Created by stripper-turned-entrepreneur Honey Golightly in 2006, Babes Of Sin City mixed elements of wrestling, strip clubs, comedy, musicals, student theatre and improv to form a crazy and colourful product that was almost impossible to categorize - many would say that it was actually more a performance art piece than a wrestling promotion.

After a relatively successful first few years, BSC had a change of direction in 2009 when it tried to incorporate more actual wrestling content into its product, a move rumoured to be an attempt to get a TV deal. Unfortunately it did not work out at all well, with the extra costs proving too much to offset and eventually causing the company to close in late 2012.