Alexander Perez

Mr. Alex started his martial arts training at the age of three, under Hely Perez in Choka-Quin-Ryu. He received his Jr. black belt at the age of ten, before moving to the United States. Upon his arrival, he started training in Tae-Kwon-Do under Grand Master Alexander Song's lineage. In 1996, he received his red belt in Tae-Kwon-Do. Throughout his teen years, he trained in various martial arts such as Muay Thai, Jiu-Jitsu, and Kickboxing. He started his journey into American Kenpo in 2001, and received his 1st degree black belt under Manny Reyes Sr.'s lineage in 2005. He founded Ultimate Kenpo Warriors in May 2007. Soon after he became a second generation student of Senior Grand Master Ed Parker. He has received his 2nd and 3rd degree black belt under his instructor, Senior Professor Ken Herman. With the direct guidance of his instructor, Alexander wishes to pass down Ed Parker's American Kenpo Karate to future generations… not just the how, but also the why.

Alexander has competed in several tournaments such as the Miami Open, the Pan-Ams, and the Disneyland Festival. He holds many 1st place trophies in Traditional Forms, Traditional Weapons, and Sparring. He has also trained a few state champion competitors such as Anthony Ramirez (KickUSA State Champion), Christopher

Sangiorgio (NASKA champion) and Micayla Johnson (NASKA Champions), as well as, several MMA fighters. Alexander hopes to have many more students who will become champions in upcoming competitions.



Noelle Sansaricq

Noelle Sansaricq
Noelle Perez has been involved in the martial arts for over fifteen years. She earned her first black belt in 2002 under Head Instructor Bennie Cornett. She is currently a 2nd degree black belt under Alexander Perez. Noelle has a passion for teaching children and has been doing so for ten years. Noelle and Alexander married in March 2013 and enjoy running the school together. Noelle graduated from Florida Atlantic University with a bachelor's degree and is now a registered nurse. She enjoys reading and the sunny Florida weather.

Charles Harriott

Noelle Sansaricq Charles Harriott began training the martial arts at the age of three. He began training Tae-Kwon-Do with Jeff Pupo in his garage. Pupo shortly after opened a school where Charles continued. The school was purchased by Bennie Cornett and Charles stayed on as a student through the transition. It is here he began his training in American Kenpo at the age of six. He would continue training there for the next twelve years obtaining his junior, apprentice, and finally 1st degree black belt. During this time he coached sparring, demo, and competition teams, instructed classes and began cross training in kickboxing, kali, basic aikido and judo through seminars and specialty classes at Boca's Best Karate. It was here that he met Alexander Perez and the two began exchanging knowledge and improving one another's skills especially in the realm of full contact sparring.

In 2004, Charles left Boca Raton to earn his B.S. in Physics from the University of Florida, in Gainesville. While there, though on a slight martial arts hiatus, he continued to improve his skills through gymnastics and break dancing. In 2006, Charles began to train under Professor Steven Levi, in the Universal Martial System, a martial art with elements of striking, takedowns and grappling. This led to his
increased proficiency and passion for the grappling arts. Since then he has earned his purple belt in the Universal Martial System, his green belt in Judo from the University of Florida Judo Club under Honatho Saddler, and his blue belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu from Renshinkan Academy in affiliation with De la Riva Jiu Jitsu under Beto Nunez and Raffa Santos. He currently trains with the F2 fight team, UF Judo Club, and Renshinkan Academy in Gainesville, Florida.