Women Of Wrestling
Women of Wrestling.png
GenreWomen's professional wrestling
Professional wrestling
Created byDavid McLane
Developed byJeanie Buss
StarringWOW Superheroes roster
Narrated byDavid McLane
Stephen Dickey
Country of originUnited States
No. of seasons8
No. of episodes88 (as of April 18, 2022 (2022-04-18))
Production
Production locationsLos Angeles, California
Camera setupMulticamera setup
Running time60 minutes
Release
Original networkBroadcast syndication (2000–2001)
Streaming television (2015–2019)
AXS TV (2019–2020)
Pluto TV (2022–present)
Picture formatNTSC
HDTV 1080i
Original releaseSeptember 1, 2000 (2000-09-01) –
present

WOW – Women of Wrestling, is an American women's professional wrestling promotion founded in 2000 by David McLane, previously the founder of Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. It is based in Los Angeles, California, and is owned by McLane and Los Angeles Lakers owner and president Jeanie Buss.[1]

Initially broadcasting in syndication during in the 2000-01 television season,[2] WOW is a sports entertainment-styled product where its talent portrays heavily-dramatized characters.[3]

History

Selina Majors entrance at a WOW! event
Selina Majors entrance at a WOW! event

WOW has been recognized as one of the few nationally broadcast wrestling promotions to feature an all-female roster.[4] Only twenty-five television episodes and a pay-per-view event were produced during its initial run.[citation needed] In 2002, McLane sought a partnership with Kiss frontman Gene Simmons to revive the promotion.[5] In July 2011, WOW TV reruns began airing on the ABC affiliate KTNV in Las Vegas.[6]

On May 29, 2012, McLane and Buss announced their intention to revive WOW and produce new episodes.[7][8] Later that year, WOW reruns began airing on The CW Las Vegas station KVCW starting on December 9.[9]

In December 2014, WOW announced that it would be producing content for digital media in 2015. Marketed as "WOW Superheroes", its roster of characters are portrayed as empowered women from all different backgrounds and professions.[10] A second season premiered on March 1, 2016, on YouTube.[11] Its fourth season premiered February 28, 2017.[12]

On April 20, 2017, MGM Television announced that Mark Burnett, MGM's President, Television Group & Digital, and Jeanie Buss formed a partnership to develop new WOW content across a range of unscripted programming and digital formats.[13] In June 2018, it was announced that tapings for a new weekly program on AXS TV titled WOW: Women of Wrestling would begin on October 10, 2018 at the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles,[14] with the show to launch in early 2019.[15] WOW debuted on January 18 as part of AXS's "Friday Night Fights".[14][16] The AXS TV premiere marked WOW's first television broadcast in almost eighteen years.[17] WOW: Women of Wrestling would run for two seasons on AXS; in June 2020, following the network's acquisition by Anthem Sports & Entertainment (parent company of Impact Wrestling), the show was dropped.[18]

On October 6, 2021, it was announced that ViacomCBS had entered into a multi-year distribution agreement for WOW that will see new episodes produced for weekend syndication in Fall 2022.[19][20][21] The following day, on October 7, April Mendez (formerly known as AJ Lee in WWE) was announced to be joining the company as a producer.[22]

On January 21, 2022, WOW announced in a press release that "never-before-seen" episodes from "season 1" would debut on Pluto TV and The CW app starting January 22.[23]

Seasons

Main article: Women of Wrestling seasons

WOW Unleashed

WOW Unleashed
PromotionWomen of Wrestling
DateFebruary 4, 2001
CityInglewood, California
VenueGreat Western Forum
Attendance~9,500
Pay-per-view chronology
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WOW Unleashed was a professional wrestling pay-per-view from Women of Wrestling. It took place on February 4, 2001, from the Great Western Forum in Inglewood, California. The PPV suffered from technical difficulties and a low buyrate.[24] A second PPV, Spring Vengeance, was announced for April 8, 2001, during Unleashed, but never came to fruition. The announcers were Lee Marshall and former manager Bobby "The Brain" Heenan. Regular announcer David McLane, also the promotion's President, served as Master of Ceremonies.[25][26]

Event results
Match
No.
Episode 18 (February 4, 2001) Stipulations Times
1 Randi Rah Rah defeated Jacklyn Hyde Singles match 2:15
2 The Beach Patrol (Sandy and Summer) vs. Farah and Paradise ended in a no contest Tag team match 2:30
3 Tanja defeated Jane Blond Singles match 2:47
4 Nicki Law (with Kristy Order) defeated Hammerin' Heather Steele Singles match 2:02
5 Boom Boom and Caliente defeated The Asian Invasion (Jade and Lotus) Tag team match 4:43
6 Bronco Billie defeated The Disciplinarian Singles match 3:55
7 Roxy Powers vs. Slam Dunk ended in a double disqualification Singles match 6:16
8 Riot defeated Wendi Wheels Singles match for the Hardcore match 9:40
9 Jungle Grrrl defeated Beckie Singles match for the Splash match 9:45
10 Caged Heat (Delta Lotta Pain and Loca) defeated Harley's Angels (Charlie Davidson and EZ Rider) (with Thug) Tag team match for the inaugural WOW World Tag Team Championship 5:42
11 Terri Gold defeated Danger (c) Singles match for the WOW World Championship 4:20
12 Lana Star and Patti Pizzazz defeated Ice Cold and Poison Tag team match for the Hair vs. hair match 5:16
13 Thug (with Charlie Davidson and Ez Rider) defeated Selina Majors (with Terri Gold) Singles match for the Steel cage match 15:01

Personnel

Wrestlers

Ring name Real name Notes
Adrenaline[27] Priscilla Zuniga WOW Tag Team Champion
Adriana Gambino[28] Noelle Giorgi
Amber O'Neal[29] Kimberly Dawn Davis[30]
Angelika Dante[31] Unknown
The Beast[32] Twana Ferguson[33] WOW World Champion
Cali Ray[34] Kristen Young[35]
Casey Dakota[36] Sarah Stallman
Chainsaw[37] Unknown
Chantilly Chella[38] Rachel Kelvington Bostic[39]
The Dagger[40] Michelle Blanchard[41]
The Disciplinarian[42] Robyn Reid
Eye Candy[43] Willow Nightingale
Exodus[44] Karen Tran[45]
Fire[46] Kiera Hogan WOW Tag Team Champion
Fury[47] Harlow O'Hara
Genesis[44] Selena O'Sullivan[48]
Havok[49] Jessica Cricks[50]
Hazard[51] Beth Crist
Holidead[52] Camille Ligon[53]
Jessie Jones[54] Jessie Belle McCoy[55]
Jolene Dixie[56] Airial Le
Jolynn Dixie[56] Cathy Le
Jungle Grrrl[57] Erica Porter[58]
Keta Rush[59] Keta Meggett[60]
The Lioness[61] Faith Jefferies
Malia Hosaka[44] Malia Hosaka
Mezmeriah[62] Arelys Rodriguez
Nikki Krampus[63] Unknown
Princess Aussie[64] Simone Sherie
Razor[65] Sarah Rodriguez[66]
Reyna Reyes[67] Gisele Shaw
Santana Garrett[68] Santana Garrett
The Sassy Massy[69] Alisha Maher
Serpentine[70] Melissa Cervantes[71]
Siren[72] Unknown
Spike[73] Ashly Martinez
Stephy Slays[74] Stephanie Mason
Teal Piper[75] Ariel Toombs
The Temptress[76] Katarina Leigh Waters[77]

Other on-air personnel

Ring name Real name Notes
Lana Star[78] Lana Kinnear[79] Manager of Amber O'Neal
Samantha Smart[80] Kristen Garner[81] Manager of The Disciplinarian
Atty. Sophia Lopez[82] Leslie Garza[83] Manager of Nikki Krampus and Serpentine

Broadcast team

The following section pertains to announcers who cover WOW broadcasts. This group includes presenters, ringside commentators, ring announcers and backstage interviewers.

Ring name Real name Notes
Brigiite Valdez Brigiite Valdez Field reporter
David McLane David McLane Commentator
Host
EZ Rider Eleanor Kerrigan Commentator
Shaul Guerrero Shaul Guerrero Ring announcer
Stephen Dickey Stephen Dickey Commentator

Creative team

Ring name Real name Notes
April Mendez April Mendez Executive producer

Championships

WOW World Championship

Inaugural battle royal (season 1) 2000

Match
No.
Episode 1
(taped on September 1, 2000, aired on October 7, 2000)
Stipulations Times
4 Terri Gold won by last eliminating Thug[a] Battle royal for the inaugural WOW World Championship 3:55
  1. ^ Participants of the battle royal for the inaugural WOW World Championship: Bronco Billie, Caliente, Charlie Davidson, The Disciplinarian, EZ Rider, Farah, Hammerin' Heather Steele, Ice Cold, Jane Blond, Jungle Grrrl, Lotus, Paradise, Roxy Powers, Sandy, Selina Majors, Slam Dunk, Sunny (later Wendi Wheels) and Tanja.

Vacant championship match (season 5) 2018

Match
No.
Episode 5 (taped on October 10–11, 2018, aired on February 15, 2019) Stipulations Times
4 Tessa Blanchard defeated Jungle Grrrl Singles match for the vacant WOW World Championship 7:35

Reigns

As of June 23, 2022.

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Terri Gold September 1, 2000 WOW Season 1: Episode 1 Inglewood, CA 1 105 Won a battle royal to become the inaugural champion.
2 Danger December 15, 2000 WOW Season 1: Episode 16 Inglewood, CA 1 51 This episode aired on tape delay on January 13, 2001.
3 Terri Gold February 4, 2001 WOW Season 1: Episode 18 WOW Unleashed Inglewood, CA 2 27
Vacated March 3, 2001 WOW ceased television production sometime after March 3, 2001.
4 Lana Star January 19, 2013 WOW Season 2: Live event Los Angeles, CA 1 49 WOW claimed that following the tapings at Great Western Forum, several of its performers continued wrestling on various independent shows. In a non televised event in LA, Lana Star defeated Terri Gold in a WOW sanctioned match for the championship.
5 Jungle Grrrl March 9, 2013 WOW Season 3: Episode 14 WOW! Pandemonium Tour 2013 Las Vegas, NV 1 1,300 Jungle Grrrl won the championship at WOW! Pandemonium Tour 2013. This episode aired on tape delay on August 26, 2016.
6 Santana Garrett September 29, 2016 WOW Season 4: Episode 10 Los Angeles, CA 1 742 This was a triple threat match also involving The Beverly Hills Babe. [84]
Vacated October 11, 2018 After a match between Jungle Grrrl, Santana Garrett and Tessa Blanchard ended in double pinfall with Garrett and Jungle Grrrl pinned Blanchard, David McLane stated that the referee decided to not award the WOW World Championship to Garrett and Jungle Grrrl. This episode aired on tape delay on February 15, 2019. [85]
7 Tessa Blanchard October 11, 2018 WOW Season 5: Episode 5 Los Angeles, CA 1 217 Blanchard defeated Jungle Grrrl for the vacant WOW World Championship. This episode aired on tape delay on February 15, 2019. [85]
8 The Beast May 16, 2019 WOW Season 6: Episode 11 Los Angeles, CA 1 1,134+ This episode aired on tape delay on November 23, 2019. [86]

List of combined reigns

Indicates the current champion
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
days
1 Jungle Grrrl 1 1,300
2 The Beast 1 1,134+
3 Santana Garrett 1 881
4 Tessa Blanchard 1 217
5 Terri Gold 2 132
6 Danger 1 51
7 Lana Star 1 49

WOW World Tag Team Championship

Inaugural tournament (season 1) 2000-2001

Quarterfinals Semifinals Semifinals Finals
WOW Unleashed
        
Ice Cold and Poison Pin
Farah and Paradise 3:28
Ice Cold and Poison 4:01
Lana Star and Patti Pizzazz Pin
Lana Star and Patti Pizzazz Pin
Roxy Powers and Tanja 3:20
Lana Star and Patti Pizzazz Disqualified
Caged Heat Advanced
Caged Heat
(Delta Lotta Pain and Loca)
Pin
The Asian Invasion
(Jade and Lotus)
3:44
Caged Heat Pin
Beckie and Bronco Billie 4:05
Beckie and Bronco Billie Pin
Danger and Riot 6:48
Caged Heat Pin
Harley's Angels
(with Thug)
5:42
The Beach Patrol
(Sandy and Summer)
Pin
The Daughters Of Darkness
(Misery and Mystery)
6:43
The Beach Patrol 4:34
Harley's Angels
(with Thug)
Pin
Harley's Angels
(Charlie Davidson and EZ Rider with Thug)
Pin
Boom Boom and Caliente 5:05
Harley's Angels
(with Thug)
Advanced
Lana Star and Patti Pizzazz Disqualified
Ice Cold and Poison Pin
Farah and Paradise 3:28
Ice Cold and Poison 4:01
Lana Star and Patti Pizzazz Pin
Lana Star and Patti Pizzazz Pin
Roxy Powers and Tanja 3:20

Inaugural tournament (season 6) 2019

Quarterfinals Semifinals Semifinals Finals
WOW Season 6: Episode 11
        
The Psycho Sisters
(Fury and Razor) (with Mezmeriah)
Pin
Princess Aussie and Reyna Reyes
(with The Papua New Guinea Warrior)
6:30
The Psycho Sisters 9:30
The Dark Side Pin
The Dark Side
(Holidead and Siren)
Pin
The Bully Busters
(Keta Rush and Stephy Slays)
3:50
The Dark Side 7:55
Adrenaline and Fire Pin
Adrenaline and Fire Pin
The Vengeful Vixens
(The Dagger and The Temptress)
9:40
Adrenaline and Fire Pin
Amber O’Neal and Jessie Jones 8:15
Amber O’Neal and Jessie Jones Pin
Lana Star and The Lioness 4:30
Adrenaline and Fire Pin
Monsters of Madness 10:15
Monsters of Madness
(Jessicka Havok and Hazard)
Pin
The Dixie Darlings
(Jolene Dixie and Jolynn Dixie)
2:50
Monsters of Madness Pin
Chantilly Chella and The Sassy Massy 5:30
Chantilly Chella and The Sassy Massy Pin
Abilene Maverick and The Disciplinarian
(with Samantha Smart)
8:14
Monsters of Madness Pin
The Dark Side 7:55
The Psycho Sisters
(Fury and Razor) (with Mezmeriah)
Pin
Princess Aussie and Reyna Reyes
(with The Papua New Guinea Warrior)
6:30
The Psycho Sisters 9:30
The Dark Side Pin
The Dark Side
(Holidead and Siren)
Pin
The Bully Busters
(Keta Rush and Stephy Slays)
3:50
Reigns

As of June 23, 2022.

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Caged Heat
(Delta Lotta Pain and Loca)
January 20, 2001 WOW Season 1: Episode 18 WOW Unleashed Inglewood, CA 1 42 Defeated Harley's Angels (Charlie Davidson and EZ Rider) to become the inaugural champions.
Vacated March 3, 2001 WOW ceased television production sometime after March 3, 2001.
2 Caged Heat
(Delta Lotta Pain and Loca)
January 19, 2013 WOW Season 2: Episode 11 Inglewood, CA 2 <1 Returned as champions.
3 The All American Girls
(Amber O'Neal and Santana Garrett)
January 19, 2013 WOW Season 2: Episode 11 WOW! Pandemonium Tour 2013 Las Vegas, NV 1 1,349
Vacated September 29, 2016 Caged Heat's attorney Sophia Lopez provided evidence to the Women Wrestling Association that the All American Girls' broke the tag team match's rules multiple time in their championship win over Caged Heat. Therefore, WWA decided to vacate the WOW World Tag Team Championship. [87]
4 Adrenaline and Fire May 16, 2019 WOW Season 6: Episode 11 Los Angeles, CA 1 1,134+ Adrenaline and Fire defeated Monsters of Madness (Jessicka Havok and Hazard) in the tournament finals to win the vacant championship. This episode aired on tape delay on November 23, 2019. [88]

Combined reigns by team

As of June 23, 2022.

Current champions Adrenaline(left) and Fire(right)
Indicates the current champion
Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined days
1 The All American Girls
(Amber O'Neal and Santana Garrett)
1 1,349
2 Adrenaline and Fire 1 1,134+
3 Caged Heat
(Delta Lotta Pain and Loca)
2 42

Combined reigns by wrestler

Rank Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined
days
1 Amber O'Neal 1 1,349
Santana Garrett 1 1,349
3 Adrenaline 1 1,134+
Fire 1
5 Delta Lotta Pain 2 42
Loca 2 42

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