‘The Simpsons’ May have Predicted The 2018 World Cup Final Way Back In 1997 (VIDEO)
At this point, we realize that ‘The Simpsons’ are wizards and have possibly predicted every big event since the dawn of time, and we’re now just catching on to it.
Predicting Donald Trump’s presidency and Fox being bought out by Disney is one thing, but accurately predicting the outcome of the men’s curling final in the Winter Olympics was just downright scary.
If their predictions stay on course, then that bodes well for fans of Team Mexico and Team Portugal. Way back in 1997, the popular TV show had an episode titled ‘The Cartridge Family,’ and the two teams that made it to the World Cup was Portugal and Mexico. It must be noted that it did not predict what year it happened, but with the way both teams are playing, it has a feel of being this year.
Let me find out the Simpson are gonna be right once again. Prediction of the 2018 World Cup final! pic.twitter.com/A7LuW32pzs
— Tony (@tonyortega771) June 17, 2018
yooo lowkey the simpsons predicted Mexico and Portugal in the final, have they ever been wrong about anything they predict?
— Reggie 🌐 (@ItzRegBro) June 26, 2018
The simpsons predicted that Mexico would make it to the World Cup final. I trust this outcome.
— 𝒥𝓊𝓁𝑒𝓈 🙄 (@xMmePresidentx) June 26, 2018
The Simpson’s predicted Mexico and Portugal to make it to the finals this world cup! Not saying it’s true but lets remember… pic.twitter.com/MrSVFtkK5M
— IvanM (@ivanmartinez631) June 26, 2018
Mexico and Portugal fans are wondering if they’re destined to reach this year’s World Cup final – because of a Simpsons episode from 1997.
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) June 26, 2018
Here’s the video proof:
h/t – Ladbible