Welcome to TV Tropes, where all the cool people hide/ We're the number 1 resource for everything worldwide/ It'll ruin your life and crush your dreams and wishes/ Yes TV Tropes is Wrestlicious.Wrestlicious is an American television show produced by Jimmy Hart and Lottery winner Jonathan Vargas who funded the show with his winnings. It's an all-women's wrestling show and it is purely So Bad, It's Good. It is a show of over the top gimmicks (who each get introduced with a catchy little rap like the one above), pink ring ropes, cheesy segments and a commentator that let looses a Hurricane of Puns in every match (while sounding eerily like Stan Lee). And yet, it features some of the top women wrestlers in North America including many of SHIMMER stars. Its flagship show is Take Down.The entire show can be summed up in this video.
Dumb Blonde: The "Are You Smarter Than A Male Wrestler" segment which had the girls going up against a dumb blond male.
Everything's Better with Princesses: Maui is apparently an Island Princess and Autumn Frost is the Ice Princess because of course their characters wouldn't be complete without the title.
Face-Heel Turn: Kandi Kisses on the first episode when it was revealed she was lipsynching during her performance.
Fanservice: The "Wrestlicious Spotlight" segment which was 30 seconds of one of the girls on the beach in a bikini.
Faux Action Girl: A handful of the girls who were trained for the show but didn't get into the ring that much. Maui is probably the biggest example. Her opening rap says "I pack punch like molten lava" and she is defeated by Toni the Top in under a minute.
Boot Camp Bailey qualifies as well. She is a Drill Sergeant Nasty but played by a model so she's never shown actually training the girls herself.
Aziza appears ready to compete in a match but it gets changed and she's never seen again.
Up to Eleven: Daizee Haze (Marley) and Lorelei Lee (Tyler Texas) have their normal gimmicks cranked up with Marley practising yoga in the ring and getting help from her "spirit guide" while Tyler Texas strums a big pink guitar down to the ring and says "yee-haw" before nearly every move.
What Happened to the Mouse?: A promo hyping up the debut of The Bristols (played by The Blossom Twins) aired on one of the later episodes but the characters never appeared again.
Where Da White Women At?: Black owner JV Rich is never seen without a bikini-clad woman, and each woman he's seen with is white.
World of Action Girls: Well, some of them are models or such with no wrestling training but even they have a segment dedicated to getting them that training.
World of Pun: Not just puns on the title either, commentary is an especially copious source of it