"Bro hit the reverse age button" - Fans marvel at Liam Harrison's age-defying power in pad workout with Cookie Lokwichit

Liam Harrison
Fans marvel at Liam Harrison's (left) age-defying power in pad workout with Cookie Lokwichit (right)

Fans are impressed by Liam Harrison's recent training footage showcasing his devastating power following a significant injury.

In August 2022, Harrison fought then-holder Nong-O Hama for the ONE bantamweight Muay Thai world title after securing back-to-back first-round knockouts. The UK superstar's momentum was ultimately halted as Nong-O landed several vicious leg kicks to retain his throne with a first-round TKO.

'Hitman' was forced to later undergo surgery for a knee injury suffered in the fight against Nong-O. Luckily, Harrison overcame the lengthy recovery process and looks to be fully healthy after posting an intense video of him hitting pads with Cookie Lokwichit earlier this week.

Fans took to the Instagram comment section of Harrison's training footage and shared positive messages:

"Brother hit the reverse age button"
"Looking fast and strong there mate"
"Don't think I ever saw someone hitting the pads with so intention. Looks how much you take seriously your fights and how much you love fighting"
Instagram comments
Instagram comments

Watch the previously mentioned video of Liam Harrison hitting pads below:

How much gas is left in Liam Harrison's fighting tank?

Liam Harrison is scheduled for two Muay Thai fights within the next four months - Katsuki Kitano on June 7 at ONE 167 and Seksan on September 5 at ONE 168: Denver. Depending on Harrison's performance, he could commit to a final run for ONE gold or retire as an unforgettable legend.

Harrison's future is dependent on more than his age and solidified legacy. The 38-year-old must also prove he's fully recovered from his knee injury suffered against Nong-O. Only time will tell if 'Hitman' can overcome the odds and complete his comeback story by returning to the win column.

ONE 167 is scheduled to take place inside the Impact Arena in Bangkok, Thailand. The event featuring Harrison's highly-anticipated return to action can be seen live and for free by American and Canadian viewers with an active Amazon Prime Video subscription.

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