Jimmy Havoc

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James Mcahren (born 19 March 1984) is an English professional wrestler, best known under the ring name Jimmy Havoc.wikipedia
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Zack Sabre Jr.

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Jimmy Havoc trained at NWA UK Hammerlock under Andre Baker and Jon Ryan, alongside the likes of Zack Sabre Jr. and Fergal Devitt before making his debut in 2004.
On 22 October 2005, Sabre defeated Falcon in Whitehaven, Cumbria, at a NWA UK Hammerlock event to capture the NWA United Kingdom Junior Heavyweight Championship, which he has held since, successfully defending it on 22 July 2006, against David DeVille, on 20 September 2006, against Paddy Morrow, on 28 February 2007, against Jimmy Havoc, on 18 July 2007, against Jamie Stirling, and on 25 April 2007, against El Generico.

CZW Tournament of Death

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Havoc appeared in European versions of the CZW Tournament of Death in both 2010 and 2012.
Notable entrants in the Tournament of Death have included Jimmy Havoc, Ian Rotten, Corporal Robinson, Nick Mondo, Ruckus, Eddie Kingston, Jon Moxley and Mickie Knuckles (the only female entrant to date).

Will Ospreay

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The group lost its first members at Chapter Fifteen, as the four members of the group (not including Zercher) took on Progress Tag Team Champions Eddie Dennis and Mark Andrews, Will Ospreay and Noam Dar in a "titles vs careers" match. Havoc also unsuccessfully competed for the TNA King of the Mountain Championship in a King of the Mountain match against champion Eric Young, Bram, Big Damo and Will Ospreay on the edition of 8 March of Impact Wrestling.
Ospreay was left on his own and lost the match, after which the Progress Champion Jimmy Havoc came to the ring and ordered London Riots to tie Ospreay.

ICW World Heavyweight Championship (Scotland)

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Havoc would not be seen again in ICW until 1 April 2018, when he returned to The Garage to face Mikey Whiplash in a Death Match for the chance to challenge for the ICW World Heavyweight Championship, with Mikey gaining the victory by delivering a Zombie Maker to Havoc through a sheet of glass.
Initially a regional heavyweight title in the Glasgow area, the title was defended outside Scotland for the first time by Jack Jester, who defeated Jimmy Havoc in London, England to retain the title on May 4, 2014.

Tyler Bate

At Chapter 39, he defeated Scurll by DQ, thus advancing to a 7 way elimination match for the vacant Progress championship making to the final two but lost to Pete Dunne after Tyler Bate attacked him.
In their final dark match on the tour, Seven and Bate teamed with Clint Margera to take on Pete Dunne, Damian Dunne and Jimmy Havoc in a losing effort.

Combat Zone Wrestling

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He quickly became known as one of the top deathmatch wrestlers in Europe, debuting for International Pro Wrestling: United Kingdom in 2008, Germany's Westside Xtreme Wrestling in 2009 and appearing on a joint show between wXw and U.S. hardcore promotion Combat Zone Wrestling in 2010.
Previous winners include Wifebeater (TOD 1 and 3), Nick Mondo (TOD 2), Necro Butcher (TOD 4), Nick Gage (TOD 5 & TOD vs. Gorefest), Drake Younger (TOD 6), Brain Damage (TOD: FF), Jimmy Havoc (TOD 7), and John Zandig who gave the trophy over to Thumbtack Jack who lost the Tournament of Death trophy at Best of the Best to DJ Hyde (TOD 8).

Mark Andrews (wrestler)

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Havoc would then use an open contract given to him by Smallman to defeat Progress Champion Mark Andrews (who had just wrestled both Paul Robinson and Rampage Brown in consecutive matches) to become champion and pick up his first victory in Progress.
However, the reign was short lived, as Jimmy Havoc cashed in another guaranteed title shot that same evening, stealing the title after a series of chair shots.

Pete Dunne

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At Chapter 39, he defeated Scurll by DQ, thus advancing to a 7 way elimination match for the vacant Progress championship making to the final two but lost to Pete Dunne after Tyler Bate attacked him.
Dunne pinned Jimmy Havoc to become the new Progress World Champion after Tyler Bate came down to the ring and attacked Havoc, aligning himself with Seven and Dunne.

Trent Seven

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At Chapter 43, Havoc defeated Pete Dunne in a championship match by disqualification after Trent Seven interfered.
In their final dark match on the tour, Seven and Bate teamed with Clint Margera to take on Pete Dunne, Damian Dunne and Jimmy Havoc in a losing effort.

Rampage Brown

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Havoc would then use an open contract given to him by Smallman to defeat Progress Champion Mark Andrews (who had just wrestled both Paul Robinson and Rampage Brown in consecutive matches) to become champion and pick up his first victory in Progress.
The P.O.D would not return to ICW together until Fear & Loathing XI, on 2 December at The SSE Hydro, where they defeated The Briscoe Brothers, The Kings Of Catch, The Purge, The Fite Network and Jimmy Havoc & Mark Haskins in a 6 team Tables, ladders, and chairs match, for a guaranteed shot at the ICW Tag Team Championships.

Decay (professional wrestling)

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In February 2016, Havoc entered Total Nonstop Action Wrestling saying he had "unfinished business" with Decay's valet Rosemary, Decay would later confront Havoc, with the ensuing beat down leading to Havoc taking on Abyss in a losing effort in a "no disqualification match" on 1 March episode of Impact Wrestling.
On the Maximum Impact 8 tour, Decay would be confronted by Jimmy Havoc, who inferred a past relationship with Rosemary and attempted to get her back.

Mark Haskins

Havoc then teamed with Mark Haskins in late 2018, defeating the Kings Of Catch, and gaining a spot in a 6 team Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match at Fear & Loathing XI. On 25 September 2016, over a year since he was last seen in the promotion, Havoc returned to Progress at Chapter Thirty-Six during the main event for the Progress Championship involving Marty Scurll, Tommy End and Mark Haskins.
Haskins successfully defended his title against Zack Gibson at Chapter 37 and against both Marty Scurll and Jimmy Havoc at Chapter 38.

Marty Scurll

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On 25 September 2016, over a year since he was last seen in the promotion, Havoc returned to Progress at Chapter Thirty-Six during the main event for the Progress Championship involving Marty Scurll, Tommy End and Mark Haskins.
Competing regularly for Progress, he was notably part of a four-way match for the Progress Championship at Chapter Twelve, facing Rampage Brown, El Ligero and then-champion Jimmy Havoc, and fighting again for the title at Chapter Eighteen against Will Ospreay, Noam Dar, Dave Mastiff, Paul Robinson and champion Jimmy Havoc.

Jack Jester

On 1 April 2012, Havoc made his debut for Insane Championship Wrestling, at 'So's Yer Maw' in The Garage, tagging with Iceman against Jack Jester & Chris Renfrew.

Flash Morgan Webster

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After the match Dunne and Seven continued attacking Havoc until Mark Haskins and Flash Morgan Webster rescued Havoc, leading to a six-man tag match at Chapter 44, where Haskins, Webster, and Havoc defeated British Strong Style, when Havoc pinned Dunne, thus winning another championship match.
At Chapter 44, Webster, Mark Haskins and Jimmy Havoc defeated British Strong Style.

BT Gunn

As the rivalry continued, Jimmy defeated BT Gunn in ICW's first ever Thumbtack Kickpad match, for the right to face Rhyno at Fear & Loathing VI.
At the 22 December episode of Defiant, they unsuccessful challenged for the titles, losing to defending champions Jimmy Havoc and the Primate.

Noam Dar

The group lost its first members at Chapter Fifteen, as the four members of the group (not including Zercher) took on Progress Tag Team Champions Eddie Dennis and Mark Andrews, Will Ospreay and Noam Dar in a "titles vs careers" match.
The tournament win earned him another shot at the Progress Championship against Jimmy Havoc.

Progress Wrestling

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The group lost its first members at Chapter Fifteen, as the four members of the group (not including Zercher) took on Progress Tag Team Champions Eddie Dennis and Mark Andrews, Will Ospreay and Noam Dar in a "titles vs careers" match. Havoc would then use an open contract given to him by Smallman to defeat Progress Champion Mark Andrews (who had just wrestled both Paul Robinson and Rampage Brown in consecutive matches) to become champion and pick up his first victory in Progress. Havoc is known for his work with Progress Wrestling, Defiant Wrestling, Insane Championship Wrestling (ICW), and International Pro Wrestling: United Kingdom (IPW:UK).
Prince Devitt also appeared twice for the promotion, defeating Zack Sabre Jr. at Chapter 13 and losing to Jimmy Havoc at the Progress World Cup, his final match in the UK before signing with the WWE.

Killian Dain

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On 4 March, Havoc teamed with Big Damo for TNA's One Night Only: Joker's Wild pay-per-view losing to Drew Galloway and Mike Bennett.
At TNA One Night Only: Joker's Wild, Big Damo and Jimmy Havoc were defeated by Drew McIntyre and Mike Bennett.

Nathan Cruz

Havoc then started to team with Mark Haskins, but they were defeated by The Origin (Zack Gibson & Nathan Cruz) at Chapter 50 and by British Strong Style(Trent Seven & Tyler Bate) in a match for the Progress Tag Team Championships at Chapter 53, after the latter match Havoc confronted Haskins about being distracted during the match, when Dunne took Haskins' wife hostage, and started a brawl thus turning heel once again.
At chapter 50, Cruz and Gibson defeated Jimmy Havoc and Mark Haskins, after the match Cruz refused to celebrate with Gibson and walked away.

XWA (professional wrestling)

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On 26 October The Suicidal, Suicidal, Suicidal Jimmy Havoc answered the challenge but added the stipulation of 'No Rules'.

King of the Mountain match

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Havoc also unsuccessfully competed for the TNA King of the Mountain Championship in a King of the Mountain match against champion Eric Young, Bram, Big Damo and Will Ospreay on the edition of 8 March of Impact Wrestling.

Jimmy Jacobs

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Havoc then faced Jimmy Jacobs on 9 December at CZW Cage of Death 19.
Jacobs defeated Jimmy Havoc in a match on December 9 at CZW Cage of Death 19.

Mance Warner

He later joined Promociones Dorado and began being promoted by Salina de la Renta and also started feuding with Mance Warner.
At MLW Saturday Night SuperFight he defeated Jimmy Havoc and Bestia 666 in a "Stairway to Hell" match in which a bale of barbed wire was suspended above the ring.