Pro wrestling has long been a part of my entertainment, as my tours of SmackDown! games across PlayStation systems can attest. Besides enjoying the standard male-dominant story modes, I also tried creating female wrestlers and making them "unisex" to participate in the story mode as protagonist and allies/enemies. Rumble Roses (2004) was the first mainstream game I saw with an all-female fed. The moves were well-done and the ladies looked sexy in their gimmick wear, both as faces and heels. My issue with the games was the strong cheesecake factor which helped sell them, not particularly fond of the mud wrestling or high heels.
There have been other all-female or fem-dominant wrestling franchises, though my familiarity with them is limited. I haven't seen Wanna Be the Strongest in the World in either its manga (2010) or anime (2013) forms.
What really caught my eye was artwork for the Wrestle Angels video games, turn-based like card battles but with a female pro wrestling theme. Not having played them and unfamiliar with Japanese text, I gathered that the classic series went from 1992 to 1996. A couple of new games were released in 2006 and 2008, including a number of returning characters with updated looks. This art by Homare is what I found appealing: women looking both tough and sexy without the cheesecake. There are over 100 characters in this franchise but the ones I seem to favor are the international crew. I'll leave you with a few of them in original 90s and later 2000s artwork...