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Women's Main Event is a 3D web comic by deviantARTist Terry-P. As the name implies, it's about a wrestling installation that's complied of only female wrestlers. But these aren't your average Divas, although some fit the role. Expect a Curb-Stomp Battle whenever a No Holds Barred Beat Down isn't taking place.

The main cast of WME thus far consists of:

Jayla Jordan: A girl with a dream hailing from Raleigh North Carolina, Jayla is a rookie wrestler breaking onto the scene at the ripe age of 18. She's an unorthodox high flyer who's moves were even able to put down the WME's resident badass on their first match. Unfortunately, her moment of glory was short-lived.


Amanda Armstrong: Coming from New York city, Amanda is an old school powerhouse who's basically responsible for making the WME what it is today. She was the very first champion of the WME, but she doesn't let that go to her head. Even after losing the title to her rival, she still walked out to the ring to congratulate the victor on a title well earned.

"Killer" Kelly Houston: One of the main heels in the WME, Kelly's hometown is none other than Houston, Texas. Kelly Houston is arrogant and not above smacking you when you're down in order to win. (Or, in some cases, smacking you when you're up just because she can.) Kelly's arrogance is well-seated though: she's never been defeated since she debuted. That changes when she challenges Jayla to a match and the rookie beats her. Word of God has yet to say if this "counts" as an official match, since it was something Kelly did on her own.


Feyonce Banks: The one and only true diva in the WME, Feyonce comes from Los Angeles, California. Despite her annoying attitude and bossy rudeness, Feyonce is actually a force to be reckoned with in the ring, using her powerful legs to her advantage.

Sai Nakano: A Tokyo native who acheived international stardom for her slightly sadistic ways of wreslting, Sai seems to favor submission moves that will slowly break her opponent down and ensure her victory. She's joined the WME to face off against the best of the best. Despite not having won the championship in the WME yet, she's won many titles back in Japan.

Ines Lanina: A third generation wreslter in the Lucha Libre style, Ines has a lot to fight for and lot to keep up with. Both her father and grandfather were top wreslters in Mexico. Ines' fun-loving and cheerful attitude has made her a fan favorite among the crowds.


This comic provides examples of:

  • Action Girl: Naturally!
    • Faux Action Girl: Feyonce is looking as if she could be this. We haven't actually SEEN her do anything yet, because Sai used Tenguu Breath on her and she got distracted with the purple spit all over her and ran from the match.
  • All-American Face: Courtesy of Amanda Armstrong. Her outfit colors are red, white, blue and marred with plenty of stars.
  • Alliterative Name: Amanda Armstrong, Jayla Jordan.
  • Art Evolution: Aside from just going from 2D to 3D, the 3D portion is better every scene as Terry-P gets more used to it.
  • Art Shift: Started out as a hand-drawn, digitally colored comic. Then shifted to the originally planned 3D comic, with all the girls getting make-overs in their design. Then the author tweaked their models a bit as he changed it from a page-by-page format to a "scene" format. Then he lost some files on his computer and is currently re-doing the girls models...again.
  • Bilingual Bonus: Sai Nakano has been shown yelling Japanese in a match, and Ines frequently inputs Spanish into normal conversation.
  • Butt-Monkey: Feyonce might evolve into this. Despite having some fans of her own, some people don't seem to take her seriously.
  • Cool Mask: Sai and Ines both sport these.
  • Face: Amanda, Jayla, and possibly Ines seem to be the "nice" girls in the group.
  • Finishing Move: All the girls have one, obviously.
  • Heel: Kelly, and Feyonce are the resident bad guys, the former more so than the latter as Feyonce is more of a Diva than anything.
  • Ms. Fanservice: All of the girls to some extent.

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