Wrestlicious was an American all-female professional wrestling promotion based in Tampa, Florida. The company was founded by Jonathan Vargas, who won a Powerball jackpot of $35.3 million in 2008. It is known for its sketch comedy and has been often compared to Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling.
Former Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling host and producer Johnny Cafarella and Jimmy Hart partnered with Jonathan Vargas, who won a Powerball jackpot of $35.3 million in 2008. In March 2009, a trailer was released promoting Wrestlicious. Originally rumored as airing on Fox Network in fall 2009, the Wrestlicious Takedown series eventually aired in syndication beginning in March 2010. Throughout 2010, Wrestlicious signed several new wrestlers (to replace many of the women that had worked for them during the original 2008 tapings and were now unavailable), and then taped new matches beginning in May 2010 to air on Takedown.
|Created by||Jonathan Vargas, Johnny Cafarella, Jimmy Hart|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||13 (as of May 16, 2012)|
|Camera setup||Multicamera setup|
|Running time||Approximately 30 minutes per episode
(22 minutes and commercials)
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|Original airing||March 1, 2010|
Wrestlicious TakeDown was the Main Television program produced by Wrestlicious which ran on Dish Network, via MavTV in the United States and BiteTV in Canada, as well as in syndication. The first season consists of 13 episodes. Wrestlicious TakeDown began airing on Monday with its first episode airing on March 1, 2010 However it was announced the following Thursday on March 4, 2010, that the show would be moving to Wednesday. On May 16, 2012, it was announced that Wrestlicious is returning with its employees back to began a second season How ever nothing has happened since and no filming dates have been set.
It was announced on March 27, 2010 that Wrestlicious TakeDown will begin airing on many television stations throughout the United States starting around April 1 and May 1, 2010.
Vargas appeared on the show as "JV Rich", the laid back and affable Rapper-Owner of Wrestlicious. Regular features will include "JV's CRIB", a look at the goings-on inside JV's mansion frequented by the Wrestlicious girls.
|Amber Lively||Ashley Simmons|
|Autumn Frost||Jennifer Blake|
|Bandita||Unknown||Also manages Maria Toro|
|Bootcamp Bailey||Taylor Marion||On-screen trainer|
|Felony||Bonnie Maxon||Managed by Officer Bubba|
|Jimmy Hart||Jimmy Hart||Co-Host of Wrestlicious|
|Johnny C.||Johnny Cafarella||Producer and emcee|
|Johnny C. Junior||Andrew Omega||Ring announcer|
|JV Rich||Jonathan Vargas||Founder of Wrestlicious|
|Kandi Kisses||Elizabeth Miklosi||Managed by The GumDrops|
|Lacey Von Erich||Lacey Adkisson|
|Paige Webb||Serena Deeb|
|Malibu Mackenzie||Lana Kinnear|
|Maria Toro||Mercedes Martinez||Managed by Bandita|
|Officer Bubba||Brad Niederer|
|Penelope Bristol||Hannah Blossom|
|Savannah||Unknown||Co-host of Wrestlicious|
|Sierra Sherraton||Erica D'Erico|
|Tyler Texas||Amy Janas|
Stables and Tag Teams
|The Bristols||Beatrice and Penelope Bristol|
|The Country Cuties||Cousin Cassie and Tyler Texas|
|Jimmy's Angels||Anaconda, Cobra and Viper|
|The Lunch Ladies||Fran and Gert|
|The Naughty Girls||Charity, Hope and Faith|
|The Southern Belles||Charlotte and Savannah|
|TNT||Tina the Trigger and Toni the Top|
|Alexandra the Great||Danyah Rivietz|
|Brooke Lynne||Rebecca Treston|
|Beatrice Bristol||Holly Blossom|
|Charity||Falycia Rose Pulver|
|Commissioner Blance||Steven Blance|
|Glory||Christie Mathis||First Wrestlicious Champion|
|CoCo Montego||Josette Bynum|
|CoCo Montego||Josette Bynum|
|Sister Ophelia||Mary-Kate Duignan||Manager of The Naughty Girls|
|1||Glory||1||May 24, 2010||176||Tampa, Florida||Wrestlicious TakeDown||Defeated Felony to become the inaugural champion. Title deactivated after company stopped production.|
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