Jimmy Havoc (Professional Wrestler) Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth

Jimmy Havoc Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Jimmy Havoc is a British former professional wrestler best known under the ring name Jimmy Havoc. He is known for his work with Progress Wrestling, Defiant Wrestling, Insane Championship Wrestling (ICW), Major League Wrestling (MLW) and All Elite Wrestling (AEW). Between the five promotions Havoc is a former and longest reigning Progress World Champion and was one-half of the Defiant Tag Team Champions alongside Primate, and Mark Haskins. He was also one-half of the Progress Tag Team Champions with Haskins. He was also the longest reigning Defiant Wrestling Hardcore Champion and a former IPW:UK World Champion.

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Jimmy Havoc Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth 19 March 1984
Birth Day 19 March
Birth Years 1984
Age 37 years old
Birth Place Dartford, Kent, England
Birth City Kent
Birth Country United Kingdom
Nationality British
Famous As Wrestler
Also Known for Wrestler
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Occupation Wrestler

Famously known by the Family name James McAhren, is a great Wrestler. He was born on 19 March 1984, in Dartford, Kent, England. Kent is a beautiful and populous city located in Dartford, Kent, England United Kingdom.

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James McAhren Net Worth

James McAhren has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Wrestler. Popularly known as the Wrestler of United Kingdom. He is seen as one of the most successful Wrestler of all times. James McAhren Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful British Wrestler.

Jimmy entered the career as Wrestler In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Income Source Wrestler

Jimmy Havoc’s official Twitter account

The Wrestler with a large number of Twitter followers, with whom he shares his life experiences. Jimmy is gaining More popularity of his Profession on Twitter these days. You can read today’s latest tweets and post from Jimmy Havoc’s official Twitter account below, where you can know what he is saying in his previous tweet. Read top and most recent tweets from his Twitter account here…


Social Network

Born on 19 March 1984, the Wrestler Jimmy Havoc is arguably the world’s most influential social media star. Jimmy is an ideal celebrity influencer. With his large number of social media fans, he often posts many personal photos and videos to interact with his huge fan base on social media platforms. Personal touch and engage with his followers. You can scroll down for information about his Social media profiles.

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Life Story & Timeline


On April 18, 2019 it was announced by Progress Wrestling that Havoc would be wrestling his final match for the company on May 6, 2019; Day 3 of that year’s Super Strong Style 16 tournament. Havoc subsequently lost to Paul Robinson. He returned to PROGRESS Chapter 100: Unboxing Live IV – A New Hope where he defeated David Starr in a deathmatch.

Jimmy Havoc wrestled for Major League Wrestling starting in December 2017 through October 2018. He competed in no-rules match against Sami Callihan in October. Callihan put Havoc in a body bag and hit him with a piledriver to finish the match. Following the loss, he disappeared from the promotion. In early 2019 vignettes begun airing hyping his return. In early March, it was announced that he would be wrestling MLW World Heavyweight Champion Tom Lawlor for the championship, at MLW Rise of the Renegades in a street fight. On April 4, 2019, the match took place, where Havoc lost. He later joined Promociones Dorado and began being promoted by Salina de la Renta and also started feuding with Mance Warner.

On February 5, 2019, Jimmy Havoc announced that he had officially signed with All Elite Wrestling (AEW). He debuted at Double or Nothing as a part of the pre-show battle royale for an AEW World Championship opportunity. He lasted until the final four, before being eliminated by Luchasaurus.. At Fyter Fest, he lost a 4-Way match against Jungle Boy, Maxwell Jacob Friedman and Hangman Page, with Page emerging victorious. At Fight For The Fallen, Havoc lost a six-man tag team match with Darby Allin and Joey Janela against the team of Maxwell Jacob Friedman, Sammy Guevara and Shawn Spears. At All Out, Jimmy Havoc defeated Darby Allin and Joey Janela in a Cracker Barrel Clash Three Way match, pinning Janela with an Acid Rainmaker through a barrel. After that, he worked in Dynamite but mostly in YouTube’s program Dark.


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. 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 the edition of 9 February 2018 of Defiant’s YouTube show, Havoc defeated his tag team partner to win the Hardcore Championship.

On edition of 9 March 2018 of Defiant’ YouTube show Havoc turned on his tag team partner Primate and would voluntarily take the pin allowing Aussie Open (Kyle Fletcher and Mark Davis) to capture the tag team titles. However, Mark Haskins would attack them afterwards with Havoc joining him. Havoc would then announce to the crowd that he and Haskins are now a team. On 19 March, at Lights Out, Havoc and Haskins would participate in a triple threat for the tag titles, but would lose after mysteriously Primate’s ape mask was thrown into the ring causing a distraction and allowing Aussie Open to capitalize and retain the titles. On 26 March, at Road to No Regrets, in a rematch they would beat Aussie Open and the team of Joe Coffey and BT Gunn to capture the tag titles. Haskins & Havoc eventually lost the tag titles back to Aussie Open. Some time after losing the tag titles, Havoc and Haskins turned face and entered into a rivalry with the Anti-Fun Police.


On 18 March 2017, he and Clint Margera wrestled as “Callous Hearts” in a losing effort against #CCK (Chris Brookes & Kid Lykos) in the Dream Tag Team Invitational qualifier match at Fight Club: Pro The First Female Of Fight Club.

On 23 July 2017, Havoc defeated Carlito retaining the IPW:UK World Heavyweight Championship. On July 6, Havoc defeated Joseph Conners and Pete Dunne for the British Wrestling Revolution Heavyweight Championship.

After competing in the Square Go match in early 2017, Havoc returned at Shug’s Hoose Party 4, appearing from inside a coffin to attack Mikey Whiplash, and announce the first ever King Of Insanity match at Fear & Loathing X. Battling Mikey Whiplash, Chris Renfrew & Stevie Boy on the Road To Fear & Loathing Tour, Havoc would be unsuccessful in the King Of Insanity match, losing to Stevie Boy.

Havoc moved to What Culture Pro Wrestling after his stint in CZW, Havoc faced Primate to crown the inaugural WCPW Hardcore Championship. On 11 February 2017, it was announced he, along with other wrestlers, would make his What Culture Pro Wrestling (WCPW) debut in the Pro Wrestling World Cup 2017, participating in the English Qualifier that will take place on 21 March 2017.

It was announced via Twitter in February 2017, that Havoc would be the first British wrestler to compete in CZW’s Tournament of Death. He defeated Conor Claxton in the finals to win the tournament. Havoc then faced Jimmy Jacobs on 9 December at CZW Cage of Death 19. in a losing effort.


Also towards the end of February 2016, Havoc made special appearances for Melbourne City Wrestling. His first one was at MCW At Out Best where he faced Mikey Nicholls from TMDK. However, he got injured at the St Kilda Festival, and missed out on facing Mr Juicy at MCW Uncensored.

On 4 October 2016, it was announced that Jimmy Havoc would be making his Canadian debut for Smash Wrestling on their 4th Anniversary Tour in November 2016.

On 24 January 2016, Havoc entered the ICW Square Go! match. On 19 November, Havoc defeated Bram.

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. Havoc would cost Scurll the title whilst saving Smallman from an attack from the then-champion, turning face again in the process. After attacking Scurll again at Chapter 37, Havoc was part of a triple-threat match for the Progress Championship at Chapter 38, facing both Scurll and then-champion Haskins, who retained the title. 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. At Chapter 40 Havoc defeat Scurll in a No Disqualification match, ending their feud and becoming the number one contender to the Progress World Championship. On Progress’s final show of 2016, Havoc faced his old rival Will Ospreay in a winning effort, after the match Havoc apologized to Ospreay for his past actions and ask to join him and fight British Strong Style. Ospreay initially accepted, but then brutally attacked Havoc alongside Paul Robinson, turning heel and restarting their feud.

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 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. 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.


In February 2015, he captured the FPW Championship, adding the IPW:UK All-England Championship in March. In August 2015, he became IPW:UK World Heavyweight Champion after defeating Bad Bones in a TLC match.

In April 2015, he won the SWE Tag Team Championship with Joseph Connors in a Three Way match, but dropped it a month later to the London Riots. In October, he won the SWE Speed King Championship, defeating El Ligero, although it had to be vacated in February 2016, ending 204 days of reign.


He had better luck the following year, winning five out of six match he was involved in. This began in October 2014, in a cross-promotional event between Southside Wrestling and Combat Zone Wrestling, in a Six Man Tag Team match defeating DJ Hyde, Martin Kirby and Ryan Smile, alongside Soldier Ant and Tyler Bate.


In 2013, Havoc would enter a rivalry with James Scott, who took exception to Jimmy’s hardcore style of wrestling. This led to a 2 out of 3 falls match, which Havoc would go on to win. Shortly after this, Havoc was at odds with the New Age Kliq, first competing in tag team match alongside Jack Jester, that was deemed too violent to air on YouTube. 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. After James Scott was later added to the match, Havoc defeated both Scott & Rhyno in a Three Way Dance at Fear & Loathing VI.

In 2013, Havoc wrestled four matches for Southside Wrestling. All four ended in losses: including a singles match against Sabu and a Three Way Hardcore match against DJ Hyde and T-Bone.


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. Just a few months later, Havoc would face Renfrew again, in the first ever Scottish Rules match, with the final result coming to 1-1. One month later, he would compete as part of Team ICW in a Glasgow Street Fight, defeating The Official Community.

Havoc debuted for Progress Wrestling on the Chapter Two event in May 2012 and went on to lose six matches without registering a victory, though became very popular with the Progress fans as an underdog babyface. In November 2013, at Chapter Nine, Havoc attacked promoter Jim Smallman, and aligned himself with the London Riots, turning heel in the process. 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.


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. Wrestling exclusively under the Hammerlock banner until 2006, he made his first appearances outside of the promotion for Triple X Wrestling where he first started appearing as a “deathmatch” or hardcore wrestler. 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. Havoc appeared in European versions of the CZW Tournament of Death in both 2010 and 2012. As of 2013, he has made appearances in other independent companies such as Mid-Atlantic Wrestling and Full Impact Pro.


James Mcahren (born 19 March 1984) is an English professional wrestler, best known under the ring name Jimmy Havoc. He is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW) and also works for Major League Wrestling (MLW) in the United States. Havoc is known for his work with Progress Wrestling, Defiant Wrestling, Insane Championship Wrestling (ICW), and International Pro Wrestling: United Kingdom (IPW:UK). Between the five promotions Havoc is a former and longest reigning Progress World Champion and was one-half of the Defiant Tag Team Champions alongside Primate, and Mark Haskins. He was one-half of the Progress Tag Team Champions with Haskins. He was also the longest reigning Defiant Wrestling Hardcore Champion and a former IPW:UK World Champion.

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