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[e][h]Falco Fox Mango
Mango in top 8 at GENESIS 6
Player Information
Name:
Joseph Marquez
Birth:
(1991-12-10) December 10, 1991 (age 29)
Country:
Years Active:
2007 - Present
Team:
Approx. Total Winnings:
$240,867
Alternate IDs:
Mang0, Scorpion Master
Nicknames:
The Kid, The GOAT
Super Smash Bros. Melee
Current Mains:
Falco
Fox
Former Mains:
Jigglypuff
Secondaries:
Mario
Captain Falcon
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Current Mains:
Falco
Project M
Current Mains:
Falco
Fox
Secondaries:
Captain Falcon
Mario
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Current Mains:
Wario
Secondaries:
Fox
Wolf
Links
Achievements
Melee
Pound 3 Revival of Melee GENESIS Pound 4 Revival of Melee 4 IMPULSE The Big House 2 Zenith 2013 EVO 2013 Revival of Melee 7 Get On My Level 2014 MLG Anaheim 2014 Kings of Cali 4 EVO 2014 The Big House 4 Press Start Battle Arena Melbourne 7 Paragon Los Angeles 2015 DreamHack Austin 2016 WTFox 2 Super Smash Con 2016 The Big House 6 Royal Flush 2017 Super Smash Con 2017 Get On My Level 2019 The Big House 9 Mango's Birthday Bash THE CLG MIXUP Slippi Champions League - Season 1 Week 1 Ludwig Ahgren Championship Series 3 Summit Champions League - Season 2 Week 1 Smash Summit 11
History
2013-08-16 — 2014-05-06
2014-05-06 — Present

Joseph "Mango" Marquez is an American Falco and Fox main currently playing for Cloud9. Due to his numerous Major tournament wins, he is considered one of the greatest Melee players of all time.[1] He is highly regarded on many regional and national Power Rankings, and was last ranked 3rd in MPGR 2019.

Biography[edit]

Mango is a Melee player from Norwalk, California and is famous for being able to play almost any character at a competitive level. He has found tournament success with Falco, Fox, Jigglypuff, Mario, Captain Falcon, Link, and Marth. Because of his innovations and dominance with Jigglypuff from 2007 to 2009, Mango, along with Hungrybox, is generally credited for Jigglypuff's large jump in the Melee tier list, from being tied with Captain Falcon at 6th/7th to 3rd in the subsequent list.

He first became noticed at EVO World 2007 when he was 15, defeating both Mew2King and Ken before falling to HugS in winners finals, then Ken in a rematch in loser's finals, finishing 3rd. He won his first national at Pound 3 at the age of 16, performing the first of his many historic losers bracket runs. This run included victories over Azen, ChuDat, PC Chris, and finally Mew2King in 2 grand finals sets. He cemented himself as the best Melee player after winning Revival of Melee in 2009 over Mew2King.

Between Pound 3 and Revival of Melee, Mango picked up Falco and was winning California tournaments with his Falco, showing that he wasn't winning because of Jigglypuff. At GENESIS, he met the European champion Armada in winners finals and was defeated using Falco. After a quick 3-0 of Hungrybox in losers finals, Mango switched to Puff and won both grand finals sets in one of the greatest grand finals in Melee history. This kicked off the Mango vs Armada rivalry that continues to this day, with Armada holding a lead.

Scorpion Master[edit]

After being banned from the Smash World Forums, Mango and a few other players from his region decided to prank the smash community by sandbagging at tournaments under the alias ScorpionMaster94. Despite originally planning to use either Luigi or Samus, Mango eventually decided upon using Mario.

Scorpion Master's backstory was that he was a prodigious player from Mexico named Joshua Lopez who was prepared to place top 3 at Apex 2010. Despite this claim, Mango only got 25th, losing to Wobbles and Eggz.

He continued to use exclusively his secondaries in tournaments such as Pound V and Revival of Melee 3, falling short of top 8 both times.

The return of Mango[edit]

He returned to his Fox and Falco for GENESIS 2, and met Armada in grand finals from losers side. This time, however, Armada would win the tournament 3-2 over Mango's Fox.

Mango showed a return to form in 2012 with wins in tournaments such as MELEE-FC10R Legacy and The Big House 2 over Hungrybox.

After Armada's retirement after Apex 2013, Mango went to Europe with Scar to take on Europe's best at B.E.A.S.T 3. Europe's first big Armada-less tournament proved to be a victory for Mango, though Ice put up a fight, taking a set from him in grand finals. Mango also took Zenith 2013, which had the Five Gods minus the retired Armada present, over Hungrybox after taking out Dr. PeePee and Mew2King in losers.

EVO 2013[edit]

With the biggest Melee tournament at the time on the main stage of the biggest fighting game tournament, and Armada coming out of retirement, the winner of EVO would be the definitive best player in the world.

Mango cruised to winners semis of his day 2 pool, with only Axe putting up much of a fight. However, Wobbles defeated Mango 1-2, sending him to the losers bracket before top 8. After defeating SFAT 2-1 to make it to top 8, he would not drop another game until the second set of grand finals, defeating Ice, Dr. PeePee, Armada in a highly anticipated matchup, Hungrybox, and the man who put him in losers, Wobbles.

After EVO, he took a hiatus to care for his pregnant girlfriend and to move to Ohio, where he was ranked at the 0 position on the Northeastern Ohio Melee Power Rankings[2]. In his few tournament appearances between EVO and Apex, he mostly played Falcon and Marth

2014[edit]

Cloud9 and MLG Anaheim[edit]

Mango started off 2014 with Apex 2014, finishing 3rd, but not before delivering a memorable 4 stock to Leffen to make it to losers finals.

Mango started off his 2014 MLG Anaheim qualifying campaign by defeating Hax at WHOBO MLG in Texas, granting him a spot at MLG. Even though Hax defeated him in winners finals in Fox dittos, Mango took 2 sets from Hax using Falco in grand finals, both 3-0.

He was picked up by Cloud9 on May 6th, 2014. He had a great start for Cloud9, winning the Canadian MLG qualifier, Get On My Level, which had Mew2King and Hungrybox in attendance. At his next 2 tournaments (SKTAR 3 and Super SWEET), however, he would finish 3rd, losing to Mew2King in losers finals both times.

Mango would win MLG Anaheim and $5,000. In pools he finished 2nd behind Armada, with his 2 losses being to Armada and, in an upset, a 3-0 victory by Westballz. He would not drop a set in the bracket, defeating Armada in both winners and grand finals 3-2. Armada would avenge himself at CEO 2014 with a 6-1 victory in grand finals. The two would face off again in grand finals at Kings of Cali 4 and again Mango was coming from winners. Armada would win the first set 3-0, but Mango would won the second set 3-1 to claim victory and momentum heading into EVO.

EVO 2014: Back to back EVO champ[edit]

With the momentum from Kings of Cali 4, Mango would win EVO 2014, albeit in a less dramatic fashion compared to last year. He defeated Mew2King 2-0 in winners semis and Hungrybox in both winners and grand finals 3-2 to solidify his claim to top Melee player in the world.

Post EVO: The Big House 4[edit]

After EVO, Mango took another hiatus. He participated at Smash the Record, but was not seen until a week before The Big House 4, where Mango lost to Armada in an Ohio regional 3-0 in grand finals. At The Big House 4, he made it to top 8 on winners side, defeating Hax with his Falcon and Marth along the way. In winners semis, Mango was 3-0'd by Mew2King's Sheik. In losers, he defeated long time teams partner Lucky 3-2, Armada 3-1, and Leffen 3-1, with another set-clinching 4 stock, to rematch Mew2King in grand finals. In grand finals, he defeated Mew2King's Marth in back-to-back 3-1 sets to win the tournament.

After The Big House 4, he moved back to Norwalk, to reunite full time with Lucky.

2015[edit]

Mango started off 2015 by returning to Europe for their Apex qualifier, B.E.A.S.T 5. At B.E.A.S.T 5, he finished 3rd, losing to Armada and Leffen.

At Apex 2015, Mango and Leffen agreed to put $1,000 up if they met in bracket on day 2. The two met in winners semis, with Leffen winning 3-1. Mango would then be eliminated by Armada 0-3 in losers semis, finishing 4th.

In his next tournament, I'm Not Yelling, Mango seemed poised to take the tournament after defeating Armada 3-1 in winner's finals. Armada, however, managed to take the tournament in two 3-1 sets thanks to a character switch to Peach. This was followed up by a disappointing 5th-6th place finish at Sandstorm, losing to two non-Gods (Axe in winners, Westballz in losers).

Mango would claim his first title of 2015 in spectacular fashion at Press Start. After showing up late and getting DQ'd from winners, Mango would run through the losers bracket, with a 6-0 thrashing of Fly Amanita in grand finals being the exclamation point. Among his victims included Axe, Westballz (both of whom defeated him at Sandstorm), Leffen, and Hungrybox. He would then fly down to Australia to participate in Battle Arena Melbourne 7, along with other notable players such as Leffen, S2J, HugS, and Lucky. Mango would win BAM7, defeating Leffen in grand finals by a score of 3-2.

Going into EVO 2015, Mango would participate in CEO 2015 and WTFox, finishing 3rd and 2nd respectively. With a 3rd EVO title at stake, Mango would suffer an upset loss to Plup in winners quarters, 1-2, but would make it to top 8 after defeating Druggedfox 2-0. He had been put into a similar position back at EVO 2013, but unlike EVO 2013, EVO 2015 would end with a loss to Hungrybox 1-2, finishing in 5th-6th place. In the awards ceremony, Mango would throw his medal into the crowd.

Mango would rebound at Paragon Los Angeles 2015, defeating Mew2King in grand finals 3-2, but at HTC Throwdown, he would suffer his worst placement since the Scorpion Master days, finishing 17th-24th, losing to Druggedfox and MacD. He would then fail to defend his The Big House crown at The Big House 5, finishing 4th after losing to Hungrybox in winners semis and Mew2King in losers semis. Mew2King would again defeat Mango at Smash Summit in winners semis, but Mango would make it to grand finals to face Armada, where Armada would win 3-2. 2015 would end at DreamHack Winter 2015, with a 5th-6th place finish, losing to Plup in winners quarters and Westballz in losers quarters.

Mango would finish the year ranked 4th in the SSBM Rankings, failing to finish the year in 1st place for the first time.

2016[edit]

Mango would start 2016 with a strong showing at GENESIS 3, after losing to Axe 3-1 on winners quarters, he would proceed to make an impressive losers run, taking sets from Plup, Nintendude, PPMD, Axe, and Hungrybox, only to fall to Armada 3-1 on their second set of grand finals after Mango took a set from him as well, getting the reset.

This trend of 2nd place finishers would continue throughout the first half of 2016, he would fall 2nd to Hungrybox at major tournaments such as Pax Arena 2016 , Battle of the Five Gods, Pound 2016 and EGLX 2016.

Of course, there were outliers, for example, at Smash Summit 2, after he lost Hungrybox on winners, he proceed to lose to Armada on losers bracket 3-0, ending his run at 4th place.

Mango would finally end his tournament dry streak at DreamHack Austin 2016, where after he lost to Mew2King on winners semifinals, he would take sets from Lucky, Wizzrobe and Mew2King, to face Hungrybox on grand finals, where he double eliminated him 3-1 and 3-2 respectively. Mango was back on the board.

A couple weeks later at Get On My Level 2016, Mango would make another almost-legendary losers run after he lost to Westballz on winners quarters, taking sets from Wizzrobe, Shroomed, Armada, Lucky and Hungrybox, only falling to Leffen 3-1.

At WTFox 2 Mango would take 1st place in a dominant fashion, no sets dropped and double eliminating Armada on winners and grand finals, 3-1 and 3-0 respectively.

2 weeks later, at EVO 2016, the biggest Melee tournament of all time, Mango was one of the favorites if not the favorite to win, after his dominant performance at WTFox 2, however, he would get dropped to losers bracket after he lost to Plup on winners quarters, still, Mango still fought his way through losers bracket, taking sets from Zhu, PewPewU and Mew2King, only to lose against Hungrybox 2-1, ending at 4th place.

A month later at Super Smash Con 2016, he had a strong performance, as he took 1st place by double eliminating Hungrybox, the new EVO Champ.

Mango throughout the rest of the year would finish with strong top 4 placements, finishing 3rd at Clutch City Clash and Shine 2016 and 4th at Smash Summit 3 and DreamHack Winter 2016

Mango's last big win of 2016 would occur at The Big House 6, where he would double eliminate Armada in winners semis and grand finals, only losing a set to Armada, when he reset the bracket.

As 2016 came to an end, Mango had a disappointing performance at UGC Smash Open, where he would finish at an underwhelming 13-16th place, getting upset by MikeHaze in winners bracket and then losing to Mew2King in losers bracket.

Mango would be ranked 3rd on the yearly SSBMRank.

2017[edit]

Mango finished 1st place at Royal Flush in Melee singles. He won two sets against Armada in grand finals, becoming the first player to defeat him in 2017, later that year he would win Super Smash Con 2017 defeating Mew2King 3-0 in grand finals.

2018[edit]

Mango started the year with a rather disappointing performance at GENESIS 5, ending his run at 5th place losing to Plup in winners quarters and Leffen in losers quarters, sadly for Mango, this trend of lackluster results would continue throughout 2018, getting 5th at Low Tier City 6 and EVO 2018, even getting 7th place at tournaments such as Smash Summit 6 and Smash 'N' Splash 4.

Mango would end up getting ranked 6th in the MPGR Summer 2018.

The latter half of 2018 saw considerably better performances from Mango, for example at Shine 2018, The Big House 8 and Smash Summit 7 he got 3rd place and in GameTyrant Expo 2018 he got 2nd, falling only to Hungrybox.

Even though 2018 saw the consistent side of Mango by nearly always being in top 8, he wasn't able to win a major tournament in all the year.

Mango finished the year ranked 5th in the MPGR 2018.

2019[edit]

After over 1 year and 9 months, Mango would finally win another major, taking Get On My Level 2019 without dropping a set. He placed in between 2nd and 13th at other tournaments, but at The Big House 9, Mango took 1st place over Zain in a grand finals reset, with both sets going to Game 5. Mango dropped to the losers bracket after a 0-3 loss to Leffen. However, he managed to make his way to grand finals after taking sets over Hungrybox, Fiction, and Leffen in very close sets.

2020 and The Slippi Era[edit]

Mango started off the year with two consecutive third place finishes at GENESIS 7 and Smash Summit 9. Things were looking up for the dual spacie main, until COVID-19 shut down the entire world, including all the Melee tournaments. With no way to enter events, Mango began to focus more on his stream from March until June of 2020. Once Project Slippi and Rollback Netcode were released, Melee tournaments began once again. Mango made his online debut at Ludwig Ahgren Championship Series 2 with a second place finish, defeating n0ne and iBDW twice before getting double eliminated by Zain. With his fire for Melee reignited, Mango took first place at THE CLG MIXUP a few months later, winning over iBDW and n0ne once again. Mango then won the first week of Slippi Champions League, defeating Zain 3-1. After this, Mango began to underperform at Slippi Champions League compared to his previous results, dropping sets to n0ne and Captain Faceroll. At Smash Summit 10 Online, Mango once again finished in second, again getting double eliminated by Zain. At Ludwig Ahgren Championship Series 3, Mango made a monster run, defeating Shroomed, Hungrybox, Axe, Wizzrobe, and iBDW to win the event.

2021[edit]

Summit Champions League[edit]

Mango took a small break from competing after his win at Ludwig Ahgren Championship Series 2, and entered his first major of the year at Four Loko Fight Night. While he did make it to Winners Side of Top 16, after dropping a close Game 1 with Falco to Kalamazhu, he sandbagged for the rest of the event with Captain Falcon and placed 9th after losing to Kalamazhu and Hungrybox, stating that he wasn't feeling well. At the second season of Summit Champions League, Mango once again won the first week of the event, defeating Ginger, iBDW and Zain. He placed in second in Week 2, and in Week 3, he lost a set to Wizzrobe, marking his first loss to him in his career. During the final week, Mango dropped into losers bracket after losing a game 5 set to Plup, but made a losers bracket run, defeating Ginger, Wizzrobe, moky, iBDW, SFAT, and taking a set off of Zain in Grand Finals before losing to him in the second set, once again finishing in second. Thanks to his performance, Mango qualified for Smash Summit 11, the first in person Melee major in nearly a year and a half.

Smash Summit 11: The Return of Offline[edit]

At Smash Summit 11, Mango decided that, despite playing Falco for a majority of quarantine, he would instead be playing Fox for a majority of the event. He went 3-0 in his pool, taking sets off of Hungrybox, moky, and KoDoRiN. In the gauntlet stage, Mango would drop a game 5 set to aMSa. In Winners Quarters of the Final Bracket, Mango would once again drop a set to Plup, getting knocked into losers before Top 8. Mango, once again, would make the losers run of his life, defeating moky, n0ne, iBDW, Plup in the runback, and Hungrybox to make it into Grand Finals once again. For the first time ever, Mango would play a tournament set against Zain playing Fox. Mango would go down 0-2 in the set, but would miraculously reverse 3-0 Zain, beating him twice on Final Destination, something that many considered to be impossible for Fox, and take the first set. Mango and Zain would then proceed to go the distance, going to another game five, last stock scenario for the second set. Mango would clutch it out, winning his first ever Smash Summit event and winning the tournament with the largest prize pool in Melee history.

Results[edit]

Melee[edit]

DatePlaceEventResultPrize
2021
2021-07-18A11stSmash Summit 11Fox3 : 2
3 : 2
United StatesMarthZain$46,700
2021-05-09B12nd Summit Champions League - Season 2 Week 4Falco3 : 2
0 : 3
United StatesMarthZain$1,000
2021-05-02C13 - 4th Summit Champions League - Season 2 Week 3Falco2 : 3United StatesCaptain FalconWizzrobe$160
2021-04-18B12nd Summit Champions League - Season 2 Week 2Falco0 : 3United StatesMarthZain$320
2021-04-11A11st Summit Champions League - Season 2 Week 1Falco3 : 1United StatesMarthZain$640
2021-03-07I39 - 12th Four Loko Fight NightCaptain Falcon0 : 3United StatesJigglypuffHungrybox
2020
2020-12-20A11st Ludwig Ahgren Championship Series 3Falco3 : 1United StatesFoxiBDW
2020-11-22B12nd Smash Summit 10Falco2 : 3United StatesMarthZain$2,223
2020-10-31E35 - 8th Slippi Champions League - Season 1 Week 4Falco1 : 3United StatesMarthZain$250
2020-10-25E35 - 8th Slippi Champions League - Season 1 Week 3Falco2 : 3United StatesSheikCaptain Faceroll$250
2020-10-18C13 - 4th Slippi Champions League - Season 1 Week 2Falco1 : 3NicaraguaCaptain Falconn0ne$400
2020-10-11A11st Slippi Champions League - Season 1 Week 1Falco3 : 1United StatesMarthZain$1,600
2020-09-26A11st THE CLG MIXUPFalco3 : 2United StatesFoxiBDW$800
2020-07-26B12nd Ludwig Ahgren Championship Series 2Falco1 : 3United StatesMarthZain$4,000
2020-02-16C13rdSmash Summit 9Falco1 : 3United StatesSheikPlup$9,016
2020-01-26C13rdGENESIS 7Fox2 : 3United StatesJigglypuffHungrybox$1,882
2019
2019-12-08A11stMango's Birthday BashFox3 : 1United StatesJigglypuffHungrybox$2,276
2019-10-20E15 - 6thEGLX 2019: Rising StarsFalcoFox1 : 3United StatesJigglypuffFalcoHungrybox$381
2019-10-06A11stThe Big House 9Falco3 : 2
3 : 2
United StatesMarthZain$3,636
2019-09-22M313 - 16thMainstageFalco1 : 3United StatesFoxLucky
All Results
DatePlaceEventPartnerResultPrize
2020
2020-01-26I39 - 12thGENESIS 7MangoFalcoUnited States
LuckyFoxUnited States
0 : 3United StatesFalcoGinger
United StatesFoxFatGoku
2019
2019-12-08A11stMango's Birthday BashMangoFalcoUnited States
PlupFoxUnited States
1 : 3
3 : 0
United StatesMarthZain
United StatesJigglypuffHungrybox
$474
2019-06-16A11stSmash Summit 8MangoFalcoUnited States
S2JCaptain FalconUnited States
2 : 3
3 : 0
United StatesFoxPlup
United StatesMarthZain
$940
2018
2018-11-18E15 - 6thSmash Summit 7MangoFalcoUnited States
LeffenFoxSweden
2 : 3United StatesJigglypuffHungrybox
United StatesIce ClimbersBananas
2018-06-03C13rdSmash 'N' Splash 4MangoFalcoUnited States
Mew2KingSheikFoxUnited States
0 : 3United StatesFoxSFAT
United StatesMarthPewPewU
$391
2018-05-06B12ndSmash Summit 6MangoFalcoUnited States
SFATFoxUnited States
2 : 3
0 : 3
SwedenPeachArmada
SwedenFoxLeffen
$1,128
2017
2017-11-19B12ndSuper FamiCon 2017MangoUnited States
n0neNicaragua
0 : 3United StatesLucky
United StatesSFAT
2017-11-05E15 - 6thSmash Summit 5MangoFalcoFoxUnited States
S2JCaptain FalconUnited States
2 : 3United StatesFoxSFAT
United StatesSheikShroomed
2017-08-27B12ndShine 2017MangoFalcoFoxUnited States
Mew2KingSheikUnited States
1 : 3United StatesFoxSFAT
United StatesMarthPewPewU
2017-05-14I39 - 12thRoyal FlushMangoUnited States
LuckyUnited States
DQUnited Statesdizzkidboogie
United StatesColbol
2017-04-30A11stDreamHack Austin 2017MangoFoxFalcoUnited States
SFATFoxUnited States
3 : 1
3 : 2
United StatesSheikFoxMew2King
United StatesFoxPlup
2017-04-09A11stSmash RivalriesMangoFalcoFoxUnited States
LuckyFoxUnited States
3 : 1
3 : 1
United StatesJigglypuffHungrybox
United StatesSheikFoxMew2King
$1,000
2017-03-19M313 - 16thFrame Perfect Series 2MangoUnited States
LuckyUnited States
DQUnited StatesKeenan
United StatesSigh
2017-03-05C13rdSmash Summit - Spring 2017MangoFalcoUnited States
LuckyFoxUnited States
0 : 3SwedenPeachArmada
United StatesSheikMew2King
$937
2016
2016-11-06D14thSmash Summit 3MangoFoxUnited States
S2JCaptain FalconUnited States
1 : 3United StatesFoxSFAT
United StatesFoxPewPewU
2016-08-14B12ndSuper Smash Con 2016MangoFoxUnited States
S2JCaptain FalconUnited States
2 : 3
1 : 3
United StatesSheikMew2King
GermanyFoxIce
2016-06-19A11stLow Tier City 4MangoFoxUnited States
LuckyFoxUnited States
1 : 3
3 : 1
United StatesSamusESAM
United StatesJigglypuffHungrybox
$260
2016-05-22B12ndGet On My Level 2016MangoFoxUnited States
LuckyFoxUnited States
3 : 1
2 : 3
United StatesMarthPewPewU
United StatesFoxSFAT
$228
2016-05-01C13rdEnthusiast Gaming Live Expo 2016MangoFoxUnited States
DuckSamusUnited States
1 : 3United StatesJigglypuffHungrybox
SwedenFoxLeffen
2016-04-24C13rdSmash Summit 2MangoFoxUnited States
S2JCaptain FalconUnited States
0 : 3United StatesJigglypuffHungrybox
United StatesSheikPlup
$281
All Results
vs. United States Zain
vs. United States Hungrybox
vs. United States Plup
vs. United States iBDW
vs. Nicaragua n0ne
vs. Canada moky
vs. United States Plup
vs. Japan aMSa
vs. Canada moky
vs. United States Hungrybox
vs. United States KoDoRiN
vs. United States Zain
vs. United States SFAT
vs. United States iBDW
vs. Canada moky
vs. United States Wizzrobe
vs. United States Ginger
vs. United States Plup
vs. United States Wizzrobe
vs. United States Gahtzu

Recent Notable Wins

Wins over players ranked in MPGR 2019:

Rank 1 - Hungrybox
Rank 2 - Leffen
Rank 4 - Axe
Rank 5 - Wizzrobe
Rank 6 - Zain
Rank 7 - aMSa
Rank 8 - Plup
Rank 9 - iBDW
Rank 11 - S2J
Rank 12 - Fiction
Rank 13 - SFAT
Rank 14 - moky
Rank 15 - n0ne
Rank 16 - Trif
Rank 19 - Hax$
Rank 20 - Lucky
Rank 21 - Ginger
Rank 24 - PewPewU
Rank 30 - Shroomed
Rank 36 - Gahtzu
Rank 43 - Magi
Rank 54 - Colbol
Rank 70 - KoDoRiN
Rank 72 - Free Palestine
Rank 83 - Nicki
Rank 99 - TheSWOOPER

Ultimate[edit]

DatePlaceEventResultPrize
2019
2019-03-10M313 - 16thSmash Ultimate SummitWario0 : 3United StatesIncineroarMew2King$743
2019-03-03S1533 - 48thUltimate Nimbus0 : 2United StatesZenyou
2019-02-03S63193 - 256thGENESIS 61 : 2United StatesRude
DatePlaceEventPartnerResultPrize
This player has no results.


Project M[edit]

DatePlaceEventResultPrize
2015
2015-05-24B12ndBattle Arena Melbourne 7 Side Event2 : 3
1 : 3
United StatesLucky
2015-01-11A11stB.E.A.S.T 5Falco1 : 3
3 : 1
United KingdomSnakeProfessor Pro$467
2014
2014-06-29Q717 - 24thCEO 2014LUnited StatesKoreanDJ
2013
2013-06-02Q717 - 24thZenith 2013DQUnited StatesBubbaking
2012
2012-10-07B12ndThe Big House 2LUnited Statesmetroid1117$96
DatePlaceEventPartnerResultPrize
2016
2016-06-19I39 - 12thLow Tier City 4MangoUnited States
LuckyUnited States
DQUnited StatesStrong Bad
United StatesMachiavelli


Brawl[edit]

DatePlaceEventResultPrize
2014
2014-05-11R725 - 32ndGet On My Level 2014LCanadaBlacktwins13
DatePlaceEventPartnerResultPrize
This player has no results.
No VODs on record


Rankings[edit]

Melee[edit]

Tournaments Organized[edit]

Melee

Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Tier
Type
2019-06-09
$2,740
274 entrants
United States La Mirada
No Tier
 
2018-11-11
$3,500
350 entrants
United States Norwalk
No Tier
 
2018-03-18
$4,570
457 entrants
United States Long Beach
No Tier
 
2009-03-21
$1,279
128 entrants
United States San Bernardino
No Tier
 

Ultimate

Tournament
Date
Prize
P#
Location
Tier
Type
2019-06-09
$2,470
247 entrants
United States La Mirada
No Tier
 

Matches[edit]

Singles[edit]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcfv63Xvs5c https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Omi9MyweC_I#t=130

Vs. Armada[edit]

Vs. Mew2King[edit]

Vs. PPMD[edit]

Vs. Hungrybox[edit]

Interviews[edit]

2019[edit]

2017[edit]

2016[edit]

2015[edit]

2014[edit]

2013[edit]

2012[edit]

2010[edit]

2009[edit]

Combo Videos[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • Mango played Starcraft II during his off time and was a Masters league player.
  • Mango is infamous for his accidental self-destructs.
  • Mango is a fan of the Philadelphia Eagles due to the movie Rocky.
  • Mango has a tattoo of Fox on one arm and Falco on the other.
  • Mango is a father.
  • Mango received his gamertag in the 5th grade while playing the PC first-person shooter Counter-Strike. He entered his name as "I want Mangos" and which shortened to just Mango.[citation needed]

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