Before we get into this video, I just wantto mention that these are cartoons that are not affiliated with the WWE but have featuredWWE wrestlers with their voices so no Camp WWE or Hulk Hogan’s Rock ‘n’ Wrestling.
With that all clear, here are “5 WWE Wrestlers Who Appeared In Cartoons”.
“Listen up maggots!” Sgt.
Slaughter becamethe first real-life personality to feature as a character in the animated series, G.
Joe: A Real American Hero.
The loud-mouthed American badass is described as the “toughestof all the Joes” and is depicted as having superhuman strength and endurance.
In fact,in one episode he was able to fend off dozens of Cobra troopers just by himself.
Slaughter’scharacter was first introduced in the episode, “Arise Serpentor Arise, Part 1”, and heserved as a drill instructor, just like he did in real-life…Fun-fact! His characterwas so popular that several Sgt.
Slaughter action figures were made and these figureswent on to become the most successful G.
Joe toy character.
The late great “Macho Man”, Randy Savage,made an appearance in an episode of Dexter’s Laboratory back in 1996 as the muscular, teal-coloured…“Macho Man” called “Rasslor”.
Rasslor is an intergalactic wrestler with godlikestrength, who would travel from planet to planet challenging the most powerful fighters.
In the episode, “Dial M for Monkey: Rasslor”, Rasslor arrives at Earth and challenges allof Earth’s superheroes, the Justice Friends, in a contest of “strength and skill” andif no-one can beat him in a wrestling match, he will destroy Earth.
Rassler defeats allof the superheroes until Monkey is left.
After putting up a fight, Monkey is defeated, however,does not give up despite getting beaten all the time.
Rassler admires Monkey’s tenacityand so decides to spare Earth.
The episode ends with Rasslor shouting, “Oh Yeahhhhh!”the famous catchphrase that we all loved hearing the Macho Man say.
The Rattlesnake, Stone Cold Steve Austin madean appearance in the animated series, Dilbert which ran for only two seasons from 1999 to2000.
In the episode, titled “The Delivery” Austin is a judge presiding over a court hearing…you can already sense where this will end up as we already witnessed Austin as a doctor.
In the episode, Dilbert gets pregnant with the child of a cow, a hillbilly, Robot DNA,17 engineers, an elderly billionaire and an alien… rather f*cked up I know… and eachtry to claim custody of the child.
After Austin is introduced as the judge by a news reporter,he makes his way to the courtroom and delivers a stunner to the news reporter and does hisusual trademark things like drinking cans of beer and sticking up his middle fingers.
It is a pretty funny watch, if you haven’t seen it already.
The Nature Boy, Ric Flair guest starred ina 2011 episode of the adult animated Family Guy spin-off, The Cleveland Show.
The episode,called “BFFs” saw Cleveland take his friends on a camping trip in an effort to bond withthem.
The camping trip is hosted by none other than The Nature Boy, Ric Flair, who yellshis signature catchphrase, “Wooooo!” in pretty much every segment he is involved in.
It is just so hilarious to watch, especially when Flair incorporates his catchphrase withthe word, “Canoe” when he says “Now put on your wigs and have fun in your Canooooooo!”It’s so funny, you will have to watch it yourself and see! The Hit Man, Bret Hart made a cameo appearancein an episode of the Simpsons back in 1997, called “The Old Man and the Lisa”.
Inthe episode, Mr.
Burns becomes bankrupt and asks for Lisa to help him become rich again.
Bret Hart purchases Mr Burns’ mansion and complains that the place smells like “oldman’s stink”.
He then calls Mr Burns “a pitiful, pencil-neck geek!” Hart was veryinsistent that his character would wear his trademark pink wrestling attire in the episode.
Hart said, “It’s so cool to be a part of a show that makes people laughreally, really hard.