Blaze joined the team in the second half of the first series. She was an aggressive and passionate sportswoman both inside and outside of the Gladiator Arena. She won the 1990 Miss Natural International Bodybuilding Championship.
Former cheerleader Dallas applied to be a Contender in Los Angeles where she impressed the Producers and was asked to be a Gladiator instead. Her first year on the show was as an alternate before returning to the show as a fully fledged Gladiator. Dallas also competed in the Orlando Live shows. Her most memorable was going head-to-head against Zap in the Alumni special.
German born Diamond started her Gladiator career in the second series becoming a firm favourite amongst the crowd. A true sportswoman, Diamond always gave 100% in the Arena, especially in her signature event Breakthrough & Conquer. Her aggressive attitude would often get her in trouble with the referees.
Elektra, briefly known as Shadow, joined the Gladiator ranks for the Live Tour where she proved to be an asset to the team. She was then invited to continue her Gladiator career on TV. Elektra who speaks English, Spanish, French, Italian and German also knew sign language and would often help fellow Gladiator Siren.
One of the world's top female bodybuilders, Gold joined Gladiators in the second half of the first season and stayed with the show for a further 2 seasons until an injury sidelined her. After leaving the show, Gold had her sights on an acting career and even made her own fitness and bodybuilding video called 'The Bicep Bombshell'.
Ice began her Gladiator career in the second season of the show. She excelled at Powerball and Human Cannonball. One of the most popular female Gladiators, Ice appeared in the TV show, Live Tour, the Orlando Live Shows and also comepeted in the International Gladiators. Nowadays she is trying her hand at professional Golf.