Killer Death Machine: Nevaeh Makes IMPACT Debut

On Tuesday at IMPACT Rebellion Night 2, a new face emerged from the locker room to watch the Full Metal Mayhem match between Jessicka Havok and Rosemary. While to many it was an unknown woman named simply Nevaeh, seemingly scouting Havok, many longtime indie fans are aware of the longstanding connection between Nevaeh and Havok.

A product of the Midwest indie scene, Ohio’s Nevaeh started out in 2005 with Les Thatcher‘s Heartland Wrestling Association (HWA). In 2008, she made her debut SHIMMER, where she won the SHIMMER Tag Team titles with future 5x Knockouts Champion Madison Rayne. Since then, Neveah has been a force in the US indies, competing for Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW), Rockstar Pro, Queens of Combat (QOC), Women’s Superstars United (WSU), and IWA Mid South to name a few, where she’s been IWA Mid South Women’s Champion, Rockstar Pro Champion, and WSU Spirit Champion.

Since 2012, she’s been a part of the Ohio Is For Killers (OI4K) stable, lead by Sami Callihan and the Crist Brothers, Jake & Dave. Nevaeh has a particularly invested interest in the faction, married to Jake Crist, and since 2014 has been tag partners with Havok in The Killer Death Machines. The Killer Death Machines have brought chaos to SHIMMER, RISE Wrestling, Rockstar Pro, Wrestling Revolver, and even to previous IMPACT specials. The duo also works Women of Wrestling (WOW) under the name Monsters of Madness (where Nevaeh competes as Hazard). The Killer Death Machines are the current reigning Guardians of RISE (Tag Team) Champions.

Will Nevaeh be joining Havok in the Knockouts division to continue the Killer Death Machines mandate of destruction or does she have other plans in the works? We’ll have to wait till next week to find out!

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