Thailand’s Premiere Muay Thai, MMA & Fitness Training Facility
At AKA Thailand we are committed to upholding the same acclaimed training curriculum used at our world renowned San Jose facility. Owned by original AKA team member Mike “Quick” Swick, Internet magnate Blair Speers, and AKA founder, Javier Mendez, AKA Thailand now has a brand new location to recruit, train and promote some of the world’s best fighters, and shape talented prospects into future champions. Our facilities offer fighters and fitness enthusiasts from all over the world the opportunity to experience traditional Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, MMA and Strength & Conditioning classes here in the tropics of Thailand, under the roof of a globally renowned name in the world of combat sports.
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New video blog now posted, covering Ncedo “Nintendo” Gomba’s arrival to AKA Thailand, and his first 2 fights with the team. Stay tuned for more videos soon!
Our CEO, Mike Swick, recently made it official that UFC President Dana White will be coming to visit AKA Thailand in the near future. Dana has been a good friend and a strong influence over the span of Mike’s career, and he is very excited to show Dana what we built in paradise. Mike recently… Read more »
Top UFC middleweight contender, Luke Rockhold, recently visited AKA Thailand to check out the new facilities, train with our world-class coaches and fight team, and catch up with long-time training partner and AKA team member Mike Swick. Luke was flown into Macau for UFC Fight Night – Bisping vs. Le to sign autographs and participate… Read more »
AKA Thailand would like to extend a huge congratulations to Team AKA’s Wang Sai, who won his recent UFC fight by unanimous decision (29-28) on all three of the judges scorecards. Going into the fight, Wang Sai was nearly a 2-1 underdog facing highly touted BJJ Black Belt Danny Mitchell. Wang Sai’s hard training paid… Read more »