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Jessicka Havok regains AAW Women’s Championship

Tonight, in the main event of AAW Hell Hath No Fury, the first AAW Women’s Champion, Jessicka Havok, challenged the current reigning champion, Kylie Rae.

The two had bad blood after Havok interfered in Kylie’s match against Britt Baker at Warrior Wrestling 4 on Friday night. The match got off to a hot start with a brawl that ended up spilling outside the ring. Back in the ring, the champion locked in the Crossface, but Jessicka forced a rope break.

Eventually, the challenger executed a diving Tombstone from the middle rope. Kylie Rae managed to kick out, but Havok quickly transitioned into a Boston Crab, forcing her to tap out. Jessicka Havok is the new and first ever two-time AAW Women’s Champion.

After the match, Jessicka and Kylie hugged in the middle of the ring. The show closed with the rest of the locker room surrounding the ring, joining the crowd in a “women’s wrestling” chant.

Havok originally became the inaugural AAW Women’s Championship by defeating Ivelisse and Rachael Ellering in a Triple Threat Match in the finals of a twelve-woman tournament at AAW Legacy on Dec. 2, 2018. The title isn’t even two years old yet, but their women’s division is off to a strong start.

Check back with Diva Dirt for more news on AAW’s women’s division.

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