Bad Company was founded in 1992 by Richard Smith and quickly became one of the best known and most successful gyms in the UK. We have world class trainers and a friendly family atmosphere where everyone is welcome whether they are a beginner or a current world champion. Please click any of the links above to find out more about Muay Thai, Bad Company and our classes for Children, Beginners, Intermediates and Fighters.
July 2, 2014We had a great night at Smash 10 in Liverpool on 6 September winning two WBC World Titles. Liam Harrison ...Read more
October 17, 2014Davy Mac returns to the Ring on Power of Scotland, The Lagoon, Paisley on 29th November – he will fight ...Read more
July 2, 2014Jordan put in a great performance to stop Mickael Pisticello from France with low kicks in round 3, in what ...Read more
October 17, 2014Up Coming Fights at Bad Company……. Cherie Standen and Ellie Ali – Liverpool 18 October Joe Craven (Bad Company v Jay Steele ...Read more
LATEST BLOG POSTS
January 26, 2014So nearly a month into the New Year and you may have started with wishes and resolutions. ‘This year I’ll get fitter/take up ...Read more
January 22, 2014(who wouldn’t be intimidated if they saw one of these faces when they walked into the gym!) One of the most ...Read more
August 7, 2014This is a video that we shot for Warriorcollective.com showing padwork…. Read more
February 21, 2014I’m pleased to announce that Bad Company and Yokkao have officially agreed a sponsorship deal in conjunction with Thai boxing ...Read more
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February 3, 2014Beginners, Intermediates and Fighters training. Read more
February 3, 2014We have 2 busy children’s classes each week for children between 6-11 years. Mondays 6.00-7.00pm Wednesdays 5.30-6.14pm Read more
June 30, 2014Warriorcollective.com came to the gym recently to video some training and tutorials for their website. Here is a video of Richard ...Read more
April 25, 2014World Champion Imran Khan fight training on the pads with trainer Richard Smith. Read more