How do you say wreak havoc in English?

Is it wreak havoc or wreck havoc?

It means “to bring about or to cause.” When havoc has been wreaked, things generally are a “wreck,” so it seems that “wreck” would go naturally with “havoc,” which means “great destruction, ruinous damage.” But it is wrong in this instance.

How do you pronounce wreak as in wreak havoc?

What does wreak mean?

transitive verb. 1 : bring about, cause wreak havoc. 2a : to cause the infliction of (vengeance or punishment) b archaic : avenge. 3 : to give free play or course to (malevolent feeling)