Mixed martial artist
| 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
170 lb (77 kg; 12 st)
| Lightweight (current) Welterweight|
San Jose, California, United States
Alexander Trevino Wikipedia
Alexander Trevino (born 1981) is an American mixed martial artist, who is best known for his 4-fight stint with now-defunct promotion, Strikeforce. He was cast a member of former UFC champion, Frank Shamrock's reality series, "School of Hard Knocks” and was part of the Shamrock Submission fighting team until December 2009, and is now part of the Gracie Fighter MMA fighting team.
Trevino graduated from Montague high school in Montague, Michigan, in 1999. While in high school he won a state medal in wrestling and trained in boxing at Lane’s Gym in Muskegon. He also trained in Jiu-jitsu at White Lake Combat Club in Michigan under head instructor Frank Bumstead. Trevino held an amateur record of 5-1 before attending the reality show “School of Hard Knocks”. Trevino moved to San Jose, California to train with the Shamrock Submission fight team, until he left in December 2009.
Trevino made his Strikeforce debut on June 27, 2008, at Strikeforce: Melendez vs. Thomson against Eric Jacob. He won via first round armbar. He then faced Gennaro Strangis at Strikeforce: Young Guns III on September 13, 2008. Trevino won via unanimous decision.
His next fight was at Strikeforce: Carano vs. Cyborg on August 15, 2009, facing Isaiah Hill. Trevino won by keylock submission. Trevino suffered his first loss under the Strikeforce banner, when he lost a unanimous decision to Rico Altamirano at Strikeforce Challengers 4 on November 6, 2009.
In his latest fight, Trevino faced Dave Courchine at XFC 27: Frozen Fury on December 13, 2013. He lost the fight via second round knockout.
Trevino has a younger sister named Sarah. Having finished High School, Trevino decided to start fighting, as he wasn't able to focus on a profession unless it was something he really loved, due to his ADHD.
Trevino also attended the School of Hard Knocks reality TV show, a show intended for people who have had problems with personal abuse and use MMA as a way to recover.