#AndNEW: Jessicka Havok Regains AAW Women’s Championship

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On Saturday night, AAW: Professional Wrestling Redefined held their Hell Hath No Fury event in Chicago, Illinois, where Jessicka Havok became the new women’s champion.

AAW’s first-ever women’s champion and now first-ever two-time women’s champion, Jessicka Havok first won the belt in December 2017 at Legacy, in a triple threat that also featured Rachael Ellering and Ivelisse. Havok’s first defense came just a month later in another triple threat that featured Scarlett Bordeaux as well as Kylie Rae, the woman who Havok defeated on Saturday night.

A professional wrestler of 15 years, the 32-year-old Jessicka Havok is a well known name in the American indie scene. Wrestling her first match with Main Event Championship Wrestling in 2005, Havok trained and was brought up in the indie scene of her native Ohio. She wrestled for Ohio Championship Wrestling and Cleveland All-Pro Wrestling in her first few years before landing with the all-female promotion, Women Superstars Uncensored in 2009. There, Jessicka Havok is a four-time champion, including twice with the WSU world title, her second reign of which lasted 733 days. The same year, Havok also began working for Absolute Intense Wrestling, where she is the former women’s champion as well.

In 2012, Jessicka Havok debuted with SHINE Wrestling and the following year, became a regular for SHIMMER Women Athletes. Havok also began working for TNA in 2012, where she is a former Knockouts Champion. Among the top women’s promotions, Havok has worked for them all, including World Wonder Ring Stardom, where she made her first and only tour in 2017. While in Stardom, Havok primarily teamed with Tessa Blanchard as well as took part in the Cinderella tournament, reaching the quarterfinals.

Jessicka Havok wrestled for Combat Zone Wrestling and AAW in 2013 for the first time, continuing to increase her presence and her work rate. Havok’s 39 career matches were a career high up until 2015 when she wrestled 48 matches, a number that has consistently gone up almost every year after. AAW became Havok’s main promotion in the ensuing years but she’s also wrestled for World Wrestling Network, House of Hardcore, Lucha Underground (dark matches only), DEFY, Beyond Wrestling, Ring of Honor, IWA: Mid South, Limitless Wrestling, Fight Club: PRO, Southside Wrestling Entertainment, Rockstar Pro Wrestling, WrestleCircus, The Wrestling Revolver, Smash Wrestling and more.

This marks the ninth title in Havok’s career and most recent since she lost the AAW Women’s Championship the first time in May 2018.

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