WWE Superstars reimagined as kids attend a camp run by Mr. McMahon.

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Ashley Bornancin ...  John Cena / ... 10 episodes, 2016-2018
David Michael Brown ...  Triple H / ... 5 episodes, 2016
Aly Fainbarg Aly Fainbarg ...  Stephanie McMahon / ... 5 episodes, 2016
Vince McMahon ...  Vince McMahon 5 episodes, 2016
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WWE Superstars reimagined as kids attend a camp run by Mr. McMahon.

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English

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1 May 2016 (USA) See more »

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Despite WWE programming being TV-PG, Camp WWE is TV-MA See more »

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Spun-off from WWE Slam City (2014) See more »

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I really, really wanna go home now!
4 May 2016 | by kokkiekok75See all my reviews

The first episode of this "cartoon for adults", masterminded by Robot Chicken's Seth Green, was a bit of a letdown for me. There's some good, but also some bad. Sadly, the bad is the part that should matter most.

The good: Having the real voices for characters like Rick Flair, Sgt.Slaughter, and especially Vince ("A Bra? I can't wear this, probably") is a big plus. The animation itself is also quite nice: For the most part it's pretty clear to see who's who, even with the juniors, and the style fits with what this cartoon is trying to be.

The Bad: The episode itself came off pretty lackluster, not that funny, and nonsensical to me! Sure, it had 4 or 5 moments that mildly amused me, but at least twice that had me thinking "this is just plain stupid", most of those involving HHH and Stephanie... I think they completely missed the mark with the HHH-character.

Hope it picks up, because seriously; with the entire WWE-Universe to draw from, Seth&Co should be able to come up with some better jokes and story lines than this!


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