When Super Smash Bros. and WWE collide, things get very weird

Have you ever wondered what it would look like if more humanoid versions of Sonic the Hedgehog, Pikachu and Pac-Man tried to punch each other out in a wrestling ring?

YouTube user "madagascarsan" got creative with WWE's Create a Wrestler feature, recreating characters from the upcoming Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS. The video above starts off alright with a decently normal-looking version of Mario...followed by a stick-legged and stretched out Sonic, a hulking Animal Crossing Villager, disturbing alien-like Pikmin that resemble young women wearing zentais, a Pikachu and Greninja with muscles popping out in all the wrong places... The parade of horrors goes on.

"Madagascarsan" even recreated a shorter version of the Pac-Man announcement trailer from E3 last month — albeit with a yellow-skinned floating severed head. He also made a standalone video aping the Little Mac character reveal,which can be watched below.

Super Smash Bros. will launch for 3DS on Oct. 3, with the Wii U version coming this winter. As for the WWE edition, we're not entirely sure we can handle any more.

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