Kru Aaron Fisher

Kru Aaron Fisher grew up in Toledo, Ohio.[ As a youth he would participate in backyard boxing matches with other children in the neighborhood. Shortly after graduating high school Aaron met Sean Douglas, a local Muay Thai and bare knuckle karate instructor, and began training at his gym. On February 19, 2000 Fisher decided to enter his first amateur Muay Thai competition. Aaron lost that fight via decision but was hooked on fighting. He went on to amass an amateur Muay Thai record of 10 wins 5 losses and 1 draw.

In December 2001 Aaron fought for and won the FFAA (Fitness and Fighting Arts Association) USA. amateur Muay Thai middleweight belt. In June 2004 Aaron became the WKA (World Kickboxing Association) 67kg. (147 lbs.) USA. amateur Muay Thai champion, and in April 2006 Fisher won the Middleweight USKBA (United States Kickboxing Association) USA championship.[2]In June 2006 Aaron to moved to Phuket, Thailand to fight Muay Thai professionally. On September 3 he entered his first fight there, taking on "Rambo" from Surat Thani province. Aaron lost this fight via a five round decision. He went on to win his next 4 fights, 3 by knock-out. On December 2, 2006 Fisher made his mixed martial arts debut in Singapore. He fought in King of the Cage against a former Muay Thai champion from Bangkok. Aaron beat his opponent in the first round by referee stoppage. On March 31, 2007 Fisher fought a Muay Thai fight in Singapore that was sanctioned by the WMC (World Muay Thai Council). This fight was shown on UBC in Thailand and Fox Sports in Australia

Name: Aaron Fisher
Nickname: The Ghost, D.O.B. : August 30, 1979
Nationality: American
Hometown: Toledo, Ohio
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 155lbs/70kg
Style: Muay Thai
Amateur Muay Thai record: 11-5-1
Pro Muay Thai record: 7-4
Pro M.M.A. record: 2-0

2001 Fitness and Fighting Arts Assoc. Middleweight Champion (amateur Muay Thai)
2002 Bando Nationals Champion 150-159 lbs (amateur Muay Thai)
2004 W.K.A. United States National Champion -67 kgs. (amateur Muay Thai)
2006 U.S.K.B.A. United States Middleweight Champion (amateur Muay Thai)
2006-07 3x Bangla Stadium Champion, Phuket Thailand 70 kgs. (professional Muay Thai)
2006 K.O.T.C. Singapore, Super-fight Champion (professional m.m.a.)

Black belt in Okinawa Te Knockdown Karate
Trained with former Lumpinni Champion Matee Jedepitak
Trained and competed in Muay Thai, Sanshou, M.M.A. and Knockdown Karate
Fought in America, Canada, Thailand, and Singapore
Trained and fought in Thailand for 2 years
Fights shown on UBC (Thailand) and Fox Sports Austrailia


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