy Howson


Fight Career

Five-time Muay Thai World Champion Andy Howson began his training at the age of 17 after a friend from work invited him to watch a training session at the Bad Company Gym in his native Leeds, England. He fell in love with the sport from the first time he set foot in the gym and soon made it his life’s work, representing Bad Company in the ring from that day forward.

Howson has competed around the world in a storied career spanning over two decades, including bouts in the Netherlands, Thailand, United States, and the United Kingdom, amassing nearly 100 professional bouts and winning countless accolades. These include English, British, Commonwealth, Intercontinental, and European championships, as well as WBC and WMC Muay Thai World Titles.

He is known for his aggressive style and indomitable heart, as well as for his willingness to stand toe-to-toe in search of the knockout. Following his cousin and teammate Liam Harrison onto the global stage of ONE Championship, Howson is now determined to test himself against the best strikers in the world. Already a household name in the UK for his accomplishments in the ring, he looks to add a ONE Super Series World Title to his long list of achievements.

Reach a larger audience with brand messaging via promotional collateral produced for each and every Hitman Fight League around the world. This sport is hot and everyone is reading about it via sports and lifestyle publications, online websites and articles, and social media outlets.

Simon Jays



Simon has been promoting at the top level for over 10 years. He is looking forward to his next chapter and team up with Liam and Andy to bring something special to all fight fans.