I've previously written about my hope that one day women wrestlers could get corporate sponsors who would pay to have their logos placed on their minimal outfits. http://cpcommentary.blogspot.com/2007/06/look-who-weve-got-our-hanes-on-now.html The most obvious candidates for such corporate sponsorship would be those businesses that already incorporate their logos on products that would naturally be used lady wrestlers. Namely, wrestling shoes and wrestling outfits. And given the extraordinary sums that are paid to professional athletes and college teams (principally, U.S. football and basketball) for the exclusive right to provide footwear, the principal athletic footwear companies are well versed in this form of sponsorship.
Of course, there are numerous obstacles to ever realizing this hope, almost all of which arise from society's general views on women wrestling. So any sponsorship would need to start with women wearing one piece outfits, and the matches would need to conform to rules that would best prevent the competition from being labelled as catfighting, or as being considered degrading to women.
Although wrestling is, by definition, an individual sport, competition takes place between teams as well (such as at the high school and college level). Therefore, I would suggest that the league have four principal shoe sponsors -- Adidas, Asics, Nike and Puma -- and each would outfit a different team. Using these photos, one could imagine what a match between Team Nike and Team Adidas would look like.