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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Sergey Badyuk, a Russian TV star, Director and accomplished martial artist, recently visited AKA Thailand to film at our facilities and meet our CEO, Mike Swick. Sergey holds the esteemed title of Master of Sports of the USSR in weight-lifting and unarmed combat, and is an 8th Dan black belt in Sheehan Budokai, 6th Dan… Read more »
Building a gym thats the size of AKA Thailand, is not always roses and sunshine. In our latest “Gym Problems” video, we document how painting a logo sign can go drastically wrong! Here is a previous “Gym Problem’s” video, we shot during the construction of the Muay Thai area….
Kelly Meehan is a 25 year old logistics manager from Melbourne, Australia. She recently spent two weeks on vacation and decided to train with us at AKA Thailand. Coming off of an injury during a snowboarding accident, Kelly spent the last two years rehabbing an elbow from multiple surgeries that required complete joint reconstruction. Kelly… Read more »
Be sure to check out the new feature article about Mike Swick’s building of AKA Thailand, in the new issue of UFC – The Official Magazine. Renowned photographer James Law, traveled to Phuket to capture photos of the building process and first training sessions several months ago. Now, the feature is out and available in… Read more »