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22nd May '17 5:52:57 PM MiinU
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Compare with BigManOnCampus.

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Compare and often overlaps with TheQuarterback and BigManOnCampus.
11th May '17 11:44:21 AM DVB
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** James Potter had elements of this and of JerkJock (however, beyond his complex and mutual hatred with Severus Snape, his only jerk qualities were being a show-off and hot-headed.) After he 'deflates his head,' he is much more readily seen as one. Subverted in that we only hear about him from his friends and archenemy Snape.

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** James Potter had is overall this with elements of this and of JerkJock (however, beyond his complex and mutual hatred with Severus Snape, his only jerk qualities were being a show-off and hot-headed.) After he 'deflates his head,' he is much more readily seen as one. Subverted in that we However, it's difficult to guise this since the only hear about persepctive we've seen this of him were the Maruders (his long time friends), Snape (mutual hatred) and Lily [[spoiler: (she initially didn't think much of him though a prominent part was due to his and Snape's animosity, especially sicne she was Snape's friend. When he does calm down, she goes from his friends seemingly not liking him to dating him and archenemy Snape.marrying him soon out of school. This prompts some to assume Lily's dislike was actually her being a form of Tsundere.]]
30th Apr '17 2:17:19 PM nombretomado
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* Lucy from ''HarvestMoon: Animal Parade'' loves a number of sports, including running and dance, and she's also very friendly. Bonus points: Both her and Roy are small children; about six years old. [[SoapOperaRapidAgingSyndrome Sort of]].

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* Lucy from ''HarvestMoon: Animal Parade'' ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonAnimalParade'' loves a number of sports, including running and dance, and she's also very friendly. Bonus points: Both her and Roy are small children; about six years old. [[SoapOperaRapidAgingSyndrome Sort of]].
24th Apr '17 8:40:41 AM TNTiger
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* Hunter from ''Webcomic/GrimTrigger'' is introduced as a JerkJock, but once he's in the story more, it's clear that he's actually a lovable jock.
22nd Apr '17 9:07:15 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* Larry the Lobster is easily the strongest character in ''WesternAnimaton/SpongeBobSquarePants'' but he's also the friendliest after Spongebob himself. However, in a case of EarlyInstallmentWeirdness, the season one episode "Ripped Pants" features a song with lyrics about how "big Larry came around just to put [Spongebob] down. This is especially odd because even in this episode, Larry is portrayed as friendly.

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* Larry the Lobster is easily the strongest character in ''WesternAnimaton/SpongeBobSquarePants'' but he's also the friendliest after Spongebob himself. However, in a case of EarlyInstallmentWeirdness, the season one episode "Ripped Pants" features a song with lyrics about how "big Larry came around just to put [Spongebob] down.down". This is especially odd because even in this episode, Larry is portrayed as friendly.
22nd Apr '17 9:06:13 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* "Moose" Mason from ''Franchise/ArchieComics''. Originally he was batshit insane and was universally feared by the entire school (even some ''teachers'') since he would savagely beat anyone who even looked in Midge's general direction. He's mellowed considerably as the [[CharacterizationMarchesOn comics moved on]], so long as no one is [[CrazyJealousGuy trying to steal his girl]].

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* "Moose" Mason from ''Franchise/ArchieComics''. Originally he was batshit insane and was universally feared by the entire school (even some ''teachers'') since he would savagely beat anyone who even looked in Midge's general direction. He's [[TookALevelInKindness mellowed considerably considerably]] as the [[CharacterizationMarchesOn comics moved on]], so long as no one is [[CrazyJealousGuy trying to steal his girl]].
22nd Apr '17 9:04:39 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* Minor character Ox from ''ComicStrip/{{Luann}}'' is a good-hearted [[DumbMuscle simple big guy]] who protects would-be bullying victims by threatening the bully.

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* Minor character Ox from ''ComicStrip/{{Luann}}'' is a good-hearted [[DumbMuscle simple big guy]] who protects would-be bullying victims by [[BullyHunter threatening the bully.bully]].
24th Mar '17 6:13:31 AM ANTMuddle
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The JerkJock's answer to the LovableAlphaBitch. It is typical in most high school settings to have the jock as the bad guy but this trope is a method of portraying jocks in a positive light. After all, people don't automatically turn into sociopaths the moment they join a sports team.

The Lovable Jock differs from the LovableAlphaBitch in that while the AlphaBitch can still be a bully to everyone except the main character to count, the Lovable Jock will be a nice guy by default. He is rarely the main man of the high school and will usually be in contrast to an actual JerkJock. Expect the JerkJock to be blond while the Lovable Jock is brunet or redheaded though blond Lovable Jocks are common too. But that isn't a license to try anything funny on him; he ''will'' [[BewareTheNiceOnes mop]] [[GoodIsNotSoft the]] [[CurbStompBattle floor]] with [[WhatAnIdiot anyone who dares]].

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The JerkJock's answer to the LovableAlphaBitch. It is typical in most high school settings to have the jock as the bad guy but this trope is a method of portraying jocks in a positive light. After all, people don't automatically turn into sociopaths the moment they join a sports team.

The Lovable Jock differs from the LovableAlphaBitch in that while the AlphaBitch can still be a bully to everyone except the main character to count, the Lovable Jock will be a nice guy {{nice guy}} by default. default. He is rarely the main man of the high school and will usually be in contrast to an actual JerkJock. Expect the JerkJock to be blond while the Lovable Jock is brunet or redheaded though blond Lovable Jocks are common too. But that isn't a license to try anything funny on him; him or anyone he cares about; he ''will'' [[BewareTheNiceOnes mop]] wipe]] [[GoodIsNotSoft the]] [[CurbStompBattle floor]] grass]] [[TooDumbToLive with anyone]] [[WhatAnIdiot anyone who dares]].



Female cheerleaders who are not the AlphaBitch can go here instead of LovableAlphaBitch since that trope is reserved for the actual {{Alpha Bitch}}es. The Jock need not be on only the ''football'' team, but on any other sports team in the school.

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Female cheerleaders [[PomPomGirl cheerleaders]] who are not the AlphaBitch can go here instead of LovableAlphaBitch since that trope is reserved for the actual {{Alpha Bitch}}es. The Jock need not be on only the ''football'' team, but on any other sports team in the school.
school. Both are TruthInTelevision.
15th Mar '17 12:14:16 PM Shadowwing09
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** Applejack is an even better example. On a few occasions, Rainbow Dash can show shades of JerkJock, while Applejack is more unambiguously this trope.
7th Mar '17 9:11:23 AM StFan
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* ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'': GentleGiant Beast was an athlete in high school, before he grew his fur.

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* ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'': ''ComicBook/XMen'': GentleGiant Beast was an athlete in high school, before he grew his fur.



* Ben Grimm, AKA The Thing, from the ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', who used to be a star football player in high school. He became fast friends with the intellectual Reed Richards, AKA Mr Fantastic, once the two of them met in college.
* While [[SpiderMan Flash Thompson]] is arguably the TropeCodifier of the JerkJock, he actually [[CharacterDevelopment transitioned]] into becoming this after he and Peter started attending college.
** Even his high-school self, though often cruel and petty, had his moments. For all his bullying of Peter, Flash's admiration for Spider-Man was genuine, and went deep enough that he remained a vocal Spidey supporter even when the rest of New York was convinced that Spidey was a murderer.

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* Ben Grimm, AKA a.k.a. The Thing, from the ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', who used to be a star football player in high school. He became fast friends with the intellectual Reed Richards, AKA Mr a.k.a. Mr. Fantastic, once the two of them met in college.
* ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'': While [[SpiderMan Flash Thompson]] Thompson is arguably the TropeCodifier of the JerkJock, he actually [[CharacterDevelopment transitioned]] into becoming this after he and Peter started attending college.
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college. Even his high-school self, though often cruel and petty, had his moments. For all his bullying of Peter, Flash's admiration for Spider-Man was genuine, and went deep enough that he remained a vocal Spidey supporter even when the rest of New York was convinced that Spidey was a murderer.



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* In ''Fanfic/UnderTheNorthernLights'' Prince Vigg can be an immature brat but is usually quite a nice guy. His greatest interest seem to be winter sports, mostly skiing both cross-country and down-hill. He and his friends have apparently invented the snowboard as well.

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* In ''Fanfic/UnderTheNorthernLights'' Prince Vigg can be an immature brat but Minor character Ox from ''ComicStrip/{{Luann}}'' is usually quite a nice guy. His greatest interest seem good-hearted [[DumbMuscle simple big guy]] who protects would-be bullying victims by threatening the bully.
* During his football-playing days, BD from ''ComicStrip/{{Doonesbury}}'' tended
to be winter sports, mostly skiing both cross-country oscillate between this and down-hill. He and his friends have apparently invented the snowboard as well.JerkJock.



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* In ''WesternAnimation/BeeMovie,'' the Pollen Jocks (i.e., the bees who leave the hive to collect pollen). When Barry and Adam are pretending to be Pollen Jocks to impress some girls a pair of real Pollen Jocks come over and, while not revealing the truth, decide to mess with them by challenging them to come along on their next mission. When Barry actually shows up they talk their superior into letting him come along.
* Mitch from ''WesternAnimation/ParaNorman'', who has a strong BigBrotherInstinct towards his younger brother Neil, and who agrees to drive everyone to go look for Norman, apparently for no better reason than that Neil is worried about Norman.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/BeeMovie,'' the Pollen Jocks (i.e., the bees who leave the hive to collect pollen). When Barry and Adam are pretending ''Fanfic/UnderTheNorthernLights'' Prince Vigg can be an immature brat but is usually quite a nice guy. His greatest interest seem to be Pollen Jocks to impress some girls a pair of real Pollen Jocks come over and, while not revealing the truth, decide to mess with them by challenging them to come along on their next mission. When Barry actually shows up they talk their superior into letting him come along.
* Mitch from ''WesternAnimation/ParaNorman'', who has a strong BigBrotherInstinct towards
winter sports, mostly skiing both cross-country and down-hill. He and his younger brother Neil, and who agrees to drive everyone to go look for Norman, friends have apparently for no better reason than that Neil is worried about Norman. invented the snowboard as well.



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* In ''WesternAnimation/BeeMovie,'' the Pollen Jocks (i.e., the bees who leave the hive to collect pollen). When Barry and Adam are pretending to be Pollen Jocks to impress some girls a pair of real Pollen Jocks come over and, while not revealing the truth, decide to mess with them by challenging them to come along on their next mission. When Barry actually shows up they talk their superior into letting him come along.
* Mitch from ''WesternAnimation/ParaNorman'', who has a strong BigBrotherInstinct towards his younger brother Neil, and who agrees to drive everyone to go look for Norman, apparently for no better reason than that Neil is worried about Norman.
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* Calvin from ''AWrinkleInTime'', who's said to be a popular athlete at Meg's school but has no problems hanging out with geeky, bespectacled Meg and going on a multidimensional space quest with her and her brother Charles Wallace.

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* Calvin from ''AWrinkleInTime'', ''Literature/AWrinkleInTime'', who's said to be a popular athlete at Meg's school but has no problems hanging out with geeky, bespectacled Meg and going on a multidimensional space quest with her and her brother Charles Wallace.



* Mike Peterefsky in ''{{Literature/Dinoverse}}'' is friends to shy, bumbling geek Bertram and doesn't seem to have a mean bone in his body - he's actually worried that Bertram will think less of him when they're thrust into a chaotic unfamiliar situation. For all that, though, he was more or less going along with it when [[JerkJock Sean]] was making plans to cripple a slower moving player on their team, until the adventure happens. When he returns he finds his courage and denounces Sean.

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* Mike Peterefsky in ''{{Literature/Dinoverse}}'' ''Literature/{{Dinoverse}}'' is friends to shy, bumbling geek Bertram and doesn't seem to have a mean bone in his body - -- he's actually worried that Bertram will think less of him when they're thrust into a chaotic unfamiliar situation. For all that, though, he was more or less going along with it when [[JerkJock Sean]] was making plans to cripple a slower moving player on their team, until the adventure happens. When he returns he finds his courage and denounces Sean.



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* Minor character Ox from ''ComicStrip/{{Luann}}'' is a good-hearted [[DumbMuscle simple big guy]] who protects would-be bullying victims by threatening the bully.
* During his football-playing days, BD from ''ComicStrip/{{Doonesbury}}'' tended to oscillate between this and JerkJock.
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* Minor character Ox from ''ComicStrip/{{Luann}}'' is a good-hearted [[DumbMuscle simple big guy]] who protects would-be bullying victims by threatening the bully.
* During his football-playing days, BD from ''ComicStrip/{{Doonesbury}}'' tended to oscillate between this and JerkJock.
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* Natsuki Hayami from ''Manga/{{Amakusa 1637}}'' was this, the KendoTeamCaptain ''and'' the StudentCouncilPresident before the TimeTravel action took place.

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* Natsuki Hayami from ''Manga/{{Amakusa 1637}}'' ''Manga/Amakusa1637'' was this, the KendoTeamCaptain ''and'' the StudentCouncilPresident before the TimeTravel action took place.



* In ''Comicbook/SpiderGirl'' Mayday Parker started out as belonging both to the jocks and the nerds of Midtown High. Her good friend Davida Kirby is a more straight example of this trope.

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* In ''Comicbook/SpiderGirl'' ''ComicBook/SpiderGirl'' Mayday Parker started out as belonging both to the jocks and the nerds of Midtown High. Her good friend Davida Kirby is a more straight example of this trope.



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* Lynda of ''Film/{{Halloween 1978}}'' is a cheerleader and the FinalGirl's best friend, considerably nicer than the other, non-cheerleader, friend.
* The jock girls in ''Film/MeanGirls'' are competitive but still shown as good people. [[spoiler: Regina joins them]] at the end. This is said to be a good thing, as they're not afraid of her and so she doesn't bully them.
* ''Film/BringItOn'' was one of the first mainstream films to show cheerleading as a legitimate athletic pursuit, and subvert a lot of the negative stereotypes surrounding cheerleaders. Torrance for example just wants to help her team win, and she shows {{Tomboy}} Missy that there's more to the sport that what she expects.
* Amber from ''Film/DodgeballATrueUnderdogStory'' is a cheerleader but is kind and sweet, in contrast to her rather nasty boyfriend.
* The leads (and other teammates) from ''Film/BendItLikeBeckham'' - all kind, fun-loving girls who play as a team.
* Casey from ''Film/TheDuff'' may count, being a soccer player. She may be tough, but she's not mean.

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* Lynda of ''Film/{{Halloween 1978}}'' is a cheerleader and ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'': Peppermint Patty. {{Flanderization}}, combined with the FinalGirl's best friend, considerably nicer than the other, non-cheerleader, friend.
* The jock girls in ''Film/MeanGirls'' are competitive but still shown as good people. [[spoiler: Regina joins them]] at the end. This is said to be a good thing, as they're not afraid of her and so she doesn't bully them.
* ''Film/BringItOn'' was one of the first mainstream films to show cheerleading as a legitimate athletic pursuit, and subvert a lot of the negative stereotypes surrounding cheerleaders. Torrance for example just wants to help her team win, and she shows {{Tomboy}} Missy
ComedicSociopathy that there's more to characterized the sport that what strip, moved her into JerkJock territory occasionally, but at heart she expects.
* Amber from ''Film/DodgeballATrueUnderdogStory'' is
was a cheerleader [[DumbJock dim but is kind and sweet, in contrast to her rather nasty boyfriend.
* The leads (and other teammates) from ''Film/BendItLikeBeckham'' - all kind, fun-loving girls who play as
loyal tomboy]] harboring a team.
* Casey from ''Film/TheDuff'' may count, being a soccer player. She may be tough, but she's not mean.
crush on Charlie Brown.



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* The girls on the Gryffindor and Ravenclaw Quidditch teams in the ''Literature/HarryPotter'' books. Both [[TheHero Harry's]] girlfriends Cho Chang and Ginny Weasley played the same position as him, although Ginny only substituted for him in one game, [[TyrantTakesTheHelm and that substitution was because of Umbridge's hostile takeover of Hogwarts]]. It's worth noting that there are no girls playing for Slytherin and Hufflepuff, the two teams shown with more JerkJock players than the others.
* In the ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'' novelisations, the (all female) gymnastics team are said to be popular and nice as well.
* Julie Sims in ''Literature/SixteenThirtyTwo''. She is also a [[FriendlySniper deadly jock]].

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* The girls on the Gryffindor and Ravenclaw Quidditch teams in the ''Literature/HarryPotter'' books. Both [[TheHero Harry's]] girlfriends Cho Chang and Ginny Weasley played the same position as him, although Ginny only substituted for him in one game, [[TyrantTakesTheHelm and that substitution was because of Umbridge's hostile takeover of Hogwarts]]. It's worth noting that there are no girls playing for Slytherin and Hufflepuff, the two teams shown with more JerkJock players than the others.
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirls'', the ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'' novelisations, the (all female) gymnastics team are said human version of Rainbow Dash is a soccer player, and is explicitly stated to be popular [[PassionateSportsGirl the captain of every sports team]] at Canterlot High. Like her pony counterpart, she's a loyal friend and nice as well.
* Julie Sims in ''Literature/SixteenThirtyTwo''. She is also a [[FriendlySniper deadly jock]].
good with children.



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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'': Buffy herself might count, as she was a cheerleader in her last school and she attempts to join them again. Back in her old school she just appeared to be a bit ditzy as opposed to actually mean.
* In ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'' Valerie joins the second string cheerleader squad.
* Kelly and Lisa were on the cheerleading squad in ''Series/SavedByTheBell''. Jessie also joins as well. The girls are also said to play volleyball.

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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'': Buffy herself might count, as she was Lynda of ''Film/Halloween1978'' is a cheerleader in her last school and she attempts to join them again. Back the FinalGirl's best friend, considerably nicer than the other, non-cheerleader, friend.
* The jock girls
in her old school she just appeared ''Film/MeanGirls'' are competitive but still shown as good people. [[spoiler:Regina joins them]] at the end. This is said to be a bit ditzy good thing, as opposed to actually mean.
they're not afraid of her and so she doesn't bully them.
* In ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'' Valerie joins ''Film/BringItOn'' was one of the second string cheerleader squad.
* Kelly and Lisa were on the
first mainstream films to show cheerleading squad as a legitimate athletic pursuit, and subvert a lot of the negative stereotypes surrounding cheerleaders. Torrance for example just wants to help her team win, and she shows {{Tomboy}} Missy that there's more to the sport that what she expects.
* Amber from ''Film/DodgeballATrueUnderdogStory'' is a cheerleader but is kind and sweet,
in ''Series/SavedByTheBell''. Jessie also joins as well. contrast to her rather nasty boyfriend.
*
The leads (and other teammates) from ''Film/BendItLikeBeckham'' - all kind, fun-loving girls are also said to who play volleyball.as a team.
* Casey from ''Film/TheDuff'' may count, being a soccer player. She may be tough, but she's not mean.



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* [[{{Peanuts}} Peppermint Patty]]. [[{{Flanderization}} Flanderization]], combined with the ComedicSociopathy that characterized the strip, moved her into JerkJock territory occasionally, but at heart she was a [[DumbJock dim but loyal tomboy]] harboring a crush on Charlie Brown.

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* [[{{Peanuts}} Peppermint Patty]]. [[{{Flanderization}} Flanderization]], combined The girls on the Gryffindor and Ravenclaw Quidditch teams in the ''Literature/HarryPotter'' books. Both [[TheHero Harry's]] girlfriends Cho Chang and Ginny Weasley played the same position as him, although Ginny only substituted for him in one game, [[TyrantTakesTheHelm and that substitution was because of Umbridge's hostile takeover of Hogwarts]]. It's worth noting that there are no girls playing for Slytherin and Hufflepuff, the two teams shown with the ComedicSociopathy that characterized the strip, moved her into more JerkJock territory occasionally, but at heart she was players than the others.
* In the ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'' novelisations, the (all female) gymnastics team are said to be popular and nice as well.
* Julie Sims in ''Literature/SixteenThirtyTwo''. She is also
a [[DumbJock dim but loyal tomboy]] harboring a crush on Charlie Brown.[[FriendlySniper deadly jock]].



[[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
* Wrestling/MichelleMcCool in her face persona was created around this trope, with the announcers talking up her athletic ability and vignettes also promoting it.
* Wrestling/{{Naomi}} Knight from NXT season 3 is another example. The other girls were mostly talked up as being in fitness and power lifting but Naomi came from a dancing and basketball background and her athletic prowess was always referenced.

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* Wrestling/MichelleMcCool ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'': Buffy herself might count, as she was a cheerleader in her face persona was created around this trope, with last school and she attempts to join them again. Back in her old school she just appeared to be a bit ditzy as opposed to actually mean.
* In ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'' Valerie joins
the announcers talking up her athletic ability second string cheerleader squad.
* Kelly
and vignettes Lisa were on the cheerleading squad in ''Series/SavedByTheBell''. Jessie also promoting it.
* Wrestling/{{Naomi}} Knight from NXT season 3 is another example.
joins as well. The other girls were mostly talked up as being in fitness and power lifting but Naomi came from a dancing and basketball background and her athletic prowess was always referenced.are also said to play volleyball.



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* Wrestling/MichelleMcCool in her face persona was created around this trope, with the announcers talking up her athletic ability and vignettes also promoting it.
* Wrestling/{{Naomi}} Knight from NXT season 3 is another example. The other girls were mostly talked up as being in fitness and power lifting but Naomi came from a dancing and basketball background and her athletic prowess was always referenced.
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* Rainbow Dash from ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' is [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold somewhat rude and insensitive]], but [[UndyingLoyalty will always stay true to her friends]]. Unlike most female examples, she's not a cheerleader, but a racer. Not to mention she is [[FriendToAllChildren very good with children]], especially Scootaloo.
** In Equestria Girls, she is a soccer player though.
*** Not just soccer, she is explicitly stated to be [[PassionateSportsGirl the captain of every sports team]] at Canterlot High.
** She has an interest in sports outside of racing in the main series, if a few episodes are to be believed making her a good example of this trope.

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* Rainbow Dash from ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' is [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold somewhat rude and insensitive]], but [[UndyingLoyalty will always stay true to her friends]]. Unlike most female examples, she's not a cheerleader, but a racer. Not to mention she is [[FriendToAllChildren very good with children]], especially Scootaloo.
** In Equestria Girls, she is a soccer player though.
*** Not just soccer, she is explicitly stated to be [[PassionateSportsGirl the captain of every sports team]] at Canterlot High.
**
Scootaloo. She has an interest in sports outside of racing in the main series, racing, if a few episodes are to be believed believed, making her a good example of this trope.



* On ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama,'' Sky makes some questionable choices, but is never malicious, always dedicated to teamwork and despises cheaters.

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* On ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama,'' ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'', Sky makes some questionable choices, but is never malicious, always dedicated to teamwork and despises cheaters.



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