Thailand’s Premier Muay Thai, MMA & Fitness Training Facility

AKA Thailand CollageAt 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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Remote Island Training with AKA Thailand Pro Fighters

private island training

Head Trainer and Owner of AKA Thailand, Mike Swick and over a dozen of his pro fighters, took a day to spend time on a remote island off the east shore of Phuket. However, AKA Thailand’s idea of a day on the beach is more than taking in the sun and wading in the scenic waters of… Read more »

New Video: Highlights AKA Thailand’s Gym Development

AKA Thailand Development Highlight Video

We started construction only 19 months ago and this is where we are today. It’s been an incredible start and we would like to thank each and every one of you who have been a part of it. Though it may be hard to believe, we are just getting started! Soon we will begin the… Read more »

Prepping for Next UFC Bout: Wang Sai Returns to AKA Thailand

Wang Sai trains for Kunimoto UFC bout

UFC welterweight fighter, Wang Sai returns to AKA Thailand in preparation for an unannounced UFC fight. Wang Sai is AKA Thailand’s first competitor to compete and win inside the “World Famous Octagon”. Back in February, Wang Sai had called out fellow UFC welterweight fighter Kiichi Kunimoto, via the chinese microblogging site Weibo, for a grudge match years… Read more »

“Fightographer” Victorious in Muay Thai Match

"Fightographer" Victorious in Muay Thai Match

AKA Thailand’s Visual Arts Manager and UFC staff photographer (Asia region) fought to victory on March 20th at Bangla Boxing Stadium in Phuket, Thailand. In the main event of the night, for the Bangla Boxing Stadium Championship, Mitch Viquez (USA) and Chris Casaceli (Australia) went to battle. In the opening round Mitch threw a barrage of knees and… Read more »