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WSU fires Jessicka Havok; strips her of World Title
By Nick Magee (@pwsmarktalk)
May 2, 2014 - 9:39:57 AM

Credit: Ringbelles Online (Lee Burton)

WSU fires Jessicka Havok; strips her of World Title

Jessicka HavokIn a startling announcement, Women Superstars Uncensored has stripped Jessicka Havok of its World Championship, nine days before she was due to defend the belt against LuFisto at the Queen and King of the Ring iPPV.

Revealing the news on its Facebook page, the promotion says that the Havok Death Machine is “banned for life” – though no word as to why.

The 27-year old held the title for 733 days in what was her second reign with the belt, defeating defending Champion Mercedes Martinez and Brittney Savage in a 3-way on April 28, 2012. Since then, she has turned back the challenges of Lexxus, Alicia, Athena, Shanna and Alpha Female, and as mentioned, was meant to to be defending against LuFisto a week on Saturday.

She was also plunged into a storyline which effectively dissolved the Midwest Militia, as Sassy Stephie called her out for not making it to August’s Uncensored Rumble show, describing her explanation – that she has experienced transportation issues – as “bullshit”. The pair engaged in a Cold War of words with Havok calling out Stephie for accepting another booking on the day of October’s Blood and Thunder event, culminating at Mutiny with Havok substituting for fellow Militia member Allysin Kay to effectively cost her teammates the Tag Team Titles and Stephie being unsuccessful in running interference during Jessicka’s defence against Alpha Female later in the night.

Consequently, WSU has booked a match for the vacant title between the Super Hardcore Anime and the woman she defeated at Mutiny in February to become number one contender, Athena, with both agreeing to the winner being decided in a best 2 out of 3 falls match. At the time, attendee Dave Muscarella described their contest as “possibly WSU’s best ever match”, so it has a lot to live up to – though considering the roll both have been on this year, it has all the makings of a screamer, with a new WSU Champion guaranteed in Voorhees, NJ on May 10.

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