Alex Mancillas

Team: Paul Mitchell

Date of Birth: October 19, 2002

Style: Tae Kwon Do

Specialty: Point Fighting, Extreme Forms and Weapons

Hometown: Brownsville, TX

Location: Brownsville, TX

Experience: 15 Years

Leagues: NASKA, WAKO, ISKA, TKO, The League, SKIL, NBL, AOK, TASK

Alex Mancillas is a promising young point fighter and extreme martial arts practitioner. Despite his youth, he has already secured NASKA world championships for sparring and weapons competition. His other martial arts accolades include winning The League triple crown twice, 17 Texas Karate Organization state titles, two diamond rings from the Diamond Nationals, and an ISKA United States Championship that he earned by winning the overall grand championship at the 2019 U.S. Capitol Classics.

Out of the ring, Mancillas prides himself on being a good student and maintaining his place on his school's academic honor roll. He is also a talented instructor, who teaches private lessons and seminars regularly. He is known for his effective teaching methods and ability to connect with young athletes.

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