The prospect of Liam Harrison fighting Jonathan Haggerty for a world title in the United Kingdom has generated a lot of enthusiasm.

Even if nothing has been inked as of yet, there is already a lot of excitement in the United Kingdom around the possibility of a fight between ONE bantamweight Muay Thai world champion Jonathan Haggerty and Liam Harrison. Although the two British stars have never faced each other in ONE Championship, the sheer possibility of them engaging in a bout for a world title has piqued the interest of fans in the United Kingdom.
Participating in the celebrations in Denver for the ONE Fight Night 10: Johnson vs. Moraes III on Prime Video while Harrison is on his path to making a full recovery from a terrible knee injury allowed Harrison to be present for the event.
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The native of Leeds participated in the fan meet and greet as well as meeting his media commitments, despite the fact that he was not on the card.
Even though there has been nothing like made concrete or anything yet, Liam Harrison stated in an interview with the South China Morning Post that fans in his home nation are already getting heated for a possible world title bout between him and fellow countryman Jonathan Haggerty: “Even though there’s been nothing like made concrete or anything yet.” The excitement that people in the UK are feeling as a result of simply watching this, I mean it was reported in The Sun newspaper like it was a day in the UK that the excitement surrounding it,”
Both Haggerty and Harrison are already considered to be two of the best attackers to ever emerge from the United Kingdom, but their reputations have skyrocketed as a result of their performances in the ONE Championship.
When he challenged Nong-O Hama for the ONE bantamweight Muay Thai world title at ONE on Prime Video 1, Liam Harrison already had a career record of 90-25-2 and was coming off of two consecutive knockout victories. Haggerty was successful against Nong-O, in contrast to Harrison, who was unsuccessful.
“The General” pulled off what is arguably the most stunning victory in the annals of Muay Thai history. At ONE Fight Night 9, he defeated Nong-O via knockout in the first round of their world title match, which allowed him to claim the title of ONE bantamweight Muay Thai world champion.
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