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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Amir Aliakbari Returns to AKA Thailand Greco Roman World Champion, Amir Aliakbari, returns to AKA Thailand to start his fight camp. He is favored to win the RIZIN Fighting World Grand Prix 2016, which also includes former UFC superstars Mirko Filipović and Wanderlei Silva. Amir started training at AKA Thailand with no previous MMA experience […]Read more
Cain Looking for Revenge at UFC 207 Team AKA fighter, Cain Velasquez, is looking to avenge his loss against Fabricio Werdum on Dec 30th, in Las Vegas, at UFC 207. After a shocking loss to Werdum via decision at UFC 188, Cain made a huge statement completely dominating Travis Browne, and finishing him, via 1st […]Read more
Visit from @CrisCyborg and @RayElbe tonight at @AKAThailand. I don’t think Cris needs an introduction, as she is one of the greatest female fighters of all time! Lots of history with her and longtime friend @marcio.cesargracinha, our 3rd degree BJJ Black Belt instructor. 👍 Ray and I have known each other for years here in […]Read more
“I’m so proud of him (Mike Swick) and the bad ass gym he built there, I can’t wait to come see it live. I will be there, I’m coming to Thailand!”
“The gym looks amazing! Mike Swick is a good team mate and coach and has been successful at every level. I can’t wait to visit.”
“This is one of the most amazing gyms I’ve ever seen, the most amazing gym. AKA Thailand is a destination for anybody of any level of fitness or for whatever you’re looking for, this gym covers everything. There’s so many levels of fitness here. They have the Muay Thai area, the MMA area, the fitness area which is a whole other level. This has surpassed my expectation by far, I had no idea it was going to be like this, I’m literally in ahhh. AKA Thailand was one of the best experiences of my life. It was a beautiful place and the best gym I’ve ever seen.”
“It’s one of the most beautiful gyms in the world. They’re on the way to building a bigger better AKA then I have here in San Jose, California. AKA Thailand has everything AKA HQ has. They have great wrestling, great Jiu Jitsu and better Thai boxing.”
“I’ve been watching the build of AKA Thailand from day one, It looks great.”
“AKA Thailand has been amazing, like I said, I’ve been looked after really well. I’m in the best physical shape for this fight, i’m looking forward to fighting. I don’t think I could be prepared any better.”
“I’m looking forward to another fight camp at AKA Thailand.”
“AKA Thailand is the best gym I’ve trained at, an amazing facility catering to all aspects of fitness whether it’s MMA, Muay Thai or any other discipline.”
“Quite simply impressive! MMA fans keep a close eye on AKA Thailand.”
“AKA has a massive reputation in the MMA world and with an upcoming fight here in Thailand, I was looking for a place to come and finish the final days of my preparation.” I thought it would be a good idea to not only train at a gym with such a high reputation but to check out the brand new facilities. The facilities are second to none. I’ve trained at other MMA based camps (in Phuket) and I haven’t seen anything like this.”