Cookie is the main antagonist of the Scooby-Doo franchise's 31st feature film Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery. He was a coach at WWE City's Rock Yard Training Facility, and is the uncle of Ruben.
He was portrayed by Charles S. Dutton.
Cookie is a middle-aged African American male with short black hair and a goatee. He is a little overweight. As the Ghost Bear, he is an enormous bear, with red glowing fur and yellow eyes. He has a skeletal face, sharpened teeth, and visible rib bones around his chest.
Cookie once started to wrestle to train to become a champion wrestler, but was permanently injured. He had to wear a brace and had no other option but to train others. He started to resent WWE, which turned to hatred over the years, and planned for revenge.
Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery
Cookie used the legend of the ghost bear to tarnish WrestleMania and steal the championship belt. He used Scooby-Doo as his pawn so that he was free to carry out his plan. He intended to live off the belt's gold and jewels. He was later taken away by the police.
- Assuming that "Cookie" is his nickname, his real name is never revealed.
- Cookie's leg brace is over his clothing when it would be more appropriate and realistic to be underneath (especially when there are more comfortable fitting ones out there in real-life), but having it always visible is better for the audience to not forget it's there.
- Being guests at the Rock Yard was apart of the video game dance prize, but when he offers to take the gang there, Scooby and Shaggy react excitedly as if they've forgot. They were either possibly absent-minded about it or just caught up in the excitement, but presumably they also told the rest of the gang and they don't mention it either or they were just letting him be polite. He also could've just been personally offering them a ride (in spite of the fact it was Sin Cara who drove them all).
- His appearance and role of a coach retired who retired from wrestling mirrors Doc Louis from Punch-Out!!, but unlike Doc who does not take it badly of not fighting anymore, Cookie resents his retirement and grows to hate the sport he used to love.