Sensei Randy Mengullo is a Kumite (sparring) and Kata (forms) champions in his competitive years
in karate. A faculty member of
Jack & Jill School/Castleson High since 1995, he serves as the official coach and trainer of the
team. He initiated Karate as part of its curriculum integrated to their Physical Education (P.E.) and founded the Karate Fighting System (KFS) to all karate enthusiasts in Bacolod City. He is an active official and
pioneer of Negros Occidental Karatedo Federation (NOKAF) and the Union of Martial Organization of Negros and Bacolod
(UMA-ONEBA). Member of Philippine Karatedo Federation (PKF), the governing body of karate in the country.
Sensei Randy began training at the age of 13 and started his intensive training during
his collegiate years in 1990. He earned his Black belt in 1993 through Shihan Ricardo Diocares and Shihan Rodolfo Gino in
Red Bulls Karate Club 43. Both are respected Masters of Full Contact Karate and champions in their active years early 1970's
Mengullo's competitive years started in full contact tournament wherein he joined competitions
both in Kick Boxing matches and Traditional Full Contact Karate in the province. He started joining Philippine Karatedo Federation
tournaments in 1992 wherein he became champions both in Kumite and Kata in PKF-Regional Championships and garnered medals
and recognition in the National Level. He attend the 13th KOI Karate World Cup in 2003 paticipated by 25 nations worldwide.
Sensei Randy started teaching martial arts after graduating from a BS
Commerce course major in Management at West Negros College (now West Negros University) in the year 1995.