#WOWofTheDay – Havok

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Photo / Jessicka Havok (havok_wow on Twitter)

A monster is about to wreak HAVOK on Women of Wrestling (WOW). The Monster of Madness, Jessicka Havok is coming to WOW. Havok is a six-foot-tall wrecker of men and women alike. A veteran of fifteen years in the wrestling business that calls Ohio home. Whoever steps into her path will find themselves introduced, very quickly, to her madness.

Photo / Jessicka Havok (wow_havok on Instagram)

When Jessicka Havok first started out, she worked for promotions like Mega Championship Wrestling, Cleveland All-Pro Wrestling, and Ohio Championship Wrestling. She competed with other mid-west wrestlers like Neveah, Sassy Stephie, and Allysin Kay. In 2008 she event got to wrestle the legendary Luna Vachon in a hardcore match. 2009 would see her form a tag team with Hailey Hatred. She also competed in the Absolute Intense Wrestling (AIW) Women’s Championship tournament. Hailey and Havok would go on to win the Women Superstars Uncensored (WSU) Tag Team Championships in August of that year. They would lose them in November and that would be the end of their pairing.

The years 2010 and 2011 would see many matches between Jessicka and either Allysin Kay or Sassy Stephie. In February 2011, Jessicka Havok would win the AIW Women’s Championship. She would also go on to form a tag team with Allysin Kay, called Team Be Jealous. They would compete mostly for MCW as a team. Jessicka would lose the AIW Women’s title in July 2011. Later in 2011, she would win the WSU Spirit Championship from Rain. Also, near the end of 2011, we would see the formation of the group the Midwest Militia. This was the trio of Jessicka Havok, Sassy Stephie, and Allysin Kay. 2012 would see Havok ascend to the top of the WSU Mountain when she won the WSU World Title. She would, however, lose it back to Mercedes Martinez shortly after.

Photo / Jessicka Havok (fearhavok.net)

In 2012 she would also participate in the Anarchy Championship Wrestling (ACW) Queen of Queens tournament, making it all the way to the finals. In March of 2012, the Midwest Militia would win the WSU Tag Team Championships. Jessicka would also go on to participate in the Independent Women’s Internet Wrestling Championship tournament, again making it to the finals. June of 2012 would see her lose the WSU Spirit Championship to Marti Belle. She would also add promotions like Shine Wrestling, Northern Championship Wrestling and Crossfire Wrestling to her resume. In 2013 she would add more promotions like SHIMMER, AAW, 2CW, Full Impact Pro (FIP), and Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW). The Midwest Militia finally lost the WSU Tag Team titles in 2014, they held them for over 700 days.

Also, in 2014 Jessicka would form a tag team with fellow Ohio native Neveah. They would be known as the Killer Death Machines. They continue to team to this day. 2014 would also see Havok join TNA Impact Wrestling (now known as IMPACT Wrestling). She was known simply as Havok there. In September, she defeated Gail Kim to win the TNA Knockouts Championship, the episode aired on television October 1st. She would lose the title to Taryn Terrell on the episode of Impact that aired on November 19th. Her next major feud would be with Awesome Kong, who returned to TNA in January of 2015. The two would clash in a cage match at Lockdown on February 6th. This would be Havok’s last appearance with the company, departing in the summer of 2015.

Video / Women’s Wrestling Revolution

2016 would see Havok compete in the Queens of Combat Championship tournament, making it to the semi-finals. She would challenge the QOC Champion, Taeler Hendrix in a losing effort later that spring. She would also reform the Midwest Militia with Allysin Kay in the Extreme Wrestling Organization for a match. In August of 2016, Jessicka would make her debut in the United Kingdom for Southside Wrestling Entertainment. She would also debut for Ring of Honor in 2016. 2017 would see Jessicka Havok debut for World Wonder Ring Stardom. While on tour with them, she participated in the Cinderella Tournament, making it to the quarterfinals. In December of 2017, she would win the AAW Women’s Championship, which she still holds today.

Jessicka also teams on occasion with Sami Callahan, together they are known as The Death Machines. In January of 2018, The Death Machines teamed with Dave Crist to win the Rockstar Pro Trios titles. She would lose her captain’s place title to Clayton Jackson in February. Jessicka would also appear for RiSE Wrestling, House of Glory (HOG), The Wrestling Revolver, Limitless Wrestling and of course, taping for Women of Wrestling. The Killer Death Machines would receive a tag team title shot in SHIMMER, albeit unsuccessful. In December, she won the AAW King of LaSalle Battle Royal.

Photo / Women of Wrestling

Outside of wrestling, Jessicka is an avid video game player. She has a Twitch channel that is active quite often. She’s also an animal lover, having a couple of cats and a dog. Jessicka has also hosted several Twitch fundraisers with the proceeds going to assist various animal charities. Clearly, Jessicka Havok is well versed in love and hate. You’ll have to tune into WOW on AXS TV starting on January 18th to see what side the other Superheroes get to see.

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