|Mango "Scorpion Master"|
|Melee mains||Falco, Fox|
| Other Melee
|Jigglypuff, Captain Falcon|
|Crew(s)||Roundbit, The Blade Breakers|
|Real name||Joseph Marquez|
|Birth date||December 10, 1991|
Mango (also known as Scorpion Master) is the world-renowned Melee player from Norwalk, California currently ranked #1 in the SoCal Melee Power Rankings. Mango is famous for being able to play almost any character at a competitive level, making significant impacts at tournaments with Falco, Fox, Jigglypuff, Mario, Captain Falcon, and Marth. Mango is widely credited for Jigglypuff's large jump in the Melee tier list bumping it up from being tied for 6th and 7th with Captain Falcon to its current ranking of 3rd.
 Origin of the Name
Mango got his name in the 5th grade when he was playing the PC first-person shooter, Counter-Strike, and he was hungry, so he put his name as "I want Mangos", and since that day, everyone called him Mango.
 Rise to Fame
He placed 3rd in Singles at Evo World 2007, defeating many of the best known professional smashers. He placed 3rd in singles at Super Champ Combo again, defeating many well-known players. In doubles, he also placed 3rd with his partner Lucky, even beating the team of Ken and Isai.
As of March 7th, he is considered one of the best active Melee players in the world, having beaten PC Chris, Chu Dat, Mew2King, and myriad other lesser smashers at Revival of Melee in Nanuet, New York, placing 1st.
On July 12th, 2009, Mango attended GENESIS by DBR, which had 290 entrants in Melee Singles (Melee's largest tournament ever by that time), where he reached the Winner's Finals and lost 2-3 the first set against Armada, a Peach main regarded as the best player in Europe. After beating Hungrybox in Loser's Finals 3-0, Mango entered the Grand Finals against Armada, and had to win two sets to win the tournament. Mango won a very intense and close second set between these two 3-2, and then won the third set 3-0 to win the event.
Revival of Melee 2 caused lots of debate among the smash community, when he placed fourth losing twice to Kage The Warrior. However, rumors and uncertainty ended after Mango clenched 1st place in Pound 4 in both doubles and singles by beating Hungrybox 3-1 in Grand Finals. After Pound 4, Mango had been regarded by many as the world champion of SSBM.
 Scorpion Master
After being banned on Smash World Forums, Mango, along with DBR and the rest of his region, decided to prank the rest of the Smash community by creating an alias known as ScorpionMaster94 and sandbag a number of tournaments. Originally going to use Luigi or Samus, when using his alias, Mango decided to use Mario after soundly defeating fellow SoCal smasher Smoke2Jointz in a money match. Mango and the rest of SoCal created a backstory for his alias, claiming "Scorp" was a prodigy from Mexico named Joshua Lopez who defeated everyone in SoCal and was ready to place Top 3 at Apex 2010. Mango, however, would fail this endeavor, losing to Wobbles and Eggz and getting an unexpected 25th place at Apex 2010. Mango would continue to sandbag, though with other characters like Captain Falcon and Marth in addition to his Mario, receiving 9th place at Revival of Melee 3 and 17th place at Pound V.
 Regaining the Lead
He planned a revival for GENESIS 2 and although upsetted by Taj in Winners' Semis, he was able to fire through Losers' bracket to finally lose a close set 2-3 with Armada in Grand Finals. Afterwards Mango secured his position as champion of North America by winning Revival of Melee 4 and seemed ready to take down Armada. At Apex 2012, Mango, again fell short of people's expectations and received 3rd after being 3-0'd by Armada in Winners' Finals and 3-1'd by Hungrybox in Losers' Finals.
After Apex 2012 though Mango began to truly regain the dominant lead he held back in 2008. He won IMPULSE, a Canadian national which attracted talent such as Dr. Peepee, Hungrybox, Mew2King, and KirbyKaze, as well the Pacific West Regional, Rule 6. Mango so far has continued to defend his victory streak, convincingly defeating Hungrybox in Grand Finals twice; once at MELEE-FC10R Legacy and again at The Big House 2.
At Apex 2013, Mango defeated several notable smashers in Winners' bracket such as Nintendude, Vwins, and Eggm, before losing to Mew2King. In Losers' bracket, he defeated Vwins again, Hax, and Hungrybox before losing to Mew2king again, placing 4th.
 Melee singles tournament placings
Note: This is not a list of every tournament that Mango has attended; it is a list of the most significant tournaments, as determined by number of participants, prize money and prestige. Listed chronologically
- 9th - UCLA Monthlies II
- 5th - Super Smash Royale III
- 4th - UCLA Monthlies III
- 25th - 0C3 (Zero Challenge 3)
- 7th - EVO West
- 3rd - EVO World ($1,000)
- 3rd - Super Champ Combo ($400)
- 1st - UCLA Monthlies IV: The Return ($300)
- 1st - UCSD Winter Smash II ($876)
- 1st - Pound 3
- 5th - UCLA Monthlies V: Melee Strikes Back
- 1st - Triweekly XIX
- 1st - UCLA VII: Avalanche ($92.5)
- 1st - SCSA West Coast Circuit #1
- 1st - CGC @ SFSU Presents: West Coast Smash League
- 1st - SCSA West Coast Circuit #2
- 1st - Quakfest 14: It's Dark And Effing Cold
- 1st - UCLA Revival ($105)
- 1st - Revival of Melee ($675)
- 1st - Mango Juice ($717)
- 1st - SCSA West Coast Circuit #3
- 1st - CGC @ SFSU VII ($150)
- 1st - Smashpocalypse VII ($220)
- 2nd - Mass Madness 15
- 1st - Event 52: MWC ($675)
- 1st - SCSA West Coast Curcuit #4
- 1st - Mass Madness 16: Mango Madness
- 1st - Gigabits Freedom to Melee
- 1st - GENESIS ($2,280)
- 1st - SMYM 10 ($744)
- 1st - S.N.E.S. ($800)
- 1st - Active Gamers ($1,000)
- 1st - CGC @ SFU XII
- 1st - Pat's House ($932)
- 4th - Revival of Melee 2 ($80)
- 1st - Winterfest
- 1st - Pound 4 ($2,000)
- 1st - SCSA West Coast Circuit #5 ($372)
- 2nd - Tourneyplay 5
- 1st - 2GG Presents: Champ's Biweekly
- 31st - NCT & 2GG Presents: Nice Shot Hugo
- 1st - Grev Monthly IX ($96)
- 2nd - Grev Monthly X ($52.50)
- 2nd - J.B. Presents: Good Shit German
- 25th - Apex 2010
- 9th - Revival of Melee 3
- 5th - Don't Go Down There Jeff!
- 2nd - Winter Game Fest VI ($300)
- 17th - Pound V
- 2nd - 2GG Tatsumaki IV
- 1st - 2GG 1.4
- 1st - Grev Monthly XIV
- 2nd - GENESIS 2 ($1,198.13) + ($500)
- 2nd - Sudden Death IV ($84)
- 1st - Revival of Melee 4
- 3rd - Apex 2012 ($480.00)
- 1st - UCSB Spring Lan 2012
- 1st - IMPULSE ($390)
- 1st - MELEE-FC10R Legacy
- 1st - The Big House 2 ($684)
- 2nd - Kings of Cali ($228)
- 4th - Apex 2013 ($392.40)
- 1st - Sweet IX: Winter Opener ($303.00)
- 1st - Ranbats 1
- 1st - B.E.A.S.T 3
- 1st - Kings of Cali 2
- 2nd - NorCal Regionals 2013
- The only players who have a positive record over Mango are Ken and Armada (2-3), both of whom are retired.