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Additionally, the week where her birthday resides may very well be the most eventful of her career to date. This past Saturday, Havok bested her blood rival and the woman she beat for the title, Mercedes Martinez, in a casket match at WSU's iPPV event, Uncensored Rumble. She will now enter the company's new era under the Beyond Wrestling banner as their ace. This coming Sunday, she makes a long overdue debut for Anarchy Championship Wrestling, a company that seems to have been tailor made to have her aboard, as she looks to conquer the Queen of Queens tournament. Her first round match is against Lady Poison, which with apologies to Jazz and Rachel Summerlyn, is the most intriguing one of the bunch.
No matter what happens though, I think Havok has staked her claim to join wrestlers like Summerlyn, Sara del Rey, Kevin Steen, Davey Richards and Eddie Kingston as the elite in the indies. I think her goal was to make the face of independent wrestling wear a half-skull bandanna, and she's done just that. Regardless of what anyone thinks about her career to date though, please join me in wishing her a happy birthday!