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Mondongod "Ssunday" "Dio" "NoticeMe"
Character info
Smash 4 main Lucario
Ultimate main Ridley
Other Ultimate characters Hero, Banjo & Kazooie
Team info
Sponsor(s) AXEX Academy
Rankings and results info
Most recent ranking Super Smash Bros. 4 Venezuelan Power Rankings: 29th
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Venezuelan Power Rankings: 13th
Personal and other info
Real name Juán Sánchez
Location Miranda Venezuela

Mondongod is a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Ridley player and tournament organizer from Miranda, Venezuela. He has wins over players like Pancakes, Starlad, SwL, Bones, Grillmaster, Clay, Elec, and CarvaGrease.

On July 16th, 2022, Mondongod was signed by AXEX Academy.[1]

Tournament placings[edit]

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
TCT #6 September 9th, 2017 17th
Stone Ocean Major November 11th, 2017 17th 13th EdX
Smash Stars Circuits February 3rd, 2018 17th
Shake It Friday #5 February 23rd, 2018 9th

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Stone Ocean Major 2019 February 23rd, 2019 13th
Smashdown March 23rd-24th, 2019 25th 17th MIKE
SmashDay April 7th, 2019 7th
Tess: Endgame June 1st, 2019 13th
SmashDay 2 June 30th, 2019 9th
Stone Ocean July 6th, 2019 25th
Anzoátegui Edge September 14th, 2019 7th
Mirror of Twilight September 29th, 2019 9th
Mirror of Twilight - Segunda División September 29th, 2019 1st
ULTER Gaming Tournament #1 October 12th, 2019 9th
Hyrule Circuit #1 November 2nd, 2019 9th 1st morrocoYo
Game&Wario November 9th, 2019 5th 2nd morrocoYo
ULTER Gaming Tournament #2 November 12th, 2019 13th
SmashDay 3 December 8th, 2019 5th
Hyrule Circuit #3 January 11th, 2020 13th
Hyrule Circuit #4 January 18th-19th, 2020 7th
Screw Attack February 1st, 2020 7th
Screw Attack #2 February 8th, 2020 9th
Show Me Your Moves February 22nd, 2020 13th
Smash Pro Circuit 2021 #2 February 20th, 2021 5th
Smash Pro Circuit 2021 #3 March 13th, 2021 9th
Smash Pro Circuit 2021 #5 May 28th, 2021 7th
Smash Pro Circuit 2021 #7 - Champions June 26th, 2021 13th
SmashDay 4 July 18th, 2021 9th
Spring Regional 2021 July 24th, 2021 5th
Smash Pro Circuit 2021 #9 August 7th, 2021 7th
Stone Ocean Nationals 2021 August 21st, 2021 13th 5th Kellios
Smash Pro League #1 September 4th, 2021 5th
Winter National 2021 November 13th, 2021 9th
SmashDay 5 December 5th, 2021 7th
Smash Pro League #8 January 15t, 2022 4th
Stone Ocean: Legends February 5th, 2022 7th
Smash Pro League #9 February 19th, 2022 9th
SmashDay 6 March 19th, 2022 17th
Stone Ocean: The Controller April 30th, 2022 5th
Smash Pro League #12 May 15th, 2022 5th
Return of the Shadows! May 21st, 2022 9th
Smash Pro League #13 May 29th, 2022 5th
Unova League July 16th, 2022 17th
Smash Pro League #17 August 14th, 2022 5th
Phoenix Rise August 20th, 2022 17th
PRO42 Ultimates #2 September 17th, 2022 5th
Shinra Factory September 24th, 2022 7th
Valhalla Gaming Arena Series #2 October 16th, 2022 3rd
Neo City Arena October 22nd, 2022 7th
Smash Pro League 22 January 21st, 2023 5th / 107
Last Stage February 4th, 2023 9th / 106
Smash Cup 24 April 22nd, 2023 13th / 138
Smash Cup 24² July 1st, 2023 17th / 107
Last Stage: for all the Marbles November 11th, 2023 17th / 157


Following Stone Ocean 7, many people began criticizing Mondongod for his choices when running the tournament. Specifically, players complained how the $1,165 prize pool was only distributed to the top 4 players despite the fact that Stone Ocean 7 was, at that point, the largest tournament in Venezuela.[2] Instead of addressing these complaints, however, Mondongod began blocking users who criticized him on Twitter.

One of the people Mondongod blocked was a user under the tag Max, and following her block she released a Twitter thread accusing Mondongod for mishandling allegations regarding her and another player, Yunna. Max stated that Yunna had sent nude pictures of her to multiple players in the scene, including Mondongod himself, and that although he was only banned for six months, Max alleged that Mondongod continued to protect Yunna from having a full ban. In addition, Max accused Mondongod for trying to ban her over rumors on how Max was telling people that she was underage when Yuuna began talking to her; not only did Max deny the rumors, but she also alleged that Mondongod later retracted the statement and blamed someone else for spreading the rumor. Ultimately, Max accused Mondongod for knowing what had happened between her and Yunna, but did little to alleviate the situation as Mondongod was friends with Yunna.[3]

In response to the accusations, Mondongod released his own statement on Twitter. He denied trying to defend Yunna, and instead claimed that he had worked with Venezuela's backroom to extend Yuuna's ban to indefinite. He also admitted to considering a ban for her but denied every seriously pursuing one due to a lack of evidence. Finally, he named the "someone else" Max mentioned as a player under the tag Hyper, and noted how he was no longer willing to work with Hyper due to the accusation.[4]

Hyper has also released a response where he added context to what Max and Mondongod had stated. Hyper explained that he only told Mondongod that Yunna was talking to many girls in an uncomfortable way; Hyper specifically clarified that his focus was on Yunna being a horrible person, not that he was a groomer. However following the Stone Ocean 7 controversy Mondongod messaged Hyper asking whether Max was underaged, in which Hyper denied. Mondongod then preceded to explain how he wanted to ban Max for spreading rumors, even after Hyper tried explaining that that he was the one who said the (albeit misconstrued) rumors. Hyper told Max what Mondongod was going to do, leading Mondongod to ban Hyper instead on the count of "lack of evidence" for his "rumor."[5]

Ultimately, Mondongod was banned from Venezuelan tournaments for three months, with the backroom citing Mondongod's incompetence in handling the controversy as well as his attempted unjustified bans.[6]


  • Modnongod was also a League of Legends and Magic: The Gathering professional player.


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