Impact Wrestlings Jessicka says Bound for Glory will mark a milestone

Impact Wrestling star Jessicka Havok has said her upcoming match at Bound for Glory will mark a "milestone" in her near-two decade career.

The one-time tag team champion will look to double her championships tally with a win this weekend against Chelsea Green and Deonna Purrazzo in a match for the Impact Knockouts World Tag Team Championship.

Havok, who celebrated her 19th consecutive year in professional wrestling last month has labelled the Bound for Glory match, which can be viewed on Fite.tv, as a "milestone in my career."

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The "insane" match-up has surprised Havok, who wondered whether she would need to "pinch herself" to prove she was "part of any of this."

Speaking to the Daily Star, Havok said: "To be featured in a match at all at Bound for Glory is a true honour because it is the biggest stage of the year for Impact Wrestling.

"To not only be in a match at Bound for Glory, but a match for the Knockout World Tag Team Championships, that's huge to me. This is a milestone in my career.

"This is something that so many people would love to have the opportunity to do. Do I need to pinch myself? This is insane. It's an honour, honestly, to be part of any of this."

Jessicka also spoke of her time with Impact before her milestone match at Bound for Glory this weekend.

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Praising the "big family feel" of the company and those working there, the one-time Tag Team Champion said: "We're here to build each other up and it's been refreshing to have that. The best part of it is, I can't stress this enough, the people I work with."

Jessicka works closely with members of her stable, Despair, which she says has a "whole different vibe" to what Impact offers, adding: "I just feel like we're the outcasts.

"It definitely helps Decay stand out. I feel Decay is special in many ways, and I think a lot of that has to do with being different.

"We make people feel like they're not alone. You're drawn in, you don't want to look away."

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