Jinkies! This movie was pretty odd. When I was a child, I was a huge fan of both Scooby-Doo and pro-wrestling. I just never thought of them being combine with each other. I really don't think, it mash well, together. I know, the movie was made for children, but it was a weird trip to see the Scooby-Doo gang hanging out with WWE wrestlers. For the most part, pro wrestling has always had that stigma of being too violence for the sake of entertainment. Because of this, pro-wrestling was somewhat censor from main stream media outlets, time and time, again. It wasn't until the 1980's, that pro-wrestling once again, appeal to main stream audiences because of Vince McMahon. Vince McMahon's company, WWF was able to pull this off, because it started to enhance its product, to appeal to children which led to more support of media outlets. It did this by cutting down the violence and language, and creating more cartoony type characters. I grew up with the Hulkamania era, and love every minute of it. Pro-Wrestling got so popular, that a cartoon show came out in 1987's call, Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling. In the 1990's, the life action cartoon friendly gimmick was losing its edge due to the audience wanting more adult theme type wrestling. Vince McMahon was once again, was call back to producing pro-wrestling as having an more adult-oriented programming content. It wasn't until 2008, that Vince McMahon turn his company around, yet again, by providing a safe friendly PG show, so that company can once again, get more support from media outlets and make more money. One such company that came to support, WWE is Warner Bros that wanted to make a cross over film with them. Scooby Doo was one of their most famous cartoon placement, and working with WWE, would be good for both of them. If you've seen anything Scooby-Doo-related movie, then you know how this movie works. It's a formula that has worked for the franchise. The movie starts off with uber fan boys, Shaggy (voiced by Matthew Lillard) and Scooby (voiced by Frank Welker) winning tickets to WrestleMania. They convince the entire Mystery Inc. gang to travel to WWE City in the Mystery Machine to enjoy the show. Soon, enough the trip quickly turns into another mystery as WWE City is being terrorize by an evil ghost-bear! With the help of WWE Superstars John Cena, Triple H, Sin Cara, Brodus Clay, AJ Lee, The Miz, Santino Marella and Kane. Scooby-Doo and WWE team up to solve the case before it is too late! First off, the voice acting from the WWE roster is pretty awful. I have to say, Triple H is the worst. It felt like he was just reading the lines, with little emotion. There was some fun wrestling cameos in the film that is worth looking for. For any wrestling fans. Look for the cameos of Jerry 'The King' Lawler, Sgt. Slaughter, Big Show, Alberto Del Rio Jimmy Hart and even owner Vince McMahon, himself. The other voice acting is alright, as I found trainer/former superstar Cookie (voiced by Charles S. Dutton) and Cookie's son Ruben (voiced by Bumper Johnson) interesting characters. The humor was pretty clever, even breaking the fourth wall, a bit. The movie even makes WWE city look like a theme park with all the puns. There is even some dialogue references that only a true WWE fan would know about. About the mystery of who the Ghost-Bear is, it's pretty clear, who it is, even if it doesn't really make any sense. While the exposition for this character is all fake, the film did do its research of the history of pro-wrestling for this. Indeed, there was a time where people would wrestle bears in the carny days. The movie also smartly hints at the conflict, it has with the World Wide Fund with the character of Bayard (Corey Burton) who believes that WWE City is hurting nature. This conflict come from the fact that WWE and WWF once share the same name. The animation is pretty good looking, but some of the characters don't look like their real life counterpart. The Miz cartoon looks nothing like the real Miz. Another problem with the film is how long the animation takes to be made. Most of the superstars gimmicks are so outdated now like Brodus Clay's Funkasaurus role, Kane's monster role and even Sin Cara who at the time of this release was fired from WWE. It was bit funny to see that Sin Cara was given a secondary role in this under John Cena, as in real life, he botch most of his moves causing injuries to himself, and others to the point, that WWE only use him in the low ranking card like a jobber. Another annoying thing is how much WWE branding is in this movie. You rarely see anything that isn't relate to the WWE. The movie makes WWE look good. Even some of the classic Scooby Doo jokes seem missing from this movie. The movie remind me a lot of 2000's Ready to Rumble with its plot clichés and tropes. The movie is easy to find. It really miss the mark, not having Undertaker in this film. His gimmick works great for this. Blu-Ray release of this film contains a couple of fun bonus things in addition to the feature film. There is a bonus episode call 'A Pup Named Scooby-Doo' titled 'Wrestle Maniacs' on the DVD that perfectly fits in with the wrestling theme. Pup named Scooby-Doo episode could have used some work. It's really gritty. Overall: I didn't get bored at the whole movie, even if its length is 80 minutes. This definitely not the last collaboration between Warner Bros. They are planning to mash-up another classic series "The Flintstones" in early 2015. I really don't know how that movie will work, but it will be interesting.