Jessicka Havok
Havok in October 2018
Birth nameJessica Cricks[1]
Born (1986-06-20) June 20, 1986 (age 35)[1]
Massillon, Ohio, United States[1]
Spouse(s)Sami Callihan (engaged)
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s)Havok
Jessicka Havok
Billed height6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)[2]
Billed weight264 lb (120 kg)[3]
Billed fromMassillon, Ohio[2]
Defiance, Ohio[4]
Trained byShasta[2]
Justin Diaz[1]
Lones Oaks[1]
Debut2004[2]

Jessica Cricks (born June 20, 1986) is an American professional wrestler, better known by her ring name Jessicka Havok. She is currently signed with Impact Wrestling, under the ring name Havok where she is a former one-time Impact Knockouts Champion and one-time Impact Knockouts Tag Team Champion. She regularly performed for several independent promotions, including Shine Wrestling and Women Superstars Uncensored, where she is a former two-time WSU Champion.

Professional wrestling career

Early career (2004–2009)

Cricks debuted in 2004, using the ring name Jessicka Havok.[2] During the first years of her career, she made appearances for Mega Championship Wrestling, Cleveland All-Pro Wrestling, and Ohio Championship Wrestling. She also competed for the Main Event World League (MEWL) promotion, where she defeated Jason Blaze in a casket match on October 6, 2007, to win the MEWL Cruiserweight Championship.[1]

Women Superstars Uncensored (2009–2014)

Havok debuted in Women Superstars Uncensored (WSU) in 2009, where she formed a tag team with Hailey Hatred. Havok and Hatred won the WSU Tag Team Championship on August 22 at As the World Turns, by defeating Alicia and Brooke Carter. The pairing successfully defended the championship in a rematch against Alicia and Carter, before losing the championship to the team of Angel Orsini and Mercedes Martinez. As part of WSU, Havok was part of Rain's Army, helping Rain attack her rivals. Throughout 2010, Havok was undefeated in singles competition, including victories over ODB and Amy Lee.

Havok in 2012
Havok in 2012

After leaving Rain's Army in late 2010, Havok defeated Rain in a singles match at The 4th Anniversary Show in March 2011. Havok then moved into a feud with Alicia, with the duo facing off in a series of matches throughout mid-2011. Havok defeated Alicia in an Uncensored Rules match, and a Last Woman Standing match at Havok vs. Alicia III: Last Woman Standing ended in a draw.[5]

On September 24, Havok defeated Rain to win the WSU Spirit Championship. Havok joined forces with Sassy Stephie and Allysin Kay to form The Midwest Militia and at the Breaking Barriers II internet pay-per-view, The Midwest Militia defeated Team WSU (Mercedes Martinez, Alicia, and Brittney Savage) in a War Games match. After retaining the WSU Spirit Championship against Becky Bayless in January 2012, Havok defeated Martinez to win the WSU Championship in March, holding both championships simultaneously. On April 28, Havok lost the championship back to Martinez, despite having her foot under the bottom rope. Havok regained the championship that same day, defeating Martinez and Savage in a three-way match.[5]

On June 16, Havok lost the WSU Spirit Championship to Marti Belle. That same day, at the Uncensored Rumble V pay-per-view, Havok defeated Martinez to retain the WSU Championship in the first women's casket match.[6] As part of a talent exchange, The Midwest Militia began competing for the Canadian promotion NCW Femmes Fatales (NCWFF) in 2012.[7] At NCWFF's ninth show in July 2012, The Midwest Militia defeated Courtney Rush, Xandra Bale, and Cat Power in a six-woman tag team match.[8] Havok retained the WSU Championship against Athena on February 9, 2013, at An Ultraviolent Affair.[9] On May 11, Havok defeated Sami Callihan in an intergender match.[10] On February 7 and 8, 2014, Havok retained the WSU Championship against The Alpha Female and Shanna.[11]

On May 1, 2014, Havok was stripped of the WSU Championship and "banned for life" from competing in the company.[12] Two months later, on July 12, Havok defeated Mia Yim in an Uncensored Rules match to revoke her ban from the promotion.[13]

Combat Zone Wrestling (2013)

After WSU signed a talent-sharing agreement with Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW), Havok debuted for the promotion at the 14th Anniversary Show, where she and Adam Cole lost to LuFisto and Sami Callihan in a mixed tag team match.[14] She quickly moved into a feud with Ohio is for Killers member Nevaeh, with their first match at Wanted in March ending in a double countout.[15] Their second match took place at the Proving Grounds 2013 show in May, which Havok lost.[16]

Other promotions (2012–2014)

Havok in February 2013, wearing a gas mask as part of her "contagion-themed" character[17]
Havok in February 2013, wearing a gas mask as part of her "contagion-themed" character[17]

In 2012, Havok began competing for the newly opened Shine Wrestling, debuting for the promotion during their second event against Reby Sky. After Havok attacked Sky with a chair, the duo began feuding, and at Shine 8, Havok lost to Sky to end the feud.[18] She qualified for the tournament to determine the inaugural Shine Champion by defeating Madison Eagles at Shine 9.[19] At Shine 11, Havok advanced to the semi-finals of the tournament after winning her match against Saraya Knight by disqualification. Later that night, she faced Rain in the semi-final, but lost by countout after being attacked by Knight.[20] At the following show, Havok defeated Ivelisse to earn the number one contendership, and unsuccessfully faced Rain for the Shine Championship.[21] At Shine 13, Havok and long-time ally Allysin Kay began teasing a feud when Kay accidentally clotheslined Havok during a match.[22] On the following show, Kay attacked Havok, leading to a singles match at Shine 15, which ended in a no contest.[23][24] After their next match ended in a double countout, Kay and Havok faced off in an Ybor City street fight in April 2014, which ended in a no contest when Havok was struck by a car as part of the storyline.[25][26]

Havok made a surprise appearance during Shimmer Volume 53 on April 6, 2013 where she attacked Serena Deeb. This would set up a match later on in the evening where she, Sassy Stephanie and Nevaeh were defeated in a six-woman tag team match by Regeneration X (Leva Bates and Alison Danger) and Deeb.[27] The following week, Havok defeated Deeb in a singles match following interference from Hatred and Mademoiselle Rachelle.[28] In a rematch at Volume 56, Havok lost to Deeb.[29]

At Full Impact Pro's Declaration of Independence internet pay-per-view in July 2013, Havok was part of a four-way match won by Maxwell Chicago and also including Amasis and Latin Dragon.[30]

Total Nonstop Action Wrestling

Knockouts Champion (2014–2015)

Cricks first appeared for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, as part of the One Night Only: Knockouts Knockdown 2 pay per-view in May 2014. Under her Jessicka Havok name and gimmick, she was defeated by Madison Rayne.[31] In August, Impact began airing vignettes on Impact Wrestling, teasing Cricks' debut.[32][33] Cricks, now known simply as Havok, made her first appearance on the September 3 episode of Impact Wrestling, attacking both Gail Kim and Taryn Terrell after their title match.[34] On the September 10 episode of Impact Wrestling, Havok made an appearance where she attacked Kim and Brittany and took Kim's Impact Knockouts Championship, which led to a brawl between the two later in the same night.[35] At No Surrender, Havok won a battle royal to become the number one contender to Kim's championship.[36] On September 16, Havok defeated Kim at the Impact Wrestling tapings to win the championship; the match aired on tape delay on October 1.[37][38] During the time she held the championship, Havok defended and retained the championship against Velvet Sky at Bound for Glory on October 12,[39] against Madison Rayne on an episode of Impact Wrestling that aired on October 15,[40] and against Gail Kim on an episode of Impact Wrestling that aired on November 5.[41] On the November 19 episode of Impact Wrestling, Havok lost the championship to Taryn Terrell in a triple threat match that also involved Gail Kim.[42] On the January 7, 2015 episode of Impact Wrestling, Havok was lastly eliminated from a battle royal by Taryn Terrell. After the match, Havok attacked Terrell but was then stopped by the returning Awesome Kong.[43] After weeks of tension between Havok and Kong, the two faced off in a steel cage match on the Lockdown edition of Impact Wrestling on February 6, in which Kong defeated Havok.[44] After months of inactivity, on July 30, Cricks confirmed on her Twitter account that she was no longer working for Impact Wrestling .[45]

Independent promotions and Japan (2016)

Havok made her first appearance on ROH televised episode that aired on December 14, 2016, in a losing effort against Mandy Leon with a distraction from Deonna Purrazzo. Havok chokeslamed Leon and Purrazzo after the match.

On April 9, 2017, Havok started her first tour with Japanese promotion World Wonder Ring Stardom.[46] On April 30, she took part in the 2017 Cinderella Tournament, where she and World of Stardom Champion Io Shirai eliminated each other in the second round, after wrestling to a draw.[47] On May 14, Havok teamed with Tessa Blanchard to unsuccessfully challenge Hiroyo Matsumoto and Jungle Kyona for the Goddess of Stardom Championship.[48]

WOW - Women Of Wrestling (2018–present)

It was confirmed that Havok would join Women of Wrestling (WOW)'s taping in October 2018 on AXS TV.[49] Havok had her first match on WOW which aired on February 15, 2019, where she successfully defeated Fire.[50] Havok received a match for the WOW World Championship against the champion Tessa Blanchard, however, this match ended in no contest with the involvement of The Beast and Jungle Grrrl.[51] Through the second seasons of WOW on AXS TV, Havok teamed with Hazard in the WOW World Tag Team Championship tournament and made it through the finales where they lost to Adrenaline and Fire.[52]

Return to Impact Wrestling

Storyline with Su Yung (2019–2020)

On the June 7 episode of Impact!, Havok made her return accompanied by James Mitchell, as she interrupted a match between Rosemary and Taya Valkyrie by attacking them both. Afterwards, it was revealed that Havok had joined forces with Mitchell and Su Yung.[53] Havok received a Knockout Championship match on Slammiversary XVII in a four-way Monster's Ball match along with the champion Valkyrie, Rosemary and Yung. As Valkyrie retained her title, Havok's alliance with Yung began to see fractures.[54] After Slammiversary, Havok and Yung's alliance turned into a rivalry, with both facing each other for the first time on Impact Wrestling on the September 6 episode of Impact! in a match that ended in a no-contest, which continued with a brawl between the two.[55] The feud of Havok and Yung reached to it climax on the September 20 episode of Impact!, when the two faced each other in a no disqualification match, with Havok being victorious. After the match, Havok and Yung continued to brawl backstage, ending with Havok wrapping a noose around Yung's neck and hanging her over the staircase rail.[56] Havok actions caused a character change in Yung, as Yung made an appearance on the October 29 episode of Impact! without her makeup, introducing herself as Susie.[57]

On the March 24, 2020, episode of Impact! a fight between Havok and Yung ended in a betrayal from Mitchell, as he sent both to the Undead Wasteland. The two were able to escape thanks to Rosemary and kill him, ending their feud in the process.[58]

Storyline with Nevaeh (2020–present)

On April 28, 2020, during the second night of Rebellion, Havok faced Rosemary in a Full Metal Mayhem match, which was won by Rosemary. During the match, Nevaeh made her appearance as she watched the match from distance.[59] On the May 26 episode of Impact!, Nevaeh interfered a match between Havok and Kimber Lee, as Nevaeh stopped Lee from hitting Havok with a brass knuckles. Havok and Nevaeh continued to attack Lee afterwards, establishing themselves as a team.[60] Havok and Nevaeh found themselves feuding with Fire N Flava (Kiera Hogan and Tasha Steelz), which led into a no disqualification match on the August 11 episode of Impact!, where Hogan and Steelz were victorious.[61] At Hard to Kill on January 16, 2021, Havok and Nevaeh lost to Fire N Flava in a match to crown the new Impact Knockouts Tag Team Champions.[62]

On the March 30 episode of Impact, Havok was attacked by Nevaeh after they lost a match to Fire N Flava, ending their alliance.[63][64]

Personal life

On June 20, 2021 (her 35th birthday), Cricks got engaged to fellow Impact wrestler Sami Callihan.[65]

Championships and accomplishments

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