- Fourth-Wall Mail Slot/The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You: She appears in the VGCW forums as a Sock Puppet account to interact with the users.
A homicide detective who has a past history with Carmen Sandiego.
- Clueless Detective: Carmen even (somewhat justifiably) calls him this.
- Running Gag: "BUT I DON'T WORK HERE, PAL!"
Jessie's partner-in-crime in Team Rocket, James became her ringside manager after she got in a disagreement with then-GM Carmen Sandiego. However, after a massive losing streak, Jessie abandoned James as her manager, only for him to become Rinoa's manager. Jessie later rejoined the stable however, and it's been smooth sailing since.
Lakitu is the VGCW's often-drunken cameraman for the VGCW matches. Lakita is his Female Division counterpart.
- Camera Screw: No thanks to Lakitu's inability to keep track of the action due to his alcoholism.
- Distaff Counterpart: Lakita, the camerawoman to the WVGCW who shares Lakitu's drinking problem. May or may not be Lakitu simply wearing a pink bow.
- Author Avatar: of series creator "Bazza".
- Deadpan Snarker
- The Faceless: Not with the in-game Bazza but the real "Bazza". The first time fans got to see him in-person was in a YouTube video of him playing the Cup Song. Although we don't see his face, the video revealed that he's a bit muscular and has a tribal-style tattoo on his right shoulder.
- Goes even farther with this classy photo of him with his girlfriend "Cammy"; their faces are cut-off from the picture!
- The Grinch: He hates Christmas and tried to ruin it by defeating Santa Claus before being stopped by Jesus.
- No Name Given: The real "Bazza" has not revealed his real name.
- Put on a Bus: Was taken out of the series rather early due to the real Bazza's dislike of self-insertion in fiction.
- He left again at End Game 9, and considering Bazza later retired from producing VGCW, likely for the last time.
- The Bus Came Back: Only in some Time Travel-related plot, where he met Future!Snake and Future!Little Mac.
- He also came back on the 2013 Christmas special on a one-day leave from prison, proceeding to whoop Gaben's ass.
- And came back again in season 9 to help sort out the VGCW after Nightmare Gabe showed up.
The creator and former General Manager of the fully spun-off Female Division, and the in-game identity of Canadian VGCW Promoted Fanboy, "BRYN4444", who also created the VGCW Wiki and the official standings doc.
- Author Avatar: of Canadian VGCW superfan Bryan G. (a.k.a. "BRYN4444")
- My Nayme Is: "Bryn" is pronounced the same as his real life counterpart's given name.
- Or not, as he referred to himself as "Brin" (not Bryan) in the video announcing VGCW: Female Division's unexpected hiatus.
- Put on a Bus: The real reason why Carmen took over was so that Bryn can stop using a self-insert, much like Bazza.
- The Wiki Rule: He created it!
The announcer's table who gets tortured by her job and its perverted fans. She is likened to a college student just making ends meet behind the kayfabe, and almost always getting caught in the violence between the male and female wrestlers, or the disgusting remarks of the announcers.
- Breather Episode: For Table-san, it was the 17 July 2013 season-opening episode of the Female Division in which nobody stripped her.
- Depending on the night, a lot of episodes may be this.
- Moe Anthropomorphism: This◊ Fan-Art drawing of her. Someone has suggested that this interpretation of Table-san should be part of the Female Division. It hasn't happened yet, but she has appeared as a human being in the non-canonical VGCW At Home.
- Our Nudity Is Different: For some odd reason, the chat finds it disgusting whenever this table's cover is taken off.
- Phrase Catcher: The chat shouts "(HOW) LEWD" whenever Table-san's cover gets torn off by a wrestler.
- Shameful Strip: Gets this from the other wrestlers often, unfortunately.
The interviewer for the WVGCW.
- Known Only by Their Nickname: Lampshaded by Cate Archer:"You must be a modest person to not mention your name."
They are the organization's security who are known to have let some people slip in Royal Rumbles, namely Jey Uso and a "Badman" Vegeta cosplayer. They usually assist WVGCW's management, though they've taken a backseat in recent seasons.
- The Bus Came Back: Security Guard B returned briefly at Splat Wres to enjoy low-poly food with Marie.
- Odd Friendship: Security Guard B and Bryn McMahon get along great, to the point of Ship Tease. This ended when B betrayed him for Carmen.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: No one ever brings up their real names. B later claims he's "Crew 2" now.
A mysterious creature that invaded VGCW while they were at the beach for Season 11. Not much is known about it other than that whenever it shows up, all sorts of crazy shenanigans ensue, from wrestlers getting their clothes swapped, changing the environment, giving wrestlers big heads, and many, many more.
- Eldritch Abomination: GameShark possesses no physical form, instead choosing to just hijack the matches and occasionally the wrestlers themselves; the closest it's come to having a true form was during End Game X1 where the symbol for the cheat device appeared to face off against Segata Sanshiro. It also seemingly has no motivation whatsoever and only shows up to wreak havoc on nearly every match the show has since it's showed up. The only matches it doesn't seem to affect are title matches or matches that Sho is in.
- Hilarity Ensues: Good lord, does it. It's led to things as mundane as every wrestler being given silly hats to absolutely nuts things like completely changing the game the show is played in.
- Sealed Evil in a Duel: Its ultimate fate, currently with Segata Sanshiro.
One half of The Usos, Jey was mistakenly added to a Royal Rumble as one of the first two wrestlers of the match, and has become very popular within the VGCW universe ever since. He went against M. Bison alone on 28 January 2013 in a "VGCW vs. WWE" match (the sixth such match in the series and the last "VGCW vs. WWE" match involving male wrestlers in WWE '13) and lost.
- Throw It In!: Considering that the mistake was done at the beginning of the Royal Rumble, Bazza decided not to restart the match as Jey would be eliminated very early on.
OthersOrganized in order of first appearance.
- John Cena
- Participated in a Royal Rumble on 19 November 2012 via chat request, mainly as a joke. Has never participated in a "VGCW vs. WWE" match, but has made an impact in VGCW itself. Cena's entrance theme, "My Time is Now", was used by JonTron as a lead-in for his intro, one of his rap songs, "Bad Bad Man", is the theme song for "The Badman" Vegeta, and has influenced a lot of Lucina's chat gimmicks, like "RISE ABOVE FATE", and the dueling Crowd Chants "LET'S GO CINA" / "CINA SUCKS". She even uses the Five Knuckle Shuffle as one of her signatures!
- The Undertaker
- First "VGCW vs. WWE" match. Won against Solid Snake on 9 December 2012.
- Second "VGCW vs. WWE" match. Won against Vegeta on 12 December 2012.
- Team Hell No (Kane and Daniel Bryan)
- CM Punk
- First "VGCW vs. WWE" match of 2013 and fourth such match overall. Lost against Mike Haggar on New Year's Day 2013, tying up the series 2-2.
- Shawn Michaels
- Fifth "VGCW vs. WWE" match. Lost against Captain Falcon on 13 January 2013, causing VGCW to gain the lead in the series.
- Seventh "VGCW vs. WWE" match and first Diva match in the series. Lost against Android 18 on 6 June 2013.
- AJ Lee
- Eighth "VGCW vs. WWE" match. Fittingly fought against Kitana on 8 August 2013 in a Hell in a Cell match gone wrong, resulting in a rematch without the cell at half-health. Lee won to give the WWE its first Diva win in the series. Since the match, Kitana became inspired by Lee, cosplaying as her in the 2013 Female Division Halloween Episode, then deciding to maintain Lee's influence in her later wrestling appearances by keeping the style and even changing her entrance theme to "Let's Light it Up" (AJ Lee's fourth theme). AJ Lee returned for a rematch against Kitana on 10 April 2014 for the fifteenth "VGCW vs. WWE", and lost 2-0 in a 2/3 Falls Hell in a Cell Match, putting the score 8-7 in favor of VGCW.
- Beth Phoenix
- Ninth "VGCW vs. WWE" match. Lost against Android 18 on 25 September 2013, with 18 becoming not only the first wrestler to fight in more than one "VGCW vs. WWE" match, but also the only two-time winner in the series so far.
- Tenth "VGCW vs. WWE" match and last such match in WWE '13. Won against Franziska von Karma on 4 October 2013.
- Zack Ryder
- Eleventh "VGCW vs. WWE" match, which was also the first male "VGCW vs. WWE" match in almost a year, the first such match in WWE 2K14, and the last "VGCW vs. WWE" match in 2013. Won against Gary Oak on 3 December 2013. As a result, the current score in the "VGCW vs. WWE" series stands at 6-5 in favour of VGCW.
- Bray Wyatt
- Twelveth "VGCW vs. WWE" match. Bray was a CAW with his likeness and moveset due to him not being in WWE 2K14. Won against Luigi on 11 March 2014, tying things up at 6-6.
- Summer Rae
- Thirteenth "VGCW vs. WWE" match. Won against Shantae 2-0 in a 2/3 Falls Match at Breakdown 2/3, giving WWE the lead, 7-6. This would be WWE's last win for quite some time.
- Brock Lesnar
- Fourteenth "VGCW vs. WWE" match. Lost against Phoenix Wright on 8 April 2014, two days after Lesnar broke The Undertaker's Streak. Phoenix's victory both tied things up at 7-7, and allowed Phoenix's singles unbeaten streak to continue at 9 wins.
- The Bella Twins (Brie & Nikki Bella)
- Sixteenth "VGCW vs. WWE" match, and the second tag team match between them. Lost against Mad Gear on 4 July 2014 at Breakdown IV: Executive Order, extending VGCW's lead to 9-7.
- Hulk Hogan
- Seventeenth "VGCW vs. WWE" match. Lost against Guile on 18 November 2014 to let VGCW go even further ahead to 10-7.
- Natalya (w/ Tyson Kidd)
- Eighteenth "VGCW vs. WWE" match. Lost against Rinoa Heartilly (w/ Jessie) on 2 January 2015 at Breakdown F.I.V.E. to extend VGCW's lead to 11-7.
- Hideo Itami
- Nineteenth "VGCW vs. WWE" match. Lost against Illidan Stormrage on 20 January 2015 to give VGCW another victory and extend the score 12-7 to VGCW.
- Roman Reigns
- Twentieth "VGCW vs. WWE" match. Lost against Zangief on 17 February 2015 at End Game 9, increasing VGCW's score over WWE to 13-7.
- Twenty-First "VGCW vs. WWE" match. Squashed by Videl on 21 May 2015 at the Money in the Bank PPV, pushing the score to 14-7 to VGCW.
- Sasha Banks
- Twenty-Second "VGCW vs. WWE" match. Lost against The Boss on 28 July 2015 at Breakdown 06, extending the current score to 15-7 in VGCW's favor.
- Ron Burgundy
- Jesus Christ
- Appeared on the 23 December 2012 Christmas Episode as he successfully fought against Baz McMahon to avenge Santa Claus below and save Christmas. His commentary name for the episode was "Savior" and his theme was "Awesome God" by Carman. He returned for the 2013 Christmas Episode on Christmas Eve to face Gaben, but lost to the GM. In that episode, Jesus maintained "Savior" as his commentary name (thus making that match, "Savior" versus "Savior"), but also gained "The Garden of Eden" as his billing and "Christian God" as his announcer name. He is the only special guest to appear more than once.
- Santa Claus
- Mega Ran
- Appeared in the debut episode of Season 5 on 11 July 2013 where he started the episode performing his song "Grow Up" before being interrupted by Dan Hibiki. As Barret Wallace (whose theme song was made by Mega Ran) came to the rapper's defense, Gabe Newell came out to show his authority as the new GM and made Dan and Barret fight the last match of the night, with Mega Ran as the Special Guest Referee. Although Mega Ran was more for Barret, he gave the upset victory to Dan after the two wrestlers got into a roll-up. Mega Ran's announcer name for the episode was "Mega Ram".
- Mike Tyson
- Fought against Little Mac in a Last Man Standing match with Mario as the special referee on 22 November 2012, just like in Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! He bested Mac in that match, but it does not count towards any record in the "VGCW vs. WWE" series, which started on 9 December 2013 with The Undertaker versus Solid Snake. Tyson appeared in his classic D-Generation X style and had the stable's theme as his entrance theme. His actual name was his announcer name and his surname was his commentary name.