“I hope you suffer I want you.”
These are not just words in ‘The King of Goth’s’, Jimmy Havoc’s, entrance music. These are, in fact, what his opponents have to endure each and every time he steps foot into the squared circle.
A man who defies ‘hardcore’ wrestling, made history by becoming the first ever British-born wrestler to enter the Combat Zone Wrestling Tournament of Death, which he won in 2017. This is not the only accolade to his name – he has won multiple championship’s, like: the Anarchy Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Championship (current holder!), Champion of Wrestling Championship and Defiant Hardcore Championship. Putting aside his current accomplishments, he is a former Defiant Wrestling Tag Team champion, Dragon Pro Wrestling All Wales Champion, Future Pro Wrestling Champion, IPWUK All England and World Champion. With only 15 years to his name in the business, it doesn’t stop there. He has won the Lucha Britannia Wold Championship, NWA UK United Kingdom Junior Heavyweight Championship, Progress Championship, Progress Tag Team Championship, Southside Tag Team Championship, Southside Speed King Championship, TXW Smash Championship and the X Wrestling Goldrush 2015. As if that wasn’t enough, he had the honour of rubbing shoulders with the likes of Current WWE World Champion AJ Styles and Ring of Honour Champion Dalton Castle in the Pro Wrestling Illustrated Top 500 wrestlers in the World in 2017.
Now Kayfabe Events brings to you two nights of over 18’s Q&As, Meet and Greets with arguably the world’s best Death Match Wrestler alive today, but that is not all. For the fans in attendance during the first night on the 25th May in Brighton they will also be graced by a DJ set from the man himself with an extended closing time to one in the morning. Then leading into the second night in Manchester on 26th May where there’s going to be a night of surprises waiting fans, but what could they be? Only way to find out is to be there on the night by getting your tickets at www.kayfabeevents.com.
You have your tickets, but you may be thinking what do I ask Jimmy ‘F’n’ Havoc? There’s the beginning of his career at NWA Hammerlock where he trained under Jon Ryan and Andre Baker. Are there any stories coming up with fellow Trainees at NWA, those notably being Fergal Devitt known today as Finn Balor in WWE and 2018 New Japan cup winner Zack Sabre Junior? Some of you may be thinking why not mat based, submission or high-flying wrestling, why did Havoc choose the path of a hardcore ‘Deathmatch’ Wrestler? Considering Havocs 15 years in the business and having matches with the likes of The Monster Abyss, Current IWGP junior Heavyweight champion Will Osprey, WWE Alumni Carlito and Zack Sabre Junior, what has been his most memorable match and opponent so far? The question many fans have asked, could the Jimmy Havoc character fit into WWE current PG era?