A Bloody Mess: Jimmy Havoc To Face PCO In First Time Match-Up

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Throughout 2018, PCO – formerly “Quebecer” Pierre Carl Ouellette in the WWF in the 1990s – has been on a devastation spree, as one of the most intense monsters on the indie circuit. Since his defeat of WALTER at this spring’s Joey Janela’s Spring Break 2PCO has gone on to face such hardcore names like Nick Gage, Eddie Kingston, LA Park, “Walking Weapon” Josh Alexander, Dan Maff, Joey Janela, and Homicide, as well as heavy hitters like Matt Riddle, Chris Dickinson, Brody King and Jeff Cobb. But today, Toronto’s Smash Wrestling has announced a new opponent for PCO in his “Not Human” World Tour – England’s King of the Goths and hardcore pariah Jimmy Havoc.

Jimmy Havoc is no stranger to the ultraviolence. He has shed blood – his opponents and his own – all across the UK for years. The current reigning Defiant Wrestling Hardcore Champion is more than just a hardcore wrestler mind you – he’s also a former PROGRESS World Champion (holding it a record 609 days), IPW World Champion (770 days) as well as Tag Team Champion with Mark Haskins. Last year he took his sado-masochistic tendencies to the US to compete in Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW)‘s Tournament of Death 16, which he ended up winning. He’s no stranger to Smash Wrestling either, making his Smash debut in late 2016, and has competed regularly for the Canadian promotion, including challenging then Smash Champion Tyson Dux for his title on occasion. He’s also currently one of the stars of Major League Wrestling (MLW) – a roster he now shares with PCO – although the two’s only interaction so far has been sharing the ring as part of MLW’s 40-man Battle Riot. This will mark the first time that Havoc has faced PCO one on one.

Considering the pain threshold of both men, as seen in PCO’s training vignettes alongside his “handler” Destro and in just about every match Jimmy Havoc has been a part of, there’s no limit to the amount of carnage one might witness at Smash Wrestling’s In Your Dreams event this December 16 in Toronto, Ontario.

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