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High Flyer
Image of High Flyer
Real name Jack Harmen
Ring Names High Flyer, Thirteen, FAKEPulse, Nirvana, "Reckless", Pepsi Man 3000, El Harmattan
Height 6’0”
Weight 225 lbs
204¼ lbs/93 Kilos
Date of birth December 17th, 1975
Place of birth Bethlehem, PA
Date of death n/a
Place of death n/a
Resides Los Angeles, CA
Billed from The Snowy Part of Los Angeles, CA
Trainer Jeremy Odesa

LoC (2015 - )
Defiance Wrestling, (2014, 2017 -)
IWO (1999 - 2003)
jOlt (2002, 2012)
WWR (2000, 2002)
A! (2002 - 2003)
fWo (2003- 2005, 2009)
PRIME (2007 - 2009 2011, 2012-2013)
ACW (2010, 2012)
InterGalactic Champions (2012)
CSWA (2005 - 2007, 2012 - 2013)
EPW (2010 - 2014)
NFW (2006 - 2014 )
nbW (2006 - 2008, 2013 - 2018)
Handled by Thomas Ford
Win/Loss Record 612 - 412 (approximate as of 2009)
Debut l. Edward Glide (January 1998)
l. El Hijo del Santo (October 1993)
Retired Currently Active

Jack Harmen (Born December 17, 1975), better known by his former ring name High Flyer, is an American professional wrestler currently signed to the Legacy of Champions and WrestleUTA, through DEFIANCE. He is the current LoC Legacy Champion. He is the General Manager and day to day operator of nbW. He is a practicing trainer, promoter, Color Commentator and a former share-holder of ACW. He is on a paid by appearance / Legends contract for Championship Wrestling Association(CSWA). He was also a competitor in the 2012 Ultratitle tournament, wrestling at Survivalism against Eli Flair in the Final Four of a 128 man tournament.

Flyer initially came to prominence in Mexico, wrestling inside the historic AAA federation. He traveled to Japan and Europe before he ever legally worked in the states. By 1998 and the age of 21, he had wrestled in over 30 countries, including Japan's prestigious Super J Cup Tournaments, without ever having legally worked in America. High Flyer had returned home and worked numerous independent promotions along the east coast, specifically Philadelphia. In 1999, High Flyer signed a contract with the IGN affiliated Internet Wrestling Organization, where he eventually became the first man to win the promotion's "Grand Slam", a term loosely used backstage to describe winning each of the IWO's 8 major championships. Eventually, only two other individuals would accomplish this: AWS Man(Also Known as Bill) & Schitzo Todd. In 2003, the promotion shut down due to growing financial concerns and the unrelated death of a beloved Hall of Famer, Syphon Fission. In 2011, Jack Harmen purchased the entire tape library to the IWO.

In 2003, he joined the (now formerly) Disney run fans Wrestling Organization. He is one of the few individuals to hold any Heavyweight Championship for over one thousand days, winning the fWo World Heavyweight Championship in October 2005 and losing it in May of 2009. He is a two time FWO world champion. Flyer went on to nbW, where he would become the World Champion and join it's Hall of Fame in 2012. Shortly after, Harmen went off to PRIME, winning the tag straps 3 times and the 5-Star Championship once. During this time, High Flyer wrestled across 9 different federations with over 80 television apperances in 2008 alone. In 2010, Flyer slowed down and focused on his new homes, NFW & EPW. In NFW, he gained success as a mischief maker, doning multiple identites and personas on his way to winning the National Title from Rook Black. Striking a friendship with NFW Hall of Famer and former Ultratitle winner Nova, the two formed Superfly Express and won the Everette Tag Team titles. Shortly after Nova left NFW, Harmen went heel, won their World Championship, and the promotion hit a standstill. Team VIAGRA joined DEFIANCE, and then, joined LoC, where they would become two time tag champs, and Jack Harmen would win the Legacy title.

Throughout his career, High Flyer is considered one of the greatest aerial artists in professional wrestling. He has the gimmick of a Snow Selling, Time Traveling Neighborhood Lunatic. He has played this persona as both a crowd favorite and a villain.

He is also apart of the successful tag team Team V.I.A.G.R.A. alongside his brother-in-law, Tony Davis and his manager/protégé Mary-Lynn Mayweather. They were once called the best tag team in PRIME's history, and have had 12 World Tag Team Championship reigns across multiple promotions. 

Harmen has been inducted into five Hall of Fames, the IWO, nbW, jOlt, UTA, and PRIME. Jack has held 21 World Championships, 24 Tag Championships, 22 mid to low card championships, and 14 Cruiserweight Championships

the Prologue(1975 - 1993)

High Flyer, fWo 2003©

Jack Harmen was born to Sarah and Joseph Harmen on December 17, 19 75 late in the evening as it snowed in a quaint little town of Bethlehem, PA. Joseph Harmen was a professional wrestler himself, wrestling at the time for the National Wrestling Alliance(NWA). Joe Harmen's one claim to wrestling fame was defeating Ric Flair to hold the NWA Heavyweight Championship in 1983 during the Caribbean Tour for a single day. NWA does not recognize this reign.

Joseph Harmen's potential as a professional wrestler was never achieved, due to bookers of the time preferring larger more freak show orientated performers. Being sub-six foot and less than an NFL cornerback, Joe spent much of his career as a Jobber to the Stars, before being killed during a match that his family was in attendance at. The wrestling world mourned, but not like a young eight year old Jack Harmen would.

Joseph Harmen was always the glue that held the family together, kept Sarah's chaotic and anarchistic personality under control. But once Joseph was out of her life, Sarah's dormant psychological problems reared their head, and she committed suicide in the bathroom of a hotel room.

Due to his parents dying at such a young age, he considers himself a Cylon in jest.

He has an older brother named Jake, and a younger sister named Tammy Cradle. Shortly after High School graduation, Jack followed in his father's footsteps, traveling to Mexico.



During his senior year of High School, Jack trained in a southern California promotion called the PWA. Shortly after high school, Jack moved and trained in the Odessa Dungeon by head trainer Jeremy Odessa. Jack Harmen eventually inherited this training school.

Three months later, Jack Harmen went to Mexico. He wore a mask, and simply called himself "Reckless." Initially, he lacked character unable to speak the language. Unmarketable and unappealing as a commodity, Jack spent most of his time in Mexico by himself, worrying about job security. Jack would occasionally wrestle in Japan during this time as well.

After wrestling for two years as a beating post, Jack Harmen learned enough Spanish to come out of his shell, and he did so at the perfect time. In 1995, AAA ran a "Best High Flyer" tournament, which Harmen was able to win. Dropping his moniker of "Reckless", he proclaimed himself the greatest cruiser weight this world had ever seen. That the style of high flying wrestling wasn't created before HE himself existed. Turning "rudo", he gained quite a lot of heat until 1997. It was there he lost a Mask vs. Career Match against Sam Potright, and was forced to leave Mexico in shame. Two months later, and Jack Harmen returned to America.

The Independants(1998)

Extreme Wrestling Association

High Flyer made his stateside debut in January of 1998, wrestling in quite a few independent promotions. His first, however, was the EWA, signed by recommendation from his trainer, Jeremy Odessa. Jack debuted in a Royal Rumble match, and formed an alliance with parody characters of real wrestling famed Shawn Michaels and the Outsiders, creating a makeshift version of Degeneration-X. Flyer would go on to lose his first singles match against Edward Glide, and then defeat Wild Card for his first win in America. He would go on to face Edward Glide two more times, and to this day, has never bested the retired professional wrestler. Most of their encounters occurred in Greensboro, North Carolina, the current home of the CSWA.

Over time, his stable disbanded, and Flyer was the only one to remain. He came into his own, winning each championship twice and became a cornerstone to the promotion until it's end in late 2000.

Professional Fantasy Wrestling

Another independent promotion, Flyer debuted here in 1999 and quickly won the Television championship from a wrestler named Cheez. He won an award for best TV champion.

When the promotion returned from a short hiatus, Flyer teamed with a friend inside the "Ring of Fire" stable(Post, Squala, Zealot, Flyer) and won the PFW Tag Team Championship. Shortly afterward, Flyer won a main event battle royal, claiming the World Heavyweight Championship. This caused Flyer to grow an ego, and Zealot eventually took the belt off of him.

But his biggest feud for the PFW World Championship was with Markus King, where they exchanged the belt to each other twice. In the course of four months, Flyer had been a four time World Champion. Afterward, Flyer and Post were set to do battle in a feud over painkillers, before the promotion shut it's doors down for good in mid-2000.

Grand Wrestling Alliance

High Flyer had memorable feuds with Tigro, Jonny Nightmare, & Muntjack during this time. Throughout the entire promotion, he both feuded and teamed with all three of these men. Jack was also apart of the E-A stable, the Extreme Alliance, and later formed a tag team with Tigro labeled as the Esoterics. Despite all of this, Flyer didn't hold tag team gold until winning the titles with Muntjack. He is a former five time Cruiser weight Champion of the promotion, and it was one of his earliest US Stateside homes.

Internet Wrestling Organization(1999-2003)

Early Days

High Flyer joined the IWO as a long term investment. He toiled in the undercard for a good five months in unremarkable (and disorganized) feuds with Jax Stone & Mike Haven. At Blood Showers in April, even being considered the No 1 Contender to the Television Championship could not get him booked on the show, and so Flyer took some time off. During these days, High Flyer would occasionally appear on WWF's Shotgun Saturday Night, jobbing to various stars like Test or Pete Gas in a similar way that his father did. His highest profile match during this time was a dark match on Monday Night Raw against Owen Hart

The Cult

Flyer returned with former enemy Jax Stone by his side. Together, they formed a stable along with Al Coholic, Ken War & Justin Shack). As Flyer and Stone were considered the leaders of his upstart stable, both men received heavy screen time in May and June. Not to mention, Flyer developed long lasting relationships with 'Coholic, Shack, and War, which would help define his career over the course of the next year.

Beach Party 1999 was the only impressive showing from the Cult in the entire history of the IWO. During this show, High Flyer & Jax Stone defended the IWO I.C. Tag Titles against the NEW Era of Our Kind. Flyer also defended his newly acquired Television championship against all members of his Cult stable, and successfully came out of both defenses. However, Jax Stone turned on the group(and specifically Flyer), as the stable dissolved shortly thereafter.

High Flyer went into a state of denial over losing his first friends/allies/soldiers. He began to believe that he WAS the Cult, and as long as he remained, the Cult would be alive and well. Delusional and paranoid, Flyer spun out of control, losing both championships to the Beverly Hills Bruisers & Black Assassin respectfully, before taking time off the air to reset his character.

Snow Selling

He returned a few weeks later in a series of "Falling Star" interviews, where random fans would point towards him and call him a failure. For a character who had always been bragadocia, it truly humbled him, and may have even knocked something loose in his cranium. Now, Jack wallowed in self-pity. Even defeating Ian Kain for the United States Championship could do nothing to alleviate his fears of being past his prime at 26.

While United States Champion, Flyer routinely searched out what his true "calling" was. Having felt he fell into Professional Wrestling rather than choosing it, Flyer toured around for his identity, before finding it at a local business career fair. A weather machine that gave him power over the elements, enough to deliver snow to anywhere in the country, finally gave him a purpose outside of the ring.

Flyer, rejuvanted, hit the ground running(or sledding, if you will). He attempted to sell his snow to anyone who would listen, allies, enemies, friends, bookers, hell, even random passersby were subjected to Flyer's sales pitch. Just as Flyer's character was really getting over with fans, he injured his knee in a cage match with Justin Shack, which caused him to lose his United States Championship and go in for surgery.

Flyer remained on shows during this time, and returned earlier than the doctors wished he would. During this time, he worked a program with the Mysterious One while injured. His match with the Mysterious One cemented him as a force in the organization. Afterward, he was put into a short feud with former Cult friend, Ken War, whereby Flyer defeated War for the Pacific Championship.

After everything, Flyer's business hit a standstill around the time of May Mayhem. Investigated by the federal government, Flyer was arrested for illegally opening a trade company or business without filling out the right paper work or claiming it on his taxes. However, during all this time, Flyer never sold a single inch of snow, and the court were forced to claim that Flyer's business was not in fact a business, and that he would be free to go.

At the end of the 2000 May Mayhem Match, Flyer appeared in the middle of the ring, coming out of a time machine(that he bought from Rob Kestler by trading him some snow for it) with the tag team championship(A belt he currently did not hold, a tag team he currently was not apart of), and destroyed everyone with it in a truly "WTF"esq moment.

Team V.I.A.G.R.A.


The tag team that Flyer would be in in the near future would be Team V.I.A.G.R.A.with fellow nads salesman Tony Davis, and they would shortly win the tag team titles, holding onto them as long as the record breakers,Hostile Youth. V.I.A.G.R.A. played baby-faces, dominating all challengers for months, including a short five minute World title reign for the Lunatic. Shortly afterwards, Flyer became bitter over what had occurred and they looked to create a bit of chaos and panic and gain their rightful glory at the top of the card, believing themselves to be the top draws of the show.They turned heel and joined with Evan Levine and his Central Powers to accomplish this, but nothing is ever as it seems. Tony would lose a World Heavyweight Championship match and be forced to retire due to the match's stipulation. Evan Levine wound up screwing Flyer out of the World Championship, and weeks afterwards, attempted to bring the FWF over to invade the promotion. At Fear the Darkness, Flyer attempted to stop Evan with inside knowledge and a well timed sledgehammer to the skull, but things didn't work out as planned, and Evan was victorious over Psycho Jay due to Flyer's actions.

Flyer would turn face from this point, teaming with legend Phelen Kell until Kell's disappearance from wrestling in January of 2001. Flyer wouldn't see much action early in 2001, suffering from a torn ACL that would have to be repaired(the same injury that cost him the United States title in a cage versus Shack, and the same injury that Flyer fought through for his biggest victory to date against the Mysterious One. Tony Davis re-injured the appendage by striking Flyer with a car in early January, putting both men on the shelf for about three months.

Davis returned as the evil TRENCH COAT MAN, or Trenchie for short, being basically mean to puppies and small children. He ran amok for a while until Flyer came to stop him, and revealed "Trenchie" to be none other than Tony Davis, in an impromptu match at April's WarCry event. Davis won the match, but absolutely had to destroy Flyer in order to do so.

Two months later at Beach Party, their conflict would come to a close, and V.I.A.G.R.A. would reform, wrestling Shawn Arrows & Ben Archer for a bit before putting over Doozer. Tony Davis would then leave the promotion, as V.I.A.G.R.A. was signed to jOlt.

Flyer would remain behind to help try to pick up the shattered pieces of what had since become the IWO.


Jack was set to run a program against AWS Man(Also Known as Bill) when Joey Malone & Kent Anthason both left the promotion shortly after the fallout of 2001. But the promotion ran into technical issues and things were left unresolved due to a phantom Hostile Takeover that had never taken place. Word is, none of the executives could figure out who the title should go to. The promotion lost some funding, and things dramatically changed.

When the place returned, Flyer was the longest running roster member, and had recently been inducted into the Hall of Fame. With new champ Simon Seaman crowned, he needed an adversary, and Flyer was that man. They feuded for a bit before Flyer put Seaman over in a retirement match.

But like all retirement matches, it didn't stick, and Flyer was back by Ice Age. He made fun of this on a few occasions and held reservations about returning to an IWO ring so soon, but the roster had been depleted and star power was needed. Flyer went into a feud with Sam Potright over the new Cruiserweight Championship(A retooled TV title), and then dropped the belt to Donnie Daze before reforming Team V.I.A.G.R.A.

V.I.A.G.R.A.would go on to win the Tag Team Titles, and they would be the last team to ever hold them.

In 2003, Flyer returned as the IWO did, in an independent fashion. He wrestled every show, usually putting over talent in a means to facilitate new stars. Dolby Jenkins and he were set to have a huge blow off at Ice Age, but in September, the promotion, met with the death of fan favorite Syphon Fission and growing financial constraints, closed its doors for good.

jOlt, A!, WWR, & other(2001-2003)


High Flyer had a short lived tandem with Evan Levine. It was long enough to win the FWF World Tag Team titles with Evan, as the two had worked closely with FWF in one of the main IWO angles at the time. Cross promotion was essential.


High Flyer entered jOlt with tag team partner Tony Davis as part of Team V.I.A.G.R.A.. They went on to partner with Chris Titan and Chris Register and call themselves Fueled by V.I.A.G.R.A.. They would each win the tag team titles, before the four man tag team/stable split up, and V.I.A.G.R.A. won the defending contest.

Most of this tour was under a prankster/jovial motif! Starting in pre debut segments where Reno Davis and Grendal were the subject of pranks involving impotence. Particularly interactions with former owner of the promotion Samantha became their focus as she quickly was annoyed by the duo. As Fueled by V.I.A.G.R.A., they feuded with such wrestling mainstays as Wippit Guud, J-Con, Mike Extreme and Sepiroth De Luc.

A! Wrestling

High Flyer joined Action! Wrestling in December of 2002. He wrestled Joey Malone in the main event for the Action! World Heavyweight Championship.

Shortly after that, he begun a friendship with A! Carnage champ Simon Seaman. Or seemed to, until Tony Davis showed up, and the two attacked him. This lead to a heel turn, which was effective enough to screw up Flyer's run in his other promotion, the aWc.

Flyer and Davis routinely performed as Team V.I.A.G.R.A. during this time. Their tour of duty lasted approximately four months.



Stint 1 2000 {C}High Flyer joined the promotion during a large crossover event involving IWO superstars. He feuded with Al Coholic, but after a legal issues between WWR and the IWO came to light, Harmen had to choose. He left the WWR to side with the IWO.

Stint 2 2002 {C}Set in the future five years, the Lunatic would be a crippled veteran trying to make his return to the business inside the halls of the World Wrestling Revolution. What that meant was a return to the wacky antics of his prime.

So much so, the WWR gave him his own half hour television show, broadcasted as part of the programming. The show followed Flyer, his wife Kate Young-Harmen, his son Allocca Harmen, & his next door neighbor and clown friend Harlequinn.

The first episode involved Flyer and Harlequinn discovering a conspiracy for wide spread mind control perpetrated by the "I Can't Believe it's Not Butter" company. The second episode involved a snow storm that buried a local convenience store that Flyer was shopping inside of an avalanche of snow. The last episode that was fully edited was never aired on television as the WWR lost it's funding. It starred two of his wrestling pupils and ACW/LoC tag team championship "Southtown" Josh Klein & "Fly Guy" Derek Edwards losing their local night club.

During this run, Flyer was a Main Event superstar, fighting Spike Saunders & Ray Chavez for the WWR Championship in WWR's first and only Pay Per View, WWR Wresolution

Epic Wrestling

High Flyer joined this for a short period of time, hoping to find his brother, who had once wrestled inside it's walls years ago. He got involved in a short altercation with Kent Anthason, former IWO World Heavyweight Champion, but both men disappeared from the promotion..


High Flyer was billed as a baby-face World Heavyweight Champion. The only problem?

Everyone hated him.

Not because of who he was, but just what he did, in a much larger promotion, Action! Wrestling. After attacking Simon Seaman, Flyer debuted to a shocking course of boos.

Over the next month, Flyer attempted to stay calm, sell the idea, keep the story moving. But things floundered pretty quickly. Under the pressure of making a company work that had a backwards main event, he occasionally broke out of his Kayfabe "nice guy" and revealed the frustration that the whole situation was causing him.

It was the unveil of his Lunatic persona.

At the first pay per view, Flyer defeated L.i.T. via nefarious deeds, and went full blown heel. He did everything to keep his place at the top, cheating, running away, defending the belt with honor, until it all crashed down at the next show, Ascension, where L.i.T. would win the championship.

After that, Flyer went nuts, rampaging for his rematch through roster man after main event. When he was suspended, he destroyed a production truck. And when he still wasn't listened to, he took aWc off the air. He never returned after that, but the promotion would a few months later, severely crippled from Flyer's stunt.

fans Wrestling Organization(2003-2006)

After the IWO closed, Flyer underwent surgery to repair nagging loose bone fragments in his arm and knee. After a few months for recovery, High Flyer began working numerous dark matches for the WWE and FWO. In December, he wrestled against Matt Hardy on Velocity, and in dark matches against Jamie Noble & Chavo Guerrero. In 2002, High Flyer wrestled Spyder & Rush in dark matches. In January, he wrestled a series of dark matches against Great Dragon and a dark match in WWE against Brian Kendrick(under his Diamondback persona). In February, Flyer was allowed to challenge Great Dragon on television for his FWO Cruiserweight Championship, during his "Open Challenge" reign, where Dragon defended his title against competitors outside of the FWO. He was signed two months later to a contract. Harmen had injured his ribs in a ladder match in aWc at the time, which required him to miss Cyberslam. He did recover in time to debut in May, in his big time hometown of Philadelphia.

Cruiserweight Division

High Flyer started a feud with former Cruiserweight Champion Great Dragon, bringing their impressive series of dark matches and one offs to television on a weekly basis. High Flyer stole Great Dragon's mask and disrespected him along the way to Meltdown, where Great Dragon gained his vengeance. Shortly after, the FWO organized a cage match with numerous cruiserweights, at the behest of High Flyer. Flyer wanted to showcase the Cruiserweight division, only the higher ups believes that meant DANGER and high risk. When things went horribly arry and two cruisers were injured, Flyer stepped forward and took the blame. After months of beating himself up about the incident, Flyer came out and admitted he was a shell of his former self. He was a failure. The Legion of Dairy came out, and claimed that Flyer had lost his way, had lost his spark, his passion. Scotty J. Bowman, the current Cruiserweight Champion, came to Flyer's defense, and a tag match was scheduled. During the match, Flyer confirmed himself as a bad guy, taking Bowman and tossing him into the Dairytown Death Drop. High Flyer joined the Rogues, and the week after, defeated Bowman for his championship.

the Rogues

As a member of the Rogues, Flyer held onto his Cruiserweight championship as if it were his lifeline. Flyer played a "Second in Command" pseudo mentorship role with eron, until eron challenged Spyder to a retiremenet match and lost.

Thrusted into the leadership position, Flyer attempted to make bold challenges to gain attention, and it cost him the fWo Cruiserweight Championship in a match against Scott Slugger. Two weeks later he regained the championship, and then entered into a deal with Lance Knight to take out Kellen Kinkade. But it was all an unsuccessful scheme by Flyer to take Kinkade and Knight to beat each other up and take the United States title.

During his planning, he lost his championship to Kagos and everything fell apart. Flyer turned on Knight and Flyer had to fight a war on two fronts, while facing the new US Champ, Jon Crisp.

Flyer tumbled out of the title chase and wound up inside the tag division, questioning his loyalties when former tag partner Tony Davis & best friend showed up. He had to choose between the Legion of Dairy & Davis, and chose Davis, only for the LoD 2k3 to show up as allies of Tony. Everything would fall apart when Flyer injured Davis at the February show, and showed remorse for his actions...

Return to Roots

High Flyer took some lessons from the injury he caused to Tony Davis, and approached his ring work and career more carefully. Shortly after that, he won the United States Title at Cyberslam, defeating Eli Flair and Vince Jacobs. He would go onto a memorable feud with Kellen Kinkade, where he would lose the fWo US title to him, but gain the tA/21w Immortal Championship in a rematch. The fWo US title went to OCW with Kinkade, ending their feud, and Flyer's title reign.

In August, Flyer defeated Xias for the Internet Championship, and went on a lengthy feud with Rana Venenosa, losing the belt(and his friends the Legion of Dairy) to him at Twilight and then losing the rematch at Countdown. He proceeded to destroy a production truck.

Flyer would then go on to feud with Brand Frontier, after he got in the way of Flyer's revenge on Dairy, followed by a memorable program with Craig Miles where Craig showed him how skewed his priorities really were.

He proceeded with the goal of restoring fWo's fractured cruiserweight division, by taking Doctor Curiosity's belt from him. On his third attempt, Flyer was able to work around the rules, and gain the advantage, defeating Curiosity at Meltdown. Later that night, teaming with Rana, they would win the battle royal, and Flyer would finally be able to beat Rana, who had bested him twice before.

Flyer was then able to have an opportunity at any moment, at any of the championships the fWo had available.

The Turn

He blinded Poison Ivy, he crippled Deacon, and he forced "Superstar" Vince Jacobs into fWo retirement.

And then admitted to all that it was a plan to gain the fWo championship.

Too bad the plan backfired, crippled the federation's already fragile defenses, and lead to the Countdown riot that shut the federations doors down from Network Television.

The Odesa Dungeon

In 2006, after the fWo's Countdown event, Flyer returned to his school to give some of his protégés a bit more training. Derek Edwards & Josh Klein returned as pupils, as well as former ACW star Lucious and eventual PRIME star and manager Mary-Lynn Mayweather attended. More students were involved with this program, but no full list was released to the general public.

Shortly after this was completed, Flyer returned to the ring at ACW's Courage 100, wrestling and losing to Alias.


High Flyer joined the Primetime Central GTT 6 tournament, and lost in the third round in a contest with finalist Sammy Brown, having defeated Jim Axtell(via forfeit) and Steve Watson - CPA in prior rounds. Watson even lasted an extra round past Flyer, having gained a replayed entry due to the closeness of their first round matchup.

no brand Wrestling/TEAM(2006-2008)

In early 2006, High Flyer would wrestle dark matches against some of the Crown Jewels of NWA:TNA, against AJ Styles, Christopher Daniels, and Samoa Joe. He would decline a contract with them after his payment was delayed for multiple weeks. High Flyer debuted in December 2006 in No Brand Wrestling, taking over a vacated spot in the second round of the North Atlantic championship tournament. Flyer used this opportunity to take him all the way to the finals, losing in a Ladder match to Austin Advent at 25 to Life.

Flyer and Davis joined forces as Team V.I.A.G.R.A., and continued to appear on sporadic nbW shows, highlighting themselves up until Flyer's Shivaree win. After, Flyer was put through a hellacious gauntlet by boss Xander Napoli, which only recently ended with the Lunatic being crowned nbW World Heavyweight Champion. Napoli would make Flyer's life a living hell, eventually causing Harmen to get beat up so badly HE could take the title off of him. Flyer and Davis departed from the company after that, and Flyer wouldn't return for years.

PRIME(2007 - 2009)

High Flyer joined the PTC tournament Jewel in the Crown in 2007, drawing the eventual winner Chandler Tsonda in the first round. A few weeks later, Team V.I.A.G.R.A. debuts at the King of Kings event. On their 18th appearance, Team V.I.A.G.R.A.captured the tag team titles over Risk & Reward & Delta Upsilon Iota.

Team V.I.A.G.R.A. defended their tag team championship straps against The Princes of New England at Colossus V. They recently lost their bout at Cataclysm, as PRIME/SCCW show, against Phillip Kennedy & Reginald V. Lovecraft. At Revolution 173, Team V.I.A.G.R.A. lost their belts in a rematch of Colossus V, against The Princes of New England. At Great American Nightmare, V.I.A.G.R.A. regained the championships from the Princes during their sudden departure from the company. One week later, at Revolution 176, High Flyer defeated Tyler Rayne to begin his first Five Star Championship reign.

Team V.I.A.G.R.A. proceeded to trade the tag straps with DUI, as High Flyer continued strong. Finishing in the semi-finals of the Jewel in the Crown tournament. He was granted a non-title match with Jason Snow, but failed to beat him, losing at the last moment by count out. Even though his contract had ended at the end of Jewel in the Crown, High Flyer went on to defend his 5-Star title for five months before losing to the Next in Line, Kaiser Vashaun. He then asked for his unconditional release, and was granted so on May 25, 2009.

FWO Returns(2009)

When FWO returned, High Flyer amassed a record of 13-2 in singles matches, losing his heavyweight title once to Krow in the process. He held the FWO World Heavyweight Champion twice, with successful defenses over Scott Slugger, Flying Frenchie, Sean Stevens, Deacon, Vince Jacobs, Rana Venenosa, Ruben Ross, and Ric Chronos, just to name a few.

He lost the championship to Krow for two weeks before regaining it, until losing the title on August 29 against Keith Scott Zimmerman. Zimmerman bested Flyer in a rematch at Legends. During the Countdown series, High Flyer was forced to referee a three way dance between Killjoy, Keith Scott Zimmerman, & Krow over the Heavyweight title. After counting Killjoy's pin, Flyer found out Killjoy was none other than Craig Miles. Shortly afterward, the promotion went on indefinite hiatus, and Flyer returned to the FWC leagues EPW & NFW.


In 2010, High Flyer made a few appearances in ACW as a shareholder, and challenger of Alias' World Heavyweight Championship. Afterward, he fought his protege's the Pop Culture Phenoms and put them over in a tag team match with Team V.I.A.G.R.A. He would only return for a cameo during Fight Night, and otherwise have no impact in the promotion.

EPW(2009 - 2014)

In EPW, High Flyer defeated former champion Rocko Daymon via count out. He made it to the semi-finals of the King of the Cage Tournament, losing to Anarky, the future champion, after having defeated Stalker and Fusenshof. At EPW's Pay Per View, High Flyer was severely injured by Stalker and forced to take months off to rehabilitate. He missed EPW's King of the Cage Tag Team Tournament, and as such, reformed Team V.I.A.G.R.A. alongside partner Tony Davis, in a quest for the EPW Tag Team Championship, and just one more chance to kick Stalker's head clean off.

In 2011 Stalker and Shane lost the tag titles to the Animeazing Dragons. V.I.A.G.R.A. challenged them on multiple occasions but were unsuccessful in claming the EPW tag team champinoships. In 2012, Tony Davis lost a match against Cameron Cruise forcing them to leave EPW. V.I.A.G.R.A.'s lawyer and freebird third member has been on record saying you haven't seen the last of V.I.A.G.R.A. yet.

When EPW opened the roster to tag team members in their annual Tag King of the Cage tournament in 2012, Team V.I.A.G.R.A. joined and look to use the tournament to not regain their jobs in Empire Pro, but also claim the World Tag Team Championships.

After regaining their jobs but losing in the 2012 King of the Cage, it seemed that Tony Davis was looking to turn on Jack Harmen due to insecurities. Before they could meet in the ring, EPW shut it's doors for good in 2014.

NFW(2006 - Current)


Before High Flyer joined New Frontier, he made cameo appearances continuing his long standing feud with Craig Miles. He even hosted a fan festival with comedian David Cross. High Flyer even defended the tA/21w Immortal title in a steel cage against Craig Miles, Mitten T. Cat, and Scotty J. Bowman, only to have it stolen back by the Asylum. This was his one and only ring appearance as a non-roster member.


A year later, Harmen signed a paid by appearance contract and entered the Grand Prix tournament for cruiser weights as his usual face friendly High Flyer. Flyer failed to make it to the finals, but had a great impact as a Fake version of fan favorite rookie Impulse, injecting himself into the finals. After, he wrestled as FAKEPulse in the Sears Tower TV title match, which was called a five star affair. Harmen was unveil as the fake Impulse during the course of the match, which Impulse eventually won.

Anti-Masks / Thirteen

After, Flyer went on a crusade against masked individuals, unmasking Estrella and convincing Kooter Johnson to unmask his own self. He attacked Unicorn Mask and defeated his team in a War Games match at Super Crash. Afterward, he entered the National Around the USA in 80 Days competition, eventually being eliminated by a triple pin from Rook Black, Doctor Curiosity, and Legion. He also lost a no 1 contender's match for the TV title against Brock Alyas.

In 2011, High Flyer doned a new persona, "13," based off the thirteenth member of Rook Black's guardsman. It was a long con in order to get under the skin of Doctor Curiosity, a man whom High Flyer believed is not being true to himself and has been hiding his true self from the wrestling world. Flyer was able to win the NFW National Championship during the course of events, before losing it to Doctor Curiosity, and then unveiling himself to the NFW crowd and causing Curio to lose it to the man Flyer beat for the championship, Rook Black.

Jack Harmen & Nova, the Superfly Express

Shortly after that, NFW management forced him to be unable to change his appearance or his name. In fact, he was no longer allowed to call himself High Flyer, and now dones the name Jack Harmen. Flyer has actually taken to the stipulation, realizing that he's been playing the persona of someone he actually wasn't. Nowc, he is experiencing true freedom.

In 2012, Jack Harmen teamed with Nova in NFW as the Superfly Express. In Hershey during the 16 team Everette Memorial Tag Team Tournament, Superfly Express came out victors in the finals over Jack Bryant and Malik Anderson. Shortly after, Harmen won over the crowd as a happy go-lucky partier with a vengeful streak, with much of that credit going to Nova's fun loving spirit. They even had a catch phrase, "the belts never come off."

Harmen even showed pity to Calvin Carlton during this time, and asked Cal to manage the tandem. After a year of dominance and an epic feud with Teddy Alexander & Phil Atken, Calvin turned on Superfly, got Nova arrested and detained in a Mexican jail, and booked a handicap match between Blaine Hollywood, Rook Black & Harmen. Harmen lost his belts, lost his tie to Nova, and went off the deep end. He demanded Calvin come down and eat a chair shot, before screaming for JJ Deville's head. Only Impulse, and the NFW World Championship, could calm the raging lunatic.

The World Heavyweight Championship

It was Harmen vs. Impulse the very night he lost the tag straps. Impulse had said Harmen, because of Cal's deeds, would have a shot whenever he so chose, regardless of the outcome at Reloaded 16. Harmen lost, but was still in line for a title shot. Jack Bryant, however, was already scheduled for the next Reloaded. Harmen couldn't wait, interjecting himself and caused Jack Bryant to lost. At Reloaded 18, the three men squared off in a triple threat iron man match. During the course of the match, Harmen was down 2 - 2 - 1 and things looked hopeless. Harmen used the rules of the match to give DQ points to both Pulse & Bryant, but give himself 2 points for the two successful pins after the DQ points were awarded. At the end, Harmen was up 4-3-3, and Pulse had Bryant center of the ring locked in a submission. For four minutes, Jack Bryant refused to tap while Harmen watched.

By watching another man suffer, Jack Harmen became the NFW World Heavyweight Champion. Shortly after, Harmen revealed that he had terminal cancer, and vowed to do everything to keep the championship title, including aligning with his former manager, Calvin Carlton the Third. At NFW's first pay per view in years, Harmen defended the World Title against Jack Bryant, with numerous questions about his health surrounding the match. The biggest match of FWC was booked for the next pay per view, Ultratitle winner and former champ Castor V. Strife challenging the World Champ Jack Harmen for the belt. The match never occurred, as NFW paused production of live events in 2014.

Legacy of Champions, WrestleUTA & Defiance Wrestling (2014 - )

Team VIAGRA returned during the final PRIME run in 2013, and continued a bit in EPW. While the angle in PRIME was Harmen vs. Davis, it ended with a final blowoff match with frequent rivals the Princes of New England.

Shortly after, Team VIAGRA as a trios team joined Defiance Wrestling, challenging Team HOSS for their straps. They were unsuccessful in their first loss in DEFIANCE. Team VIAGRA wouldn't wrestle another match in DEFIANCE, having a few singles bouts and backstage segments, before asking for the amicable release. They would then move full time to Legacy of Champions. 

Team VIAGRA defeated the Cut Diamonds for the LoC Tag Team Titles in an 8 team tournament. Harmen wanted to trade them in for shots at the Legacy and Underground titles respectively, but before he could, the Cut Diamonds were able to take the straps from them at the next PPV Self Destruction.

JCon was in charge of LoC, and wound up dealing with a huge roster walk out. Shortly after, Harmen in particular got into JCon's face for a rematch at the tag straps. During this, JCon wound up suspending Tony Davis & Mary-Lynn Mayweather, while sicking his newest muscle, Mark Kingston, on the Lunatic. The two had a war, and Harmen eventually came out on top after the walk out was ended.

VIAGRA went on to challenge and defeat the then current tag champs, the Nation at Legends. The next week, Harmen cashed in the tag team titles, giving himself a Legacy title match with long time rival Superstar Vince Jacobs at Only the Strong, and Tony Davis the right to challenge for the Underground championship if he chose to. It required the tandem to vacate the titles.

At Only the Strong, with the help of Jeremy Ryan, Jack Harmen defeated Vince Jacobs to become the new Legacy champion. He went on to defend the belt against Lindsay Troy, Jeremy Ryan, and J-Con at ICONS. After a successful defense against Graham Youngblood, Harmen was set to face Lindsay Troy, but Kaus got involved and injured her, leading to Harmen successfully retaining his belt against Kaus. This was the last broadcasted title defense as of October of 2017.

Meanwhile, shortly after the loss of broadcast deal from LoC, Jack Harmen showed up in WrestleUTA, starting a feud with Jestal and Scott Stevens. During this feud, he was able to dethrone the undefeated THE Jay Harvey for the Legacy title, making it the second Legacy title he held in the same year. Harmen succesfully defended the title against Jestal and Stevens, and only lost it at the next pay per view after a long feud with Chris Ross, in an epic street match.

During that Pay Per View weekend, Harmen made his redebut in DEFIANCE, having posed as the Cowboy Luchador for weeks. He attacked his students the Pop Culture Phenoms, and revealed himself later in the night as part of the invading WrestleUTA force. Now, not only is he TAKING OVER, but he's also making his petulant students pay the price for their transgressions against their mentor.

Personal life

Jack Harmen was married to Kate Young for five years, and had two children. Allocca Harmen, born in 2001, and Victoria Harmen, born in 2008 after the two separated. He has a sister, who is married to his tag team partner Tony Davis, making the tandem brothers-in-law.

In addition to his career as a professional wrestler, Jack Harmen is also an accomplished voice actor, voicing minor characters on Metalocolypse, the Venture Bros., Lucy the Daughter of the Devil, Bob's Burgers, Let's Fish, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2k3, Young Justice, O'Grady, Wordgirl, Unsupervised & the Simpsons.

He has also had the chance to extra on a lot of his favorite TV shows, including Community, Stella, Flight of the Conchords, Human Giant, Dollhouse, Parks & Recs, Fringe, Supernatural, and Chuck. He also appeared in the background during "The Wrestler," had scenes cut from "Funny People," and played a featured extra during the climax of Avengers. He also faced Roddy Piper in the fifth season episode of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.


In addition to being a professional wrestler, Jack Harmen is a very respected voice actor, and occasional background extra / stunt man for Film & Television. He got his start through Loren Bouchard's Soup Nuts company, working on Home Movies before transitioning to other Adult Swim shows. In 2007, he hosted an event for New Frontier Wrestling with David Cross and performed the occasional set of stand up. As a wrestling celebrity who outwardly supported Joss Whedon dating back to FWO in 2003 where he would wear a "Save Sunnydale" t-shirt, Whedon has included him in every project as very minor background characters since, often in non-speaking roles. Most of his physical roles are uncredited, and this list is not a complete account of all his parts, it's only currently gathered from anecdotal references made by Harmen himself.

Jack Harmen was close to having a big break during Guardians of the Galaxy. Initial reports had him considered for the role as the voice of Rocket Raccoon, which eventually went to Bradley Cooper. James Gunn clarified that Harmen was up for the role of Yondu, but they went with Michael Roker instead. Harmen made multiple cameos in the movie due to fan support. He's most well known as "The Galaga Guy" from the Avengers, and his biggest speaking role was as Bill Dexhart on Parks & Recs.

In recent years, Harmen has garnered acclaim and recognition as one of Hollywoods top stunt men, portraying Kylo Ren in the Star Wars universe. He has had roles in four of the top ten grossing domestic movies of all time.


  • Star Wars IX : TBD (Stunt Double)
  • Marvel Avengers - End Game - Corvus Glaive (stunt double)
  • Spiderman Into the Spider-Verse - Spider-Ham (voice)
  • MARVEL Infinity War - Corvus Glaive (stunt double)
  • Star Wars VIII: The Last Jedi (Stunt Double)
  • Guardians of the Galaxy 2 - Ravager
  • The Incredibles 2 - Krushauer (voice)
  • Lego Batman - Additional Voices (voice)
  • The Secret Life of Pets - Norman (voice)
  • Batman: The Killing Joke - Murray (Voice)
  • Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens (Stunt Double)
  • Inside Out - Jangles the Clown (voice)
  • Avengers 2: Age of Ultron - Party Guest
  • Kingsman : A Secret Society - Party Guest
  • Guardians of the Galaxy - "Drop the Leg" guard / Ravager
  • The Lego Movie (2014) - Knight / Robot Army infantry
  • Kick Ass 2 - Unnamed Super-villain (uncredited)
  • Pacific Rim - Chau Henchmen (uncredited)
  • This is the End - Party-goer (uncredited)
  • Much Adu About Nothing - Wedding Extra (uncredited)
  • The Avengers - Man Playing Galaga (uncredited)
  • Tron - Tron / Rinzler (Stunt man Fill In)
  • Dr. Horrible's Sing-A-Long - Lord Stabbington
  • Serenity - Featured Reaver
  • Funny People - Stand Up - Scenes Cut


  • Game of Thrones - Night King Advisor (Season 7 & 8)
  • Twiligut Zone - Airline Passenger (uncredited)
  • Arrested Development - uncredited (Season 5)
  • GLOW - Trainer and Consultant
  • 24: Legacy - Killed Tortured Soldier
  • The Flash - Killer Shark (voice)
  • More Bob and David
  • Person of Interest - Midtown Pedestrian (Season 5x13) (Uncredited)
  • Newsroom - Silent Associate Producer (Season 3 - uncredited)
  • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. - Featured S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent extra (multiple episodes - Season 1 Only - uncredited)
  • Supernatural - Newscaster / The Colonel (7x22, 9x05) (Voice Only)
  • VH1 Presents: The Team VIAGRA Variety Hour: Actual Run Time 22 Minutes (1 Season)
  • It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (5x7) - The Maniac's opponent, "High Flyer"
  • Community - Head of Swat Team (2x24), Hook Hand Monster (3x05)
  • Chuck - Stunt man / Ring Operative KIA (Various Season 3)
  • Parks & Recs (2009) - Bill Dexhart
  • Dollhouse - Featured Doll Extra (uncredited)
  • Human Giant - Cop During Hostage Crisis 
  • Stella - Bicycle Gang Member
  • WWR Presents : the High Flyer Show (1 Season)


  • The Simpsons - Future Voice (announced) (Voice)
  • Rick & Morty - Bird Person, Mr. Meeseeks, Krombopulos Michael, Pencilvester, (Voice)
  • Gravity Falls - Manly Dan
  • Bob's Burger - Mr. Ambrose (Various Episodes) (Voice)
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2013) - Slash / Spike (Various Episodes) (Voice)
  • Archer - Trucker on CB Radio (Voice)
  • The Venture Bros - Grand Galactic Inquisitor, Herr Trigger, The Outrider (Voice)
  • Harvey Birdman - Narrator  "Sebben and Sebben Employee Orientation" (Voice)
  • Aqua Teen Hunger Force - The Trees, CIA Agent, Oog (Voice)
  • Code Monkeys - Dean  (Voice)
  • Metalocolypse - Various Minor Characters (Voice)
  • Lucy, Daughter of the Devil - Various Minor Characters (Voice)
  • SeaLab 2021 - Dolphin Boy, Sharko (Voice)
  • O'Grady - Derek (Voice)
  • Wordgirl - Various Characters (Voice)
  • Home Movies - Jimmy Monet (Voice), Various Voices ("Politics")

Video Games

  • South Park : The Fractured But Whole (Voice)
  • Batman Arkham Knight - Two Face Henchman (Voice)
  • Grand Theft Auto V - Radio DJ (Voice)

Luchas de Apuestas record

See also: Lucha libre#Luchas de Apuestas
Winner (wager) Loser (wager) Location Event Date Notes
Sam Potright (Career) High Flyer (Mask) Mexico City, Mexico Live event November 21, 1997  
Elise Ares (hair) Jack Harmen (hair) DEFPlex, Louisiana Live event June 20, 2018  

Wrestling Statistics

  • Finishing moves
  • Signature moves
  • Managers
  • Kate Young
  • Dawn Kinkade
  • Dane Wilt
  • Chris Anthony
  • Mary-Lynn Mayweather - Current
  • Calvin Carlton - Current (NFW Only)
  • 'The Bryant Basher' FAKEPulse (baseball bat)
  • Alias's / Nicknames
    • Just Intoxicating
    • Nirvana
    • "Reckless"
    • Pepsi Man 3000
    • Snow Seller
    • Time Traveler
    • Your Friendly Neighborhood Lunatic
    • FAKEPulse
    • Thirteen aka "13"
    • Interim nbW General Manager
    • the Wildcard



  • 1999 PFW Slammy - Best Television Champion
  • 143 out of 200 in 1999's RSPWF 200
  • IWO Award for Most Underrated 2000
  • Rings of Fire Tournament Winner 2001
  • IWO Award for Most Loyal Superstar 2001
  • IWO Award for Best Feud 2001 (vs. Tony Davis)
  • IWO Hall of Famer 2001
  • Winner of the 2001 IWO May Mayhem Match
  • Winner of the 2005 fWo Meltdown Match
  • Winner of the 2007 nbW Shivaree Match
  • 2009-2010 PRIME Tag Team of the Year (w/ Tony Davis & Mary-Lynn Mayweather)
  • 2009-2010 PRIME Co-Segment of the Year (w/ V.I.A.G.R.A. & Princes of New England)
  • 2011 NFW's Grand Prix : Talladegha
  • 2012 nBW Hall of Fame
  • Winner of the 2012 Everette Memorial Tag Team Tournament (w/ Nova as Superfly Express)
  • 2012 FW Tag Team of the Year (as Superfly Express)
  • 2012 NFW Tag Team of the Year (as Superfly Express)
  • 2012 PRIME Hall of Fame - Team VIAGRA (w/ Tony Davis & Mary-Lynn Mayweather)
  • 2015 Jolt Hall of Fame
  • 2015 Wrestle UTA Honoree Hall of Fame Inductee


  • 1999 IWO Most Improved
  • 1999 IWO Future World Champion
  • 2000 IWO Moment of the Year (Selling Snow)
  • 2004 EWN Mark Character of the Year
  • 4th in 2004 EWN "The Mark" Tournament
  • 2005 EWN Mark Character of the Year
  • 2005 EWN Face of the Year
  • 2005 EWN Heel of the Year
  • 4th in 2005 JA's "Wrestler of the Year"
  • 8th in EWN SIDE of "The Mark" Tournament 2005
  • GTT 6 Participant -Third round elimination against Sammy Brown
  • Sweet Sixteen Elimination in EWTorch's VS Tournament (2009)
  • Participant in 2006 Tournament of Champions[as fWo World Champion]
  • Participant in 2007 Tournament of Champions[as fWo Legend [1/6]]
  • Participant in 2008 Tournament of Champions[as nbW World Champion]
  • Participant in the 2012 FWC Ultratitle Tournament (Entrant 23 - Representing NFW)
  • 2012 Jolt Divide and Conquer participant
  • 2012 FW Wrestler of the Year
  • 2012 FW Face of the Year
  • 2012 FW Moment of the Year (Superfly Express win the NFW EMT titles)
  • 2012 FW Match of the Year (Survivalism, vs. Eli Flair)
  • 2013 APW Survive and Conquer Match
  • 2013 E-Fed Rankings Wrestler of the Year


  • Rana Venenosa
  • Joey Malone
  • Max Danger
  • Tony Davis
  • Eddie Cheno
  • Dusk
  • Mary-Lynn Mayweather
  • Alias
  • Karina Wolfenden
  • Post
  • Squala
  • Spike Saunders
  • Nova
  • Lindsay Troy


  • Craig Miles
  • Deacon
  • Eli Flair
  • "Superstar" Vince Jacobs
  • the Legion of Dairy
  • Kellen Kinkade
  • Evan Levine
  • Simon Seaman
  • Dolby Jenkins
  • Doctor Curiosity
  • Rook Black
  • Impulse
  • Stalker
  • Kaiser Vashaun
  • KroW
  • Keith Scott Zimmerman
  • Legion
  • Great Dragon
  • Markus King
  • Edward Glide
  • Rana Venenosa
  • Jax Stone
  • Ken War
  • Justin Shack
  • ?¿?
  • John McRae
  • Jack Bryant
  • Kaus
  • JCon
  • Chris Ross
  • Scott Sevens
  • Derecho
  • Chris Ross
  • Jestal
  • Scott Stevens

Theme Songs

  • Independent Scene
    • "Little Crazy" by Fight(1998)
    • "Song 2" by Blur(1998)
    • "Kick Out the Jams" by Presidents of the USA (1998)
  • Internet Wrestling Organization
    • "Americana" by the Offspring(January 1998- Sept 1999)
    • "Biggest & the Best" by Clawfinger(Oct 1999- Jan 2000)
    • "Loco" by Coal Chamber(2000 - 2003)
  • fans Wrestling organization
    • "Idioteque" by Radiohead(March 2003 – 2004)
    • "Loco" by Coal Chamber(2004-2005)
    • “Five is a Four Letter Word” by Lostprophets(Rogues theme)
    • "Fire Coming out of the Monkey's Head" by Gorillaz w/Dennis Hopper(2005)
    • "Crazy Town" by Ozzy Osbourne (2009)
  • no brand Wrestling (2006 - 2008)
    • "Violent Pornography" by System of a Down
  • PRIME / New Frontier Wrestling / Empire Pro Wrestling / All-Star Championship Wrestling / Legacy of Champions / No Brand Wrestling / WrestleUTA / DEFIANCE, etc. (2008 - )
    • "Crazy Town" by Ozzy Osbourne
  • Team V.I.A.G.R.A. [2000 - ]
    • "I Hope You Die" by Bloodhound Gang (2000 - 2013)
    • "Violent Pornography" by System of a Down (nbW 2007-2008)
    • "Happy Go Sucky Fucky" by Die Antwoord (DEFIANCE, LoC) (2013 - 2016)


  • Amicable Exes: His ex-wife was once his manager, and continued to play the role even after their divorce.
  • Arch-Enemy: Superstar Vince Jacobs, Craig Miles, Deacon, Impulse, a list too numerous to name.
  • The Atoner: His run in FWO in 2005 before he turned super evil. His current run in LoC, played legitimately. Or is it?
  • Bad Dreams: Harmen dreamed that he and his wife would die, so he took action that separated the two. By physically attacking her to keep her safe from death. This also would not fly in today's standards.
  • Badass Boast:
  • Beard of Evil: When going heel, Harmen will usually rock a goatee. Very much an old Sci-Fi troup.
  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: Harmen and Clarissa Cambridge's therapy sessions became this.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Harmen started off with the reputation of being one of the nicest men in the business. Now? He has de-disneyfied.
  • Big Entrance: Harmen appeared out of nowhere above the ring after a fifteen second blackout during his feud with Tony Davis to return to the IWO after injury. Harmen and Kingston also made a big entrance at LoC's Seige when the two battled from the pre-show directly into the pay per view opening.
  • Catch Phrase: A staple of professional wrestling
    • Buy My Snow
    • Your friendly neighborhood Lunatic
    • Wild Card
  • Cheap Heat: Used specifically in Dallas and Detroit when heel, as he is a Philadelphia sports fan.
  • Cluster F-Bomb: During rants, Harmen may drop multiple "F" bombs in a row. Occasionally, maybe even PG-13 his Cluster Bomb.
  • Deadpan Snarker:
  • The Dragon: To erØn the Relentless in the Rogues in FWO. Once he retired, he became a Dragon Ascendant, as he took over as leader of the Rogues.
  • Enemy Mine: Featured in his tag team title reign with Rana Venenosa.
  • Expository Hairstyle Change: Harmen's hair changes color based on his personality and alignment.
  • Face–Heel Turn: Common occurrence in wrestling. From joining Evan Levine in the IWO, to turning on Deacon to selfishly grab the World title, to being apart of Superfly Express in NFW and then faking cancer to protect his title.
  • Finishing Move: The Locomotive now. A classic finisher is his top rope moonsault, and he's also used an elevated crab called the Peaceful Slumber.
  • Good Hair, Evil Hair: Harmen will sport a goatee when he turns evil.
  • Heel–Face Turn: The Cult to selling snow as a fan favorite. Joining Phelen Kell in the IWO against Evan and company. The Rogues to Champion of the Crusierweight Division. Joining Nova as Superfly Express in NFW.
  • History Repeats: When Harmen first won a World title and lost it moments later, he believed his life was a repeat of his fathers. His father's life ended with him not reaching his full potential and dying in the ring. So, Harmen decided to distance himself from the ones he loved, causing his divorce. History didn't repeat, but Harmen changed the future because he believed it would.
  • Hot-Blooded: The entire basis of his Lunatic persona. Unable to keep his cool, he'll attack allies to get to enemies.
  • How Much More Can He Take/No-Holds-Barred Beatdown/Unnecessary Roughness: The LoC beatdown of Harmen by JCon/Mark Kingston/Dallas Griffin could be considered this. Harmen kept coming and had his "Thank you sir may I have another!" moment.
  • Legacy Character: Harmen is a Second Generation Athlete.
  • Nice Guy: Actually very helpful and friendly to those backstage. In difference to his on screen character.
  • Red Baron: "The Greatest Cruiserweight In Wrestling" "The Friendly Neighborhood Lunatic"
  • Rogues Gallery: Craig Miles, Deacon, Tyler Rayne, Impulse, Jack Bryant, Eli Flair, etc etc.
  • Still Got It: Just turned 40 and headlining LoC's Only the Strong.
  • Suddenly Shouting: Another trait of his Lunatic persona.
  • Would Hit A Girl: Anyone gets in the ring, they're fair game.

The Compilation Tape(Greatest Matches)

  • GWA : Tigro(High Flyer dressed as)© vs. Muntjack [Iron Man Match]
  • Fear the Darkness '99 : Ladder Match : High Flyer vs. John McRae vs. HaVoK
  • Monday night Meltdown '00 : High Flyer vs. Cardboard Cutout of Bob Saget
  • MNM April '00 : High Flyer vs. ?¿?
  • MNM June '00 : High Flyer vs. Gunnar Smith [IWO World Heavyweight Title]
  • MNM Dec '00 : Team V.I.A.G.R.A. & Rob Kestler vs. Phelen Kell, Psycho Jay & Al Coholic
  • Warcry '01 : High Flyer vs. Trenchcoat Man
  • Mayhem 01 : Highlights
  • Beach Party 01 : High Flyer vs. Tony Davis [Anything Goes]
  • WWR's Wresolution 01 : High Flyer vs. Spike Saunders vs. Ray Chavez [WWR World Heavyweight Title]
  • Fear the Darkness 01 : High Flyer vs. Simon Seaman © [IWO World Heavyweight Title]
  • Action's Pressure Point 41 : High Flyer vs. Joey Malone © [A! World Heavyweight Title]
  • aWc Reform : High Flyer © vs. L.i.T. [aWc World Heavyweight Title]
  • FWO Sunday Slaughter 02/24/03 High Flyer vs. Great Dragon ©(FWO Cruiserweight Championship - Tryout Match)
  • IWO Gold & Glory : High Flyer vs. HardCase vs. Jack Breaker vs. Keith Scott Zimmerman[World Heavyweight]
  • fWo Meltdown 04 : High Flyer vs. Kellen Kinkade © (tA/21w Immortal Championship)
  • fWo Ruahh~! 11/15/04 : HEAT(Craig Miles, Rana Venenosa, Lance Knight) vs. the Rogues(High Flyer & Legion of Dairy)
  • Countdown 2 : High Flyer vs. Craig Miles
  • Ruahh~! : High Flyer vs. the Flying Frenchie [fWo World Heavyweight Title]
  • Ruahh~! : High Flyer vs. Eli Flair©[fWo World Heavyweight Title]
  • Cyberslam VIII : High Flyer vs. Craig MilesC
  • CSWA No 1 Contenders Match: High Flyer vs. Alias
  • Meltdown 05 : Meltdown Match High Lights
  • Meltdown 05 : High Flyer vs. Doctor Curiosity ©(FWO Crusierweight Championship)
  • Meltdown 05 : High Flyer vs. Rana Venenosa
  • Legends 2005 : High Flyer vs. "Superstar" Vince Jacobs© [fWo World Heavyweight Title]
  • nbW 25 to Life : High Flyer vs. Austin Advent vs. Cage (nbW North American Championship)
  • nbW Shivaree : Match Highlights
  • nbW High Flyer © vs. Shawn Jessica Hart (nbW World Heavyweight Championship)
  • PRIME UltraViolence: Delta Upsilon Iota vs. Team V.I.A.G.R.A. vs. Risk & Reward ©(PRIME Tag Team Titles)
  • PRIME Colossus : Team V.I.A.G.R.A. © vs. The Princes of New England(PRIME Tag Team Titles)
  • PRIME Phillip Kennedy and Reginald Lovecraft (SCCW) vs. Team V.I.A.G.R.A. (PRIME)
  • PRIME The Princes of New England vs. Team V.I.A.G.R.A. © (Revolution 173) (PRIME Tag Team Titles)
  • PRIME High Flyer vs. Tyler Rayne©(PRIME Five Star Championship)
  • PRIME High Flyer© vs. Jay Phoenix(PRIME Five Star Championship)
  • FWO High Flyer © vs. Scott Slugger(FWO World Heavyweight Championship)
  • FWO 'Superstar' Vince Jacobs vs. Deacon vs. High Flyer (C) (FWO World Heavyweight Championship)
  • FWO June '09 : High Flyer, Keith Scott Zimmerman & Michelle Masters vs. Krow & Vox Nihili
  • NFW The Asylum Frontier
  • ACW World Title Match: Alias © vs. High Flyer
  • NFW Sears Tower TV title Match (NFW Television Title Match)
  • NFW WAR GAMES (Crash 50)
  • NFW Supercrash III : National Title Matches (Thirteen vs. Rook Black, Thirteen vs. Doctor Curiosity, Thirteen vs. Doctor Curiosity vs. Rook Black) (NFW National Championship)
  • EPW Aggression 59 : Team V.I.A.G.R.A. vs. Animeazing Dragons
  • NFW Supercrash IV - National Title Match : No DQ : Rook Black © vs. High Flyer
  • 2012 Ultratitle: Eli Flair vs. Jack Harmen
  • EMT Tournament : Superfly Express vs. Troy Windham & Mike Randalls
  • EMT Finals: Superfly Express vs. Malik Anderson & Jack Bryant
  • DEFIANCE: TRIOS Tag Team Championship: Team HOSS © vs. Team VIAGRA
  • NFW Reloaded 18 - World Title Match : Iron Man Match : Impulse © vs. Jack Harmen vs. Jack Bryant
  • LoC Or Die Trying: Tag Team Titles: Team VIAGRA vs. the Cut Diamonds
  • LoC Uprising: Mark Kingston vs. Jack Harmen
  • LoC Legends 17: Tag Team Titles: Team VIAGRA vs. the Nation
  • LoC : Legacy Title: "Superstar" Vince Jacobs © vs. Jack Harmen
  • LoC : Legacy Title: Jack Harmen © vs. Jeremy Ryan vs. Lindsay Troy vs. JCon
  • WrestleUTA: Legacy Title: Street Fight: Jack Harmen © vs. Chris Ross

Bolded entries were included in a compilation set the IWO released in February 2007. It involved a line of "Classic Superstars," detailing High Flyer, Tony Davis, Syphon Fission, Joey Malone, Kent Anthason, & Sam Potright. These bolded entries were included in disc 2 of the IWO set.

The Italicized entries were included in an FWO "Best of High Flyer" Compilation DVD released in Mid 2009.

The underlined entries were included in an independently released DVD Compilation, scheduled for release in November 2011.

In early 2014, NFW released a video compilation of Harmen's career, called the End of the Lunatic containing all NFW Matches listed above, and a few other extras / interviews / special features to commemorate his World Championship victory.


  • "(falsly)Get it right or pay the price!"
  • "Don't eat the cheesedoodles I left in the couch. Couches taste bad."
  • "I remember burying this guy, some guy. I dunno what his name was. We called him three bullet holes in the back McJester, but I really doubt that was his name."
  • "Screw that, I'm no longer a master debator... That's actually not that funny... Because of the de. There's a misplaced "de" in my catch phrase Susan!
  • "Post and I will post you about it to fix it later in Post Production, and then post the post of post production to Post and I!"
  • "You think my subconsious would be nicer." - High Flyer - "I'm not your subconsious. I'm your sound guy!"
  • "The trees are speaking to me. They're saying... tree's don't talk."
  • "And that's where I come in. Slayer of the dark evil, the zombies living amongst us. I'm High Flyer, I'm ZOMBIE MEGADEATH!"
  • "Take that Shy Guy! That’s what you get for being so shy! Maybe you should open up more and there’d be a Misses Shy Guy!
  • "(To Hilary Duff)Excuse me? Are you 18? No? AWAY WITH YOU MIDGET GIRL!"
  • "You can let your good friend High Flyer in so I can hit that mangy fire breathing threat to humanity with a sledgehammer, can't you?"
  • "Heeeeeeerrrreeeeee's Flyer!"
  • "Do you smoke? Then why the heck do you own a Zippo? Isn't that… well… kinda… pointless? Oh, yeah, lighting stuff on fire. That's cool. I was into that for a while. When I was ten."
  • “But not me, right? I mean, I’m very seldom naughty. Cuz, you know, Willow? She said that line. Man, I love that show. You should watch. We’ll have a marathon!”
  • "I don’t know what sort of alternate universe you’re living in nowadays, but it doesn’t amuse."
  • “(After a sneak attack from someone else)Now why the heck did you do that?!? We were communicating!”
  • "If that pasty Special Olympic Gymnastic finalist(Wippit Guud) or the Furby win(Mittens T. Cat), it’s on your head Koji."
  • "Man, there needs to be more wrestling chicks in this business. Otherwise we’re just going to start passing them around like Mr. Potato Head.”
  • "(During match) LOOK OVER THERE! There's a small child playing with a razor blade!(Dynamo doesn't look) Oh crap."
  • "I’m willing to put this coveted Cruiserweight title against ANYONE in the back. I don’t care if you’re two hundred pounds, four hundred pounds, Oprah Winfrey, or hell, four or five midgets duct taped together.”
  • “I wanted to face Great Dragon, until I remembered he kicked my ass the last two times we faced, so I think I’ve had enough of him. Oh yeah, and he’s evil now… GOOD FOR YOU!”
  • “Let me answer that question with…. A conchairto.”
  • "Put A + B + C together and you get six!"
  • "You two scare me... don't ever reproduce."
  • "(Trying to get out of a match)Just take a look at the note from the doctor." - High Flyer "This is from a dentist!" - Silver Fox "He has his PhD..." - High Flyer
  • “NOG, if you interrupt me one more time this sledgehammer will be down your throat Kenny Rock style. You hear me?”
  • “Listen. Let’s not play the blame game. And for the LOVE OF GOD, if you say let’s play the name game, I will make you forget your own.”
  • “No, Great Dragon, I want you to come out here, right here, right now, in… What town are we in? Wait, I don’t actually care."
  • "You know, you're a lot less aggravating these days. It's no longer a `I want to tear off your head and feed you to crows' kind of vengeance. More of a 'Slipping cyanide in your pez dispensor' kinda way."
  • "Now, if you just hit rewind on your remote control on life, you'd realize I already did."
  • "I have won titles, sure. Shiny. I've had victories, I've fought wars, I've blahbity blah blah blah... The point is that I am crap and you should underestimate me. I'm horrible. I've got this eye twitch, it totally ruins my depth persception..."
  • “I’d just like to tell everyone, that I am no mop.”
  • (About Duct Tape)”Every time I touch that stuff I just hear ducks quacking and it creeps the hell into me."
  • "This one time, egg NOG bought a carton of milk and kept pointing to it as if it was his cousin."
  • “You know, the only thing I dislike more than a traitor is a traitor who betrays me.”
  • "Don't hang up, or I will hunt you down and maim you with your own urine."
  • "Well, I just wanted to come up to tell you thanks for this opportunity and I'm gonna serve it to you like Andre Agassi back when people actually cared about Andre Agassi... Good luck. KA-POW~!”
  • (to Token Weed) "Oh! And! Sloppy seconds!"
  • "Struck a nerve, didn't I. Played a huge game of operation and touched every freaking side, didn't I? Buzzer, Red lights flashing, Ambulance chases, COPS on at 5 o'clock in the afternoon every day on FX for God knows what reason, and then there's that crying statue, what's up with that. I mean, is it a sad person trapped inside? I mean, do I have to cheer it up, or what?"
  • "Hey, you grill me with these questions and I get to advertise my novel. Should I ever write a novel. This is just an advertisement for a future possible novel published under the name Jack Harmen. I'm probably never going to write a novel."
  • "Oh COME ON!"(
  • "Would you stop narrating my own life? I know my own life. I'm living it."
  • "Oh, what a lovely tea party."
  • "Fetch me my cane man servant!"
  • "Fire me. Right here. Right now. You want me gone, do it already. I’m bored with you. You aren’t a great man. You aren’t even a savvy business man. You have no skills at politics and your outerwear resembles that of a Yugoslavian."
  • "Let me find a place, oh yes! I wanted to compliment you by telling you that you are OBVIOUSLY at the very top of being the absolutely worst at your trade."
  • "Look, it was hypothetical. In a 'I had this idea but haven't researched it' kinda way."

High Flyer(to Rana Vanenosa about plotting to poison him)

  • All of that time travelling, I forget what's legal and not legal in certain decades.
  • Hey! I don't tell you how to defend my crimes, don't tell me which crimes to commit.
  • This is a beautiful picture of a bum. I’d hang this up in my foray if I had an unhealthy fascination with the homeless.
  • Not to mention that I swore that if I saw 90 minutes of reality television over the course of my life time I would blow my fucking brains out. Let's just say I'm one episode of Survivor away from not surviving.
  • You think I could fuck Ellen Page?


  • Internet Wrestling Organization
    • IWO World Heavyweight Championship
    • IWO World Tag Team Championship (2 times w/ Tony Davis)
    • IWO North American Championship
    • IWO Extreme Championship
    • IWO United States Championship
    • IWO Pacific Championship
    • IWO Television Championship (2 times)
    • IWO Cruiserweight Championship (2 times)
    • IWO I.C. Tag Team Championship (2 times)
    • IML United States Championship
  • Fans Wrestling Federation
    • FWF World Tag Team Champion(w/ Evan Levine)
  • jOlt Wrestling
    • jOlt World Tag Team Titles(*3 times 2 w/Tony Davis, 1 w/Chris Register)
  • aWc
    • aWc World Heavyweight Championship
  • fans Wrestling organization
    • fWo World Heavyweight Championship (2 times)
    • fWo World Tag Team Championship (w/Rana Venenossa)
    • fWo Internet Championship
    • fWo United States Championship
    • fWo Cruiserweight Championship (3 times)
  • the Asylum/21st Century Wrestling
    • tA/21w Immortal Champion
  • World Wrestling Revolution
    • WWR World Heavyweight Championship
  • no brand Wrestling
    • nbW World Heavyweight Championship
    • PRIME Tag Team Championship (3 times w/Tony Davis & Mary-Lynn Mayweather)
    • PRIME 5-Star Championship
  • the Squared Circle
    • tSC Tag Team Championship(w/Tony Davis & Mary-Lynn Mayweather) (3 times)
  • New Frontier Wrestling
    • NFW National Championship
    • NFW Everette Memorial Tag Team Championship (w/ Nova as Superfly Express)
    • NFW World Heavyweight Championship
  • Legacy of Champions
    • LoC World Tag Team Titles (W/ Tony Davis & Mary-Lynn Mayweather) x2
    • LoC Legacy Championship (Current)
  • WrestleUTA
    • "WrestleUTA Legacy Championship"

(Current Championships Marked in Italics)

Independant Championships

  • EWA T.v. Title(2)
  • EWA International title(2)
  • EWA Tag Team Champion(2)w/Nightmare
  • EWA World heavyweight Champion(2)
  • GWA United States
  • GWA Cruiser weight titles(5)
  • GWA Television Championships(2)
  • GWA Tag Team Championship w/ Tigro(Esoterics)
  • GWA Tag Team Championship w/ Razorback
  • GWA Hardcore Title
  • PFW Television Championship
  • PFW Tag Team Championship w/ Zealot
  • PFW World Heavyweight Championship(4)
  • HMW(2) World champion
  • EWF Tag Team titles w/ Shawn Carter
  • UVW Cruiser Weight title
  • UVW Tag Team Champions w/ Russian Bear<L>
  • UVW World Title<L>
  • BWO cruiser weight<L>
  • PWA T.V. Title<L>
  • WWA Intercontental Champion
  • WWA World Champ<L>
  • HMW World Suicidal<L>
  • EWA(2) World Championship
  • WHW World Championship
  • HWF Cruiser Weight Champion<L>
  • TAW Light Weight Champion<L>
  • HWA Middle-weight Championship<L>