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Women of Wrestling 

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Wrestling show with an all-female roster.


David B. McLane




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Series cast summary:
Erica D. Porter ...  Jungle Grrrl / ... 29 episodes, 2000-2019
Lana Kinnear ...  Lana Star / ... 26 episodes, 2000-2019
David B. McLane ...  David McLane - Host / ... 23 episodes, 2000-2013
Nikki Flux ...  Koala Kate 22 episodes, 2000-2001
Lee Marshall ...  Lee Marshall - Commentator 20 episodes, 2000-2001
Peggy Lee Leather ...  Thug 18 episodes, 2000-2016
Jwaundace Candece ...  Delta Lotta Pain 16 episodes, 2000-2017
Cher Ferreyra ...  Loca 16 episodes, 2000-2017
Kimberly Davis ...  Amber O'Neal / ... 16 episodes, 2016-2019
Tessa Blanchard ...  Tessa Blanchard 16 episodes, 2019
Leslie Garza ...  Sophia Lopez 15 episodes, 2013-2019
Stephanie Mason ...  Stephy Slays / ... 14 episodes, 2013-2019
Jessie Belle McCoy ...  Jessie Jones 14 episodes, 2016-2019
Nina Monet ...  Siren The Voodoo Doll / ... 14 episodes, 2019
Camille Ligon ...  Holidead 13 episodes, 2017-2019
Twana Barnett ...  The Beast 13 episodes, 2019


Wrestling show with an all-female roster.

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WOW: Women of Wrestling had potential, but was short-lived thanks to sloppy writing and lazy performances.
26 September 2002 | by Michael_PilkingtonSee all my reviews

David McLane, the man responsible for the mid-eighties "GLOW: Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling" returns with another all-women's wrestling show. His show did have potential, but unfortunately, did not last and was only survived by one pay-per-view event ("WOW Unleashed"). McLane's lack of planning was the reason why WOW could not continue after the first season. If he hired professional writers then he would have had a chance. Instead we're treated to an hour of sloppy writing and lazy performances.

On the plus side, he chose a variety of beautiful and athletic women. Some were all business in the ring and delivered the goods (Terri Gold and Roxy Powers come to mind), but most of the time was wasted on the wrestlers who spend too much time talking trash and not showing much ring action. Most of their fight scenes were well choreographed, but some of their finishing moves are similar to the WWE superstars' moves.

If David McLane wanted to stay employed, he could've done what former WCW owner Eric Bischoff did and sell his show to WWE owner Vince McMahon, but no. He was probably afraid that his WOW superstars would get eaten alive by the WWE divas. Only Terri Gold (Heather Millard) and Roxy Powers (Natalie Yeo) would have the ability to come out on top (IMHO). In the future, Mr. McLane, please think twice or plan more carefully before making another all-women's wrestling show. My evaluation: C+.

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