List of women's wrestling promotions in the United States

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This is a list of women's professional wrestling promotions in the United States, both active and defunct women's promotions from the 1950s through the present.

Promotion name Location Promoter(s) Years active Notes
Mission Pro Wrestling Buda, Texas Thunder Rosa 2020–present
Professional Girl Wrestling Association Raleigh, North Carolina Randy Powell 1992–present
Queens of Combat Charlotte, North Carolina Josette Bynum 2004–present
Shimmer Women Athletes Berwyn, Illinois Dave Prazak and Allison Danger 2005–present
Shine Wrestling Ybor City, Florida Dave Prazak and Lexie Fyfe 2012–present WWNLive brand and sister promotion to Shimmer Women Athletes
Women of Wrestling Los Angeles, California David McLane 2000–2001; 2012-present
Women Superstars United Jac Sabboth (2006–2007)
Sean McCaffrey (2007–2012)
Drew Cordeiro (2012–2014)
DJ Hyde (2013–present)
2006–present Sister promotion to Combat Zone Wrestling and member of the United Wrestling Network.
Women's Wrestling Revolution Providence, Rhode Island Drew Cordeiro 2016-present Sister promotions of Beyond Wrestling
Defunct
ChickFight San Francisco, California Jason Deadrich 2004–2008
Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling (G.L.O.W.) Las Vegas, Nevada (1986–1992) Meshulam Riklis (1986–2001)
Ursula Hayden (2001-2003)
1986-2003
Ladies Major League Wrestling Florida Howard Brody 1989–1992
Ladies International Wrestling Association North Carolina The Fabulous Moolah 1990-2000
Ladies Professional Wrestling Association Laughlin, Nevada Tor Berg 1989–1998
Naked Women's Wrestling League Howard Mann 2004–2009
Powerful Women of Wrestling Indianapolis, Indiana David McLane 1987–1990
Rise Wrestling Naperville, Illinois Kevin Harvey 2016–2020 Sister promotion to Shimmer Women Athletes
Women's Extreme Wrestling Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Dan Kowal, Greg Bagarozy, Steve Karel 2002–2008
World Women's Wrestling Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts Sheldon Goldberg 2006–2010
World Women's Wrestling Association Los Angeles, California Mildred Burke 1950–1960
Wrestlicious Tampa, Florida Jonathan Vargas, Johnny Cafarella, and Jimmy Hart 2009–2010


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