It Came From YouTube: The Jetsons & WWE Robo-Wrestlemania trailer

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Crapper Paul S. writes:

WWE’s animated films continue to get more bizarre. Really why are Hanna-Barbera’s non-Scooby Doo characters only showing up in WWE projects.

On the plus side this plot set-up actually feels more like a movie than “Stone-Age Smackdown” which felt more like a cute idea for a Wrestling themed episode painfully stretched out to feature length.

Well, it has to be better than that terrible Jetsons movie from 1990..

….Right?

Or at least better than the Jetsons Meet The Flintstones?

(Insert lame Crash Holly/Elroy Jetson joke here).

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16 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: The Jetsons & WWE Robo-Wrestlemania trailer"
  1. Paul Sebert says:

    I duhno… 1990’s Jetsons movie at least *looked* nice…

  2. Paolo says:

    They got Alicia Fox for some reason. I suppose the people from Futurelandia took Cameron’s “Melina vs Alicia Fox is the greatest match ever” quip seriously

  3. Sean O says:

    I don’t know where to begin…

    -Big Show is the villain
    -Alicia Fox is one of the main characters in this…
    -Seth, Roman, no Dean
    -Astro sounds just like Scooby-Doo
    -George quoting the Rock
    -And is that RoboDolph Ziggler!?

    ………………To Quote Jontron, Well that’s enough life for me for one day.

  4. John C says:

    WWE Animated Films would like to announce that no Robo-Lindas were harmed in the production of this film.

    Even in animated form shouldn’t this count towards The Big Show’s 1,125,789 official heel turn?

    • Paul Sebert says:

      What I like is that he actually seems to pull a turn in the trailer from “loveable goofy stranger in a strange land” to “cape-wearing supervillain…”

  5. AK says:

    I don’t know why they didn’t make Vince the villain.

    For starters, I could totally see him freezing himself so he can be unfrozen for the future.

    Then he is thawed out, he sees what happened to his WWE and basically starts a new invasion angle bringing in the WWE roster of a hundred years ago..or of the present I guess.

    That or he just did what he use to do. Start up his own promotion, take it globally and then buy out all the talent of the other feds.

  6. Gerard says:

    why is the wwe trying to do crossovers with just about every popular cartoon franchise??? who next alvin and the chipmunks?? the smurfs?? how about charlie brown & snoopy!! if the tv deal with usa ever expires the wwe came move raw/smackdown to the cartoon network

  7. Tom Hastings says:

    This is crying out for a MST3K treatment if ever anything was. As cheesy as it looks it still has a weird fascination. But I would love to see a WWE/Scooby-Doo crossover with Iron Sheik as one of the characters. Imagine the possibilities…

  8. Jimbolian says:

    History lesson kiddies, so take a seat:

    I love the irony behind all this WWE and Hanna Barbera cartoon crossovers, why? Back in the 90’s, Billionaire Ted Turner owned the Hanna Barbera intellectual properties (Scooby Doo, Flintstones, Yogi Bear, etc.) all while his WCW company was trying to destroy WWF in the ratings war. Of course WWE prevailed and Turner’s empire was taken over by Time Warner (Hanna Barbera is now under the Warner Bros. umbrella).

    Fast forward to today and it’s just kind of surreal to see Vince McMahon prancing Bedrock with Fred Flintstone when this would have been impossible before.

  9. Aaron says:

    I’ll give credit where it’s due… it looks a lot more tolerable than the Flintstones one, lol. Namely because there’s only so many rock-related puns you can stand in an hour long film. 😛

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