Women of Wrestling

Women of Wrestling
Women of Wrestling, aka WOW!, is a professional wrestling wow gold promotion founded in 2000 by David McLane, previously the founder of Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. It was based in Los Angeles, California. Using a similar format of character driven performers, with names befitting a comic book series, such as Jungle Girrrl, an wow gold inmate tag-team complete with orange jump suits named Caged Heat and the Persian Princess,WOW launched a series of syndicated programs in the 2000-01 television seasons in 102 TV markets.The programs quickly became the highest rated wrestling shows in the markets of New York and Los Angeles and demonstrated ability regardless of the region, market size or time-period to grow each television stations audience.
WOW programs were able to stand out from other wrestling programs by offering television viewers and live event audience an all female troupe of performers who played campy villains and heroines wow gold in all sizes and nationalities. By being the only entertainment source wow gold of its kind, WOW captured a strong adult demographic following with its primary audience, the male television audience generating 25% higher ratings than its secondary audience of young women, teens, and tweens.
Due to the ever soft and declining advertising market during this time, WOW wasn’t able to take advantage of its momentum and ceased production after completing 24 original episodes and one wow gold live pay-per-view event. WOW, although off the air in the United States after 2001 continued to exist through international distribution deals wow gold with the markets of Israel, Russia, India, Canada, South Africa, Kenya, Middle East, Turkey, Malaysia, the Dominican Republic and other countries airing the WOW shows.