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These are the UK Gladiators from the 2008 revival.

The GladiatorsEdit

FemaleEdit

Gladiator name Career Real name
Amazon Series 4; Wembley 1996. Sharron Davies
Blaze Sheffield 1995. Eunice Huthart
Falcon Series 2-8; International Gladiators 1-2; Wembley 1994, 1996; Sheffield 1995. Bernadette Hunt
Flame Series 1; Wembley 1993; Legends 1. Kimbra LeAnne Standish
Fox Series 6-8; Royal Tournament 2; Springbok Challenge 2; MTN Gladiators Series 5. Tammy Baker
Gold Series 6; Springbok Challenge 2. Lize Van Der Walt
Jet Series 1-4; Wembley 1993, 1994, 1996, International Gladiators 1-2; Sheffield 1995; The Ashes 1. Diane Youdale
Laser Series 5; The Ashes 2; Springbok Challenge 1 (As South African Gladiator "Sheena"). Tina Andrew
Lightning Series 1-8; Wembley 1993, 1994, 1996; International Gladiators 1-2; Sheffield 1995; The Ashes 1-2; Springbok Challenge 1; Legends 1 & 2. Kim Betts
Nightshade Series 2-5; Wembley 1994, 1996; International Gladiators 1-2; Sheffield 1995; The Ashes 1. Judy Simpson
Panther Series 1-5; Wembley 1993, 1994, 1996; Sheffield 1995; International Gladiators 2; Legends 3. Helen O'Reilly
Phoenix Series 1; Wembley 1993. Sandy Young
Rebel Series 5-8; Wembley 1996, 1997: Springbok Challenge 1 (1997); Legends 1 & 3. Jennifer Stoute
Rio Series 5-8; Wembley 1996; Springbok Challenge 1 & 2. Jane Omorogbe
Rocket Series 6; Springbok Challenge 1; Royal Tournament 2; Legends 1 & 2. Pauline Richards
Scorpio Series 1-3; Wembley 1993, 1994; International Gladiators 1; Legends 2. Nikki Diamond
Siren Series 6-8; Springbok Challenge 2; Legends 2 & 3. Alison Paton
Vogue Series 4-8; Sheffield 1995; International Gladiators 2; The Ashes 1 & 2; Wembley 1996; Springbok Challenge 1 & 2; Legends 3. Suzanne Cox
Zodiac Series 2-5; Wembley 1993, 1994, 1996; International Gladiators 1 & 2; Sheffield 1995. Kate Staples

MaleEdit

Gladiator name Career Real name
Ace Series 5-8; Wembley 1996; The Ashes 2; Springbok Challenge 1 & 2; Legends 1 & 3. Warren Furman
Bullit Wembley 1993; Legends 2. Mike Harvey
Cobra Series 1-8; Wembley 1993, 1994, 1996; International Gladiators 1 & 2; Sheffield 1995; Springbok Challenge 2; Legends 2 & 3. Michael Willson
Diesel Series 7. Darren (Daz) Crawford
Hawk Series 1; Wembley 1993. Aleks Georgijev
Hunter Series 2-8; Wembley 1994, 1996; International Gladiators 1 & 2; Sheffield 1995; The Ashes 1 & 2; Royal Tournament 1 & 2; Springbok Challenge 1 & 2; Legends 1. James Crossley
Khan Series 6; Royal Tournament 2; Legends 3. Radosev Nekic
Raider Series 4; Sheffield 1995; International Gladiators 2. Carlton Headley
Rhino Series 4-8; Sheffield 1995; International Gladiators 2; The Ashes 1 & 2; Wembley 1996; Royal Tournament 1; Springbok Challenge 1 & 2. Mark Smith
Saracen Series 1-8; Wembley 1993, 1994, 1996; International Gladiators 1; Sheffield 1995; The Ashes 2; Springbok Challenge 1 & 2. Mike Lewis
Shadow Series 1-3; Wembley 1993, 1994; International Gladiators 1. Jefferson King
Trojan Series 2-5; Wembley 1993, 1994, 1996; International Gladiators 1 & 2; Sheffield 1995; Legends 1, 2 & 3. Mark Griffin
Vulcan Series 7; As part of Australian team - Ashes 1 & 2; International Gladiators 2. John Seru
Warrior Series 1-6; Wembley 1994, 1996; International Gladiators 1 & 2; Sheffield 1995; The Ashes 1; Royal Tournament 1. Michael Ahearne
Wolf Series 1-8; Wembley 1993, 1994, 1996; International Gladiators 1 & 2; Sheffield 1995; The Ashes 1 & 2; Royal Tournament 1; Springbok Challenge 1; Legends 1 & 2; Legends 3 and 2009 series (Member of New Gladiators team) Michael Van Wijk

An unseen UK Gladiator called Shark, real name Metin Hussein, was hired but never used in action. He was all set to be a new bad guy but for unknown reasons he was dropped just before the filming of the 1997 series. He was briefly featured in the background on the Gladiator Training Camp clips in Mauritus. He was replaced by Khan.

Cobra and Lightning were originally not on the 1992 team but were actually going to be contenders. It was decided that two more Gladiators would be needed and so both were added to the final team as reserves, However by show three of that series both were upgraded to full time members of the team. They both stayed with the show till the very end.

Laser, like Cobra and Lightning was originally going to be a contender, then a reserve Gladiator before being upgraded to full member of the team, replacing an injured Nightshade half way through the 1996 series.

Fox, a contender at the original 1993 Wembley live shows, joined the team as a reserve Gladiator four years later. Like Laser the series before, Fox was added to the team full time filling in for fellow new female Gladiator Gold, who had injured herself during training for the series.

Both Fox and Laser would later join the MTN South African Gladiators Team. Whilst Fox would keep her Gladiator name, Laser who competed in the first Springbok Challenge series was renamed "Sheena" she however never competed in a domestic series of MTN Gladiators.

GalleryEdit

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