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The purpose of Botchamania is to collect botches and screw-ups to make them more Narm than normal. Considering this page, it was inevitable.

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    Botchamania 1–10 
  • #5: Sandman's drunken attempt to do a promo for's XMV (full promo here, Botchamania here)
  • #8: The now-legendary definition of a "windjammer":
    Al: Can I ask you a question first of all?
    Lance: Go right ahead.
    Al: You know the definition of a windjammer?
    Lance: No I really don't—
    Al: It's the agonizing screams of a trapped turd.
    (Beat, followed by raucous laughter)
    Lance: ...shit!

    Botchamania 11–20 
  • #11:
    • Dave "The Redneck" Schultz's misadventures in San Francisco:
    Schultz: Last time I was in San Francisco, I went downtown lookin' for a woman. You know what I'm saying?! I wanted a woman! I couldn't find a woman! (Mean Gene, conducting the interview, corpses) I found a lot of men that LOOKED LIKE women! (camera zooms in Schultz's face as Gene turns away) Now YOU, Hulk Hogan, you belong in San Francisco—What's wrong with you, Gene?!—I'm tellin' it like it is, baby! You belong in San Francisco; that's your kind of place, that's your kind of people, because you've never had a woman, baby!
    • Also, Sid Vicious says the following with an entirely straight face:
      Sid Vicious: You know and I know that you are only half the man that I am! And I have half the brain that you do!
  • #15:
    • The Rock appears to be suffering from a bout of laryngitis, much to Mankind's amusement.
    • The Rock loses his glasses. And then Mankind retrieves them for him.
    The Rock: The Rock thanks you for that.
  • #18: The Rock + Coach + Broken Microphone = Hilarious.
  • #20:
    • Roddy Piper dropping an F-Bomb and Gene Okerlund's reaction.
    • "Hower Power". Period.
    • A Japanese wrestler (Milano Collection A.T.) has technical difficulties:
      Wrestler: Oi! (mic isn't functioning properly, starts tinkering with it)
      (Audience laughs)
      Wrestler: (to someone in the crowd) <HEY! STFU>
    • Lex Luger goes berserk.
    Lex Luger: I'm pissed, now!

    Botchamania 21–30 

    Botchamania 31–40 

    Botchamania 41–50 
  • #44:
  • #45:
    • After his match with Triple H at One Night Stand: Extreme Rules (the one that injured his collarbone), a legitimately angry Randy Orton tells off a booing crowd.
    • Mick Foley offers up this gem during a TLC match
      "They're sliding in not one but two Tables ladders".
    • JR calls Umaga's spinning sideslam to Jeff Hardy a Black Hole Slam, while technically not wrong it looks rather awkward considering the implications.
  • #46: Million Dollar Mania, Rickrolling and all.
  • #47:
    • Gene Okerlund vs. Alfred Hayes. Who will corpse first?
    • The "UnderCasket". If you thought Paul Bearer was funny when he wasn't flubbing his lines...
  • #50: Rottweilers Gone Wild.

    Botchamania 51–60 
  • #51:
  • #52: "He got a BICYCLE!!! He got a BICYCLE from somebody, who would be ridin' a bicycle in this arena?![...]Speakin' of gibberish, Bubba went over and got him a bicycle, I don't know where the kid is that was a-ridin' it, but he ain't on it when he brought it to the ring!"
  • #58:
    • Randy Savage singing along with The Village People (no points for guessing which song).
    • "CHYYYIIIPS!!!"
  • #59:
  • #60: The video is dedicated to the infamously awful Heroes of Wrestling PPV. Highlights include:
    • Dutch Mantell's commentary is joined by Randy Rosenbloom, who was allegedly brought on at a last-second replacement for a no-show and knew nothing about wrestling. Hilarity Ensues as he (among many other flubs) calls a dropkick a "flying leg kick".
    • The infamous "You wanna play 21? I got 22." promo from a highly intoxicated Jake Roberts.
    • Jake Roberts titillates the audience by playing with his, erm, snake.

    Botchamania 61–70 
  • #61: One of the most iconic scenes in the series involves Road Warrior Hawk walking in on Vader's promo accidentally.
  • #63: John Cena seems to be just a wee bit too excited about tag-teaming with Trish Stratus...
  • #64:
    • WCW hammering the final nail into their coffin with that remark.
    • Also some more calls by 'the greatest commentator in the history of our sport'... cue Ric Flair, Lex Luthor and Willy Wonka.
  • #65:
    • Maffew goes overboard pointing out the error in "the tenth annual Starrcade '92".
    • Pat Patterson walking in on The Rock's promo.
    • Hey Flair, watch out for that- (clunk)
    • Set redesigns. Gotta love 'em.
  • #66: Bobby Heenan hates this place.
  • #67: Announcing a match between Chris Jericho & Jeff Hardy.
    Stephanie McMahon: Furthermore these superstars will be in action against each other. You will see Triple H...Well, I pulled an Adamle.
  • #68:
  • #69:
    • Jim Cornette's Dusty Rhodes impersonation. Also, the origin of the Cornette Face (though the classic use would originate in BM 84).
    • A wrestler doing a promo keeps getting distracted by a sign behind him falling, so they solve the problem by having someone hold up the sign. The wrestler asks, "Have you been on camera, brother?" The man responds, "I've been on too many times." Turns out the guy is a pedophile that was caught in a local To Catch a Predator-style sting that got news coverage. For a split second, his image appears alongside that of Pedobear.

    Botchamania 71–80 
  • #71:
    • The Undertaker's bizarre facial expression during his WrestleMania 25 match. What's he thinking about, anyway?
    • War Games 95', featuring Lex Luger ... SELLING.
  • #72: How much does this guy weigh?
  • #73: Shawn Michaels' costume gets stuck to the ramp during his entrance.
  • #74:
    • The Slim Jim rap.
    • Note to all wrestlers: Always wear undertights. Because you never know.
  • 76: Do not botch your lines if you're an announcer and Raven is in the ring.
    announcer: And replacing Raven tonight, this is... CONCUSSION
    Raven takes mic away from the announcer after he somehow botches his line again
    Raven: 'MORON, he's replacing Sabu. I'm Raven, you JACKASS!''
  • #79:
  • #80: Madusa and Meng, the true bookends of the Monday Night Wars.

    Botchamania 81–90 

    Botchamania 91–100 
  • #91: Raven vs AJK. The winner: the table they tried to use in numerous spots that absolutely REFUSED to break.
    Audience: Let's go, table! *clapclapclapclapclap*
    Commentator: The fans cheering on the table... and why not? It's a survivor!
  • #92:
    • *sells like death*
    • *sells like super death*
    • The intro to that match deserves mention, despite it being barely audible.
    Mick Foley: What you are about to truly hideous.
    ''[Cuts to match with Sojo Bolt, Awesome Kong and Sharmell]
    The Iron Sheik: FAK! FAK! FAK! FAK! FAK!
  • #94: Kevin Nash tries his hand at commentating.
  • #96: A fan craps on Randy Orton's promo.
    Randy Orton: Unfortunately, something else is a part of me. Something that I have been living with for quite some time.
    Fan: HERPES!!!

    Botchamania 101–110 
  • #101: Gene Okerlund corpses. Again.
  • #103: Cactus Jack and Terry Funk face the wrath of the flying chairs.
    Joey Styles: Please do not throw the chairs into the ring! Stop the chairs!
  • #104:
  • Botchamania 109 opens with a high-energy intro to Survivor Series set against Guilty Gear music. In the middle of it all is a quick "Send For The Man" cutaway that goes against the tone so hard it's just hilarious.
    • The following exchange between a random fan and Jericho.
    Fan: Go back to Toronto!
    Jericho: I'm from Winnipeg you idiot!
    Dusty Rhodes: It's a toilet lid! He's got a toilet lid! Look, a pizza pan!
  • #110:

    Botchamania 111–120 
  • #112: Chris Jericho vs. Flying Glowsticks.
  • #114: "And now, TNA wrestling presents Genesis!"
    Or as it's known in Europe... Sega Megadrive.
  • #116:
    • A wrestler loses his pants, much to the commentators' amusement.
    Commentator: We just saw his weiner!
  • #120: Look out! Flying nWo t-shirt!

    Botchamania 121–130 

    Botchamania 131–140 
  • #131:
    • *cock-flip* *Yeah! Sell my cock!*
    • 12-year-old in the audience: "Fuck you!" Damn Cena fans...
    • The Dixieland Destroyer, proud graduate of the Raja Lion training camp
      • Surprise Buttsex splash!
    • Ian Rotten corpsing? SEND FOR THE MAN!
  • #132: Big Dick Dudley finally snaps and takes it all out on a young fan.
  • #133: ROH + Broken Microphones = Hilarious.
  • #135: Perhaps the most awesome use of this Full Metal Jacket line ever, when two wrestlers fall on each other in a... suggestive pose:
    You're the kinda guy who'd fuck a person in the ass and not even have the goddamn common courtesy to give him a reach-around. I'll be watching you!
  • #136:
    • A wrestler suplexes his opponent onto some light tubes Maffew decides to play the character of the referee who got a piece of glass in his eye.
    Ref: My eye Lawler, you SOB Lawler, my eye. Damn you Lawler.
  • #138:
    • The explanation of Eric Young's heel turn, cue Brother Ray face, cue stickman Cornette Face, horses (and one dolphin) leaping over a rainbow set to carnival music.
    • The legendary shooting star press that resulted in the wrestler landing chest-first on the same turnbuckle.
  • #139: Look out, Booker T! Flying bottle!
  • #140:

     Botchamania 141–150 
  • #141: The discovery that John Cena is in fact... Shane Douglas! Now cut the fucking music.
  • #143:
  • #144: An announcer botches Raven's entrance, and it's all downhill from there.
  • #145:
    • Hardcore Justice. We get a retrospective with Jesse Neal, Angelina Love etc. as talking heads. Jesse didn't think much of ECW at the time.
    • Lawsuitmania. Despite a strong start from Taz, Mike Tenay "wins".
    • Tommy Dreamer kisses his wife and kids who are in attendance. Also sitting in the front row: A Beyond the Mat DVD.
    • Sabu wrestles well, leading to the conclusion that he's either the reverse Samson (the less hair he has, the better he gets), or he botches botching. Just when you think you have all the answers, Sabu changes the questions.
    • "Lucus" enters. It's not Lupus. It's never Lupus.
    • Super-All American Face Kurt Angle v. Evil Foreign Texan Steve Austin.
  • #146:
    • 'And Kidman, bring your squack!'
    • The Sheik and a love letter
  • #147: The Japanese Table strikes again.
  • #149:
    • The return of the Impact Cardboard Zone. ("All we need now is Tom Baker.")
  • #150: The Botchamania Tribute Match, which included...
    • Blown spots!
    • Tables that would not break!
    • Insane Dusty Commentary! The guy who sent in the match, "Spike", went and grabbed a bicycle to use as a weapon; 1) he shouted "HE GOT A BICYCLE!", 2) the crowd started a Botchamania chant, and 3) the commentator ran down Dusty Rhodes's infamous commentary from that moment, right down to the lisp and inflections Dusty used.

     Botchamania 151–160 
  • #150:
    Mask Salesman: Don't tell's CZW...AGAIN...isn't it? (pissed-off face)
    • The first promo. It would have been funny even if it hadn't been botched.
  • #151: "Cattle Mutilation".
  • #152:
  • #153
    • Bret Hart gets his opponent in a sharpshooter and Earl Hebner almost counts it as a pin.
    • Fcuk This Compant.
    • While it's pretty dark humour, a match between two joshi provides a perfect demonstration of why wrestling has to be fake after an excessively stiff kick to the head results in one woman awkwardly trying to drag her fully unconscious opponent's dead-weight out of the corner in a futile attempt to carry on the match.
    • Sting gatecrashes a match ... or does he?
  • #155: What do you get when you take a Sabu match with blown spots and other botches and set it to to the theme of Andy Williams' "The Impossible Dream"? Hilarity.
  • This ending to Botchamania 156, which equates Cena to a certain Super Mario character...
  • #160: The very beginning, and repeating theme throughout of The Iron Sheik having a raging boner right before he put the camel clutch on Hulk Hogan.

     Botchamania 161–170 
  • #164:
    • "Damaged Goodsnote  corpsing?? SEND FOR THE MAN!"
    • Sting v. Hardy is funnier if you know the rest of the lyrics. Until a guy with a goatee got a touch of fear / Which went round the room like diarrhea
  • #165: Scott Steiner needs another drink.
  • #166:
    • "Hide my face! You have brought shame to the Tiger Mask name! And this is coming from Tiger Mask IV!"
    • One of the endings has audio clips of the announcer from NFL Blitz set to photos of wrestlers and the horrible angles they were involved in (the Montreal Screwjob, the Fingerpoke of Doom, the Shockmaster's entrance, etc.) Maffew inserts his own jokes about them, some of them straightforward (a sound byte of a player's name and the corresponding wrestler), some clever (a picture of Eddie Guerrero with the sound byte "Holmes!"), and some you can only catch if your pause finger is fast enough.
      • What sounds like "She-he" with a picture of Chyna: "Sorry, that joke was a bit obvious. I was only kidding, anyway. Besides, who or what else could I put here? Orlando Jordan? Goldust? Now that's just offensive!"
      • "Muhammad" with a picture of Muhammad Hassan: "I can't show the other one."
      • "Fat" with a picture of Samoa Joe: "Damn you, Scott Steiner promos! And your unintentional hilarity!"
      • "Should've stayed home today...hell, I should've stayed home..." with a picture of the Jeff Hardy vs. Sting title "match": "Oh, come on! Really?!"
      • Three uses of "What are they/was he thinking?" with the images of the Billy/Chuck Palumbo "wedding", Kurt Angle attacking Sharmell, and Vince McMahon trying to bring back the nWo for the umpteenth time, immediately followed by...
      • Three uses of "Why?!" with the images of Vince McMahon and Eric Bischoff shaking hands, Hornswoggle, and Michael Cole in succession.
  • #167: "I sat through two three-minute matches and Hornswoggle rapping, missed Danielson / Sheamus, and that's the WrestleMania main event?! "In response to the double count-out finish of the John Cena vs. The Miz match at WrestleMania XXVII (before the match restarted), the Cornette Medley, a collection of photoshopped Cornette Faces turning Jim Cornette into various people/characters such as Ryu, The Iron Sheik, RoboCop, Konata Izumi, Arachniman, Kamina, Ash Ketchum, and all three Faces of Foley (via Strange Minds Think Alike), among many others. Set to "Call on Me" (known to YTMNDers as the "X Never Changes Facial Expressions" song). Contributions lovingly came from 420chan's fabled /wooo/ board.
    • It also ends on a rather touching note, as the last image in the lineup is a mock-up of "Sweet 'n' Sour" Larry Sweeney, who committed suicide a short time before this Botchamania came out.
  • #170: Jim Ross calls Trish a bitch.
    Jerry Lawler: WHAT?!

     Botchamania 171–180 
  • #171: Diego "The Strangler" Corleone takes a tumble.
  • #172:
    • The "Muffler Incident". Nothing more needs to be said.
    • Robert Roode cuts a promo involving a knock knock joke on Matt Hardy and his mystery tag partner Chris Harris (who left TNA to go to WWE and was renamed Braden Walker).
  • #173:
    • Mean Gene Okerlund winds up mixing up the name of Daffney, a female wrestler, with Crowbar, a male wrestler.
    • Randy Savage, the gift that keeps on giving.
    • Vuvuzelas are the new airhorns.
    • CZW commentators should look behind them every once in a while.
  • #174: The Miz is ... AAWWWWWWFUUUUUL!!!
  • #175:
    • Tony Chimel announcing the, uh, "Woman's" Championship.
  • #176:
    • Drew Galloway starts a promo by saying, "Unlike Drew Galloway..." Whoever corrected him off-screen was clearly displeased.
    • Fans taunt King with a Burger King crown. And actually get it on his head!
    King: McMahon! I'm about to punch somebody's lights out right now!
  • #179:
    • "What are these doing here? Here we come, Botchamania."
    • Another Burger King reference. Jerry Lawler is not amused.
    • A CZW wrestler does Booker T.
    • Hey Mr. Anderson, watch out for that- (thud) ...microphone...
    • A.R. Fox deliberately makes mistakes to try and make us think he's human.

    Botchamania 181–190 
  • #181: It was a given that Maffew was going to add Triple H calling CM Punk a "skinny-fat ass". What was not expected was superimposing Scott Steiner yelling "FAT ASSES!" on Triple H's forehead.
  • #182: The New Age Outlaws mouth off.
  • #183: "He just left a skidmark on that boy!". For once, Michael Cole is speechless.
  • #184:
  • #185:
    • All of Booker T's commentary from the episode could count, but this little gem stands out:
    Booker T: Hip bone connected to the leg bone!
    Michael Cole: What?!
    • A CHIKARA wrestler kicks a man dressed in a bear suit in the head. The head turns 180 degrees. Hilarity Ensues.
  • #186: This CZW clip setup:
    Cornette Face: (superimposed on Conan O'Brien's Walker, Texas Ranger lever) Dear Maffew: Please stop using CZW clips. Sincerely, Cornette Face.
    (Conan pantomimes grabbing something and then punching it, sending the Cornette Face away. He then pulls the lever)
  • #187:
  • #188:
    • El Generico is not always making botch, but when he does, it's on Botchamania. Olé.
      • The CHIKARA Promotional Consideration bumper even plays the OLÉ-OLÉ-OLÉ song.
        Caption: El Generico: the only man to cross the U.S. border by impersonating a Mexican
    • Angle suddenly returns from his convalescence and buries Roode. Cyborg Smoke blows up the Cornette Face.
    No One Wins
    FATALITY this company
    • CHIKARA: Wrestling is looking like PWG]] again!
    • Mr. Anderson has finally had enough with the microphone bloopers.
      Mr. Anderson: AAAASSSHOOOOLLES!!!
    • INTOXICATED PIPER COMMENTARY (i.e. when he painted half of his body black at Wrestle Mania VI; heralded by "PINK ELEPHANTS ON PARADE")
    • More CZW clips?! NOOOOOOOO!!!
      Mick Foley: Ladies and gentlemen, what you are about to truly—
      SFX: Jeezus!
    • (Belch)
    • Abdullah (the Butcher) vs. Sabu (the Botcher)
    • The Ginyu Force is The Spirit Squad in the ending.
  • #189:
  • #190:
    • Glass Jaw Referee to the extreme.
    • CZW is introduced with the help of Yzma and Kronk from The Emperor's New Groove:
      Yzma: Pull the lever, Kronk!
      (Kronk does, and a trap door appears underneath Yzma)
    • "Stop living in the past, you idiots!".
    • And yet another corpsing fit courtesy of Gene Okerlund.

    Botchamania 191–200 
  • #192:
    • Kane scares Coach right off his chair.
    • Hit a dropkick, land on head—that's Ric Blade's career in 10 seconds."
    • Introducing the British Table.
  • #193:
    • Booker T discusses the "We comin' fo' YOU, nigga!" moment.
    • A typical CZW setup is turned on its ear when it instead cuts to Chuck Norris at Survivor Series '94 superkicking Jeff Jarrett; cut back to Conan O'Brien, only with Vince Russo's head superimposed over his, with "SWERVE" as the caption. It then goes into CZW as normal.
  • #194:
  • #195:
    • Samoa Joe legit KOs his opponent in a match. Since he can't wrestle anymore, his partner has to drag him back to his own corner and tag his unconscious body.
    • William "The Refrigerator" Perry's promo at WrestleMania 2. Mean Gene Okerlund is conducting it. You can guess what Gene does.
    • Orlando Jordan vs. Two Girls, One Cup.
  • #196:
    • "FISH BATTER!"
    • Sandman's cell phone goes off.
      Sandman: Hey! (to the crowd) Tell my mom—am I'm in the middle of a match?!
      (crowd cheers)
      Sandman:, I'm not in a bar!
      • Someone in the crowd imitates The Iron Sheik, knowing full well this is going in Botchamania.
    • Another random garbage match.
  • #197:
    • JR-Roonie, anyone?
    Jim Ross: I never said I was a rapper!
    • An XPW announcer mouths off.
    De hot dog give me diarrhea for 3 week!
    CZW Lever: JYAY-ZUS!
  • #198:
    • It's Iron Sheik Appreciation Night at CZW, apparently.
    • The CZW clips are setup with Randy Orton's theme playing (specifically "I Hear Voices in My Head, They Counsel Me, They Understand, They Talk to Me"). Before Conan pulls the lever, the phrase "PULL IT" blinks in and out repeatedly around him.
  • #199: "And now, TNA Wrestling and Direct Auto Insurance present Genesis." Or as it's known in Europe... Ah who am I kidding? If TNA were a Sega console, it sure as hell wouldn't be the Mega Drive. TNA 32X ("Door into Summer" plays)
  • #200:

    Botchamania 201–210 
  • #201:
    • Mark Haskins landing on his neck after a botched Shooting Star Press. What makes the comedy of this moment is that Brock Lesnar's entrance music is playing during the clip! In case you don't get it, Brock Lesnar's most famous botch was nearly exactly like that of Haskins'.
    • Suddenly, NINJAS! Thousands of them! Hey, Mr. Ninja! Watch out for that—(crash)
    • A joshi wrestler does a big splash off the top rope...and her mask flies off.
    • The very fact that Kurt Angle made light of the fact that he could say whatever he wanted and get cheered was hilarious enough, but what do you think it was the setup for?
    Kurt: Truth be told, I'm not a fan of "the black people." And if I would go back in time, the one person in history I'd want to make tap out would have to be...
    (Conan O'Brien and his Walker, Texas Ranger lever are superimposed over the face of Daivari)
  • #202
    • The setup for CZW is heralded by game footage from Star Fox 64. As in, hitting the eight locks and shooting the rail switcher to make the Forever Train crash into a fuel bunker and explode:
    Peppy: Okay, now shoot the switcher!
    (The tank then shoots the switcher)
    SFX: (as a communique from Conan O'Brien and his Walker, Texas Ranger lever) JEEZUS!
    Peppy: Good going, Fox!
    (Game footage of the tracks switching, and the remains of the Forever Train crashing through barriers before hitting the fuel bunker)
    • Zack Ryder comes into the ring in crutches...yet he seems to be using both feet normally. The dopey music really sells this bit.
    John Cena: [Thinking] Which one of Zack's feet hurts? He's limping on both of them. [Zack climbs the steps to the ring painfully] Wait, you don't need crutches now? [Zack heads back] Why didn't he use the wheelchair anyway? Wheelchairs work on ramps.
  • #203:
  • #204:
    • In "Sing Along With Ex-Drew Gulak Fans", the CZW crowd really gives it to Drew with chants of "Whit-ney Hous-ton", "Brook-lyn Braw-ler", "Bar-ry Hor-o-witz", "Giiiiiillberg", "S.D. Jones", "Cena sucks", "Turtle-neck", "Su-per Dra-gon", "Fuck this shit", "Wife-beater", "You screwed Bret", "H-B-K" and "Under-taker". The commentators nearly lose it while Drew is understandably pissed.
    • At TNA Victory Road '12, Jeremy Borash holds a cell phone and tells us that "Victory Road" is the No. 1 Twitter trend in the United Kingdom. Maffew then reminds all that "There's no legal way of watching TNA PPVs live in the UK. Be careful what you brag about."
  • #205:
    • This week's Madame de Stael gag lists "Boredom" as no Scott Steiner, and "Suffering" as, err.... no Scott Steiner.
    • An extremely heavy man makes his debut for an indy promotion, leans back on the ropes during his introduction... and breaks the ring. Maffew even works in the losing horns from The Price Is Right to add insult to injury.
    • Poor Maria Menounos really gets it in this Botchamania for her performance at WrestleMania XXVIII. Sure, she got a lot of acclaim for working most of the match with broken ribs, but it's not her overall performance that gets nitpicked by Maffew. For starters, Maria and Kelly Kelly performed a double stinkface to Eve Torres and as Maffew points out, "Celebrity Woman stinkfaces Eve. Her fake tan rubs off on her arse."note  To make matters worse, she became the victim of "Corpsing at 'Mania? SEND FOR THE MAN!"
    • Apparently, CZW has invested in Japanese tables.
  • #206:
  • #208
    • This Botchamania takes a swing at the graphics used for the debut of Brooke Hogan in TNA, with voiceovers provided by The Simpsons:
    [cue airbrushed TNA graphic of a younger Brooke]
    Homer Simpson: Yeah, that's one fine-looking barbeque pit.
    [cut to Brooke actually on TNA, age not doing her any favors]
    [Wario pulls a lever] Zandig: Awww!
    [Mario pulls a lever] Zandig: Ohh, ma!
    [Yoshi pulls a lever] Zandig: Awww!
    [Donkey Kong pulls a lever] Zandig: Doo-ah! [Levers reset]
    [Wario pulls a lever] Zandig: JYAYZUS!
    Zandig: YAWWW, YOU'RE GONNA DIE! YOU ARE GONNA DIIIIE! [Blows up Wario] This is CZW!
  • #209:
    • Samoa Joe: "Tonight, you are an ENDS... to a means!" Cue six pictures of face-palming wrestlers filling the screen, followed by, all in the center, Christian with a goofy grin, covered by a smirking Stephanie McMahon, covered by the classic Kevin Nash grin.
    • What better way to showcase the "highlights" of TNA Destination X 2012 than to overlay on it the goddamn opening theme to Thomas & Friends?
  • #210:
    • Really Insipid Taz Commentary.
    • A stagehand pulls a Hawk and walks in on a promo.
    • Two Robbies corpsing?!

    Botchamania 211–220 
  • #212:
  • #215: The CZW intro consists of Conan O'Brien pulling the lever over and over again while various images of Jesus are displayed. When the proper "JYAYZUS" hits, it's along with an infamous botched portrait.
  • #216
    • Ryback becomes Rick James.
    • Who is Lord Tensai wrestling?
    • CM Punk socks a fan in the mouth. Set to Chumbawamba.
  • #217:
    Jim Ross: The danger zone these men are in!
    Picture of Randy "Macho Man" Savage: [lowers into frame] I've been in the danger zone!
    • A certain mysterious man wrecks CHIKARA's set with a rocking horse.
    Please be careful! *clap clap clap*
    • Bully Ray confronts D-Von on the goings on.
    Ray: We hit our finish! We hit the 3D! You covered Chris Sabin, and he kicked out! Nobody has ever kicked out of our finishing move! Nobody! In 15 years! In ECW, in WWE, in WCW, in Japan, not one single wrestler ever kicked out of our finish!
    [cuts to footage of Masato Tanaka kicking out of their finish from 1998]
    Ray: You're a lying sack of crap and you know it!
  • #218:
    Princess Toadstool: Where are you taking me?
    *The princess starts sneezing, which annoys Koopa*
    Zandig!Koopa: I AM GONNA KILL YOU! *pulls lever* JEEEEEEEEZUS!
    *The princess is dropped out of the car, screaming*
    Zandig!Koopa: FUCK! YOU! I'M OUTTA HERE! *drives off* HRRAAAAGH!
    • "That one was for you, Maffew!"
    • The ending features a glitch from WWE '13, showing a floating Kane slowly descending upon a bicycle, from newLegacyinc.
  • #220: Yet another remix involving John Zandig causes trouble with YouTube, this time, mixed in with Chris Rock. Ladies and gentlemen: There Is No JYAYZUS in CZW.
    Chris Rock: Don't go to clubs with {THE WIFE BEATER!!!} Sure it feels safe inside, but what about {THE HATE CLUB!!!} waiting outside with guns? They know you ain't got none. {I GUARANTEE IT!!!} If a woman tells you she's 20, and looks 16, she's {FIVE!!!}. If she tells you she's 26, and looks 26, she's {ROBBIE MORENO!!!}. {NICK GAGE!!!}couldn't have possibly committed all those crimes. Young black men, if you go to {CZW...} and someone steps on your foot, {I AM GONNA KILL YOU!!!}

    Botchamania 221–230 
  • #223: The commentary starting at 9:30.
    Announcer: After seventeen minutes of talking, at least, between Hardcore Kid and young Tedward Hart, we have the match, finally. The Hardcore Kid, versus the gayest thing since gay came to Gaytown, Lit and Deranged.
    • It just gets funnier from there.
  • #225: FACK! Ahh-ahh, Savior of the universe...
  • #229:
    • Maffew goes through the entire Mongo introduction, but at the very end...
    Smithers: He's not available, sir.
    Mr. Burns: Then get me his non-union Mexican equivalent.
    *rolls footage of TNA's Gut Check contestant Magno*
    • The "American Table" is voiced by the villain from The Muppets. "Maniacal laaaugh...maniacal laaaaugh..."
  • #230: Maffew adds WWE subtext to the caucus race from Alice in Wonderland, with John Cena as the Dodo, the WWE Title as his campfire, and everyone else as the animals circling him. Cena enjoys his title while everyone else jobs to him repeatedly.
    Cena: You'll never get over that way!
    Alice: Get over?
    Cena: You have to run with the others! First rule of a caucus race, you know...
    Alice: But how can I... [Jobs]
    Cena: That's better! We'll have you over in no time!
    Alice: No one can ever get over this way!

    Botchamania 231–240 

    Botchamania 241–250 
  • #241:
    • In the unification match between Cena and Orton, the graphic announces the new Heavyweigh champion.
    "If some cunt can fuck something up, that cunt will pick the worst possible time to fucking fuck it up cos that cunt's a cunt." cue Sin Cara showing up in the corner.
    • Mick Foley on mangling Bray Wyatt's name: "@RealMickFoley OK OK, I messed up! How many #1 NY Times best-sellers have YOU written?"
    • Everyone talks...TOO LITTLE
      ''First Vinnie Mac segment has nae audio. Second one has nae volume. (apart from the commentators sniffing.)
    • PWG Matt Rushmore: A wrestler pulls off a moonsault to the outside...and clips one of the low hanging ceiling lights mid-jump.
    • The ending: "Machop! Use Giant Swing attack!"
  • #242 was based on the 2014 Royal Rumble:
    • Borrowing from The Simpsons episode "Treehouse of Horror VIII" for Royal Rumble ideas:
      (A censor, rebranded as Vince McMahon, is going through a script labeled "List of Ideas for the Royal Rumble".)
      "Vince": (on "CM Punk to win") No... (on "Bray Wyatt to win") No... (on "Anything other than Cena/Orton") No... (on "Daniel Bryan to win") HA HA HA—No... (on "Duggan and The Iron Sheik to travel together") Hmmm... I think we can do without the crack pipe... oh! Hi! As the FOX censor, it's my job to protect you from reality.
      • Wade Barrett has some bad news for you: before the Rumble match itself, you're gonna suffer through one of the worst matches in history...(cue graphic of Cena vs. Orton)
      • The crowd gets excited, thinking Danielson's gonna enter at #30. But when Mysterio enters instead...
        Hades: What was that name again...
        Megara: (sound byte of Rey's theme as it plays "REY MYSTERIO")
        Hades: (Freak Out)
      • Batista wins the Rumble...
        Mr. Burns: ...Smithers? Are they booing me?
        Smithers:! They're saying boo-(TISTA!!!), boo-(TISTA!!!)
        Mr. Burns: (in front of an ad for the WWE App): Are you saying boo or boo-(TISTA!!!)?
        (Crowd starts pelting him with garbage)
        Hans Moleman: (the actual Ric Flair) I was saying boo-(TISTA!!!) (not animated)
    • Politics in ten words: "Two guys you don't want to win. The shittiest wins."
  • #243:
  • #244:
    • Wade Barrett manages to downplay the fact that his "BNB" podium isn't working—first by chewing out the tech guys, but then...
    Wade: I have come down to your level to deliver some bad news to Daniel Bryan fans.
    Caption: Good Save!
    • Wade Barrett has some bad news for you: before the Elimination Chamber match itself, you're gonna suffer through one of the worst matches in history...(cue graphic of Batista vs. Del Rio). Said match is spiced up with various forms of Buu and Yes graphics for booing and cheering respectively.
      • And the commentary trying to downplay or dispel the chants for CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, Brock Lesnar, and even Y2J. (And the legendary BOO-Tis-Ta! chants.)
      *points to his dick*
      Babyface of the year 2014
      ** *cue shots of the completely apathetic audience* "The moment when you realize they're actually doing Orton vs. Bootista."
    • Maffew has always taken to using "No Easy Way Out" from Rocky IV for the Elimination Chamber pay-per-views, but this time, when the verse comes to the lyric "I just wanna know why", that's when Batista makes his entrance.
    • Mark Henry vs. panels:
      Mark: Well, my son Jacob has briefed me on how these panel things work, so I think I got it down tonight.
      Caption: He Lied.
    • The self-serving history of Michael Cole in regards to Jack Swagger, and the New Age Outlaws.
    • One of the endings invokes Poochie, of all things:
      CM Punk: Let me tell you a personal story about Vince McMahon—
      Very clumsily redub voice: I have to go now; my planet needs me.
      (The animation cel with CM Punk on it is clumsily edited to look like he's flying away)
      Note: CM Punk died on the way back to his home planet.
  • #245:
    • Chris Hero's story about how he got Mistaken for Racist on YouTube thanks to some black fans instigating with him and even attacking him; Chris laments that they weren't ejected for starting shit with a performer.
    • A CZW match is hampered not by shitty wrestling, but by rolling blackouts.
      • Rory Mondo gets a badass makeover...and his entrance crashes and burns when the sound guys accidentally cut off his theme during his entrance. Cue Botchamania chants!
    • Hulk Hogan's WWE Network promo.
      Hogan: History is being made right now with the launch of the WWE Universe. (Beat) The WWE Universe has now launched the WWE Network. That's why history is being made right now with everybody in the WWE Universe.
      (cue a goalie in soccer/football deflecting a shot from halfway across the field)
      Caption: Good Save Hogan!
    • Legendary lucha libre star (and notorious Small Name, Big Ego) Mil Mascaras steadfastly refuses to sell any of Cactus Jack's offense. The cameraman feels so bad that he sells for Cactus.
    • The ending: Bart at the Rumble (Kamp Krusty) believing Daniel Bryan (Krusty) will come, only to be treated to Barney Gumble in a shitty Krusty getup (Rey Mysterio).
  • #246:
    • Goldberg vs. Tigger (that is, a fan randomly decided to dress as Tigger while sitting in the front row)
    • "This is boring!" "SHUT THE FUCK UP" dueling chants! (in all fairness, the match was bad)
    • Brock Lesnar throws a monitor into the crowd and wallops a fan with it. Including fan-cam footage to prove it. Some "Lawsuit!" chants briefly pipe up, too.
  • #247:
    • Kurt is told he's lost his hearts.
    Caption: Both of them?
    • Earl Hebner gets hit by the door (of the cage he's trying to unlock). And decides to sell it harder than he sold t-shirts out of his car.
    • YOU WILL BE BARIED ALIVE. Too bad, too; the sign it's written on is accompanied by a really nice portrait of the Undertaker...
    • McMahon decides to blade. After one punch. But because he's Vince, he decides to do it with flair. cue Vince with his face almost completely red and blood pouring out of his head like a fountain.
    • *SABU RUN-IN*
    • The Rapid-Fire "No!" (in French!) that introduces CZW.
    • Goldberg: Hebrew. Scott Hall: He brewed.
    • Senator Kanestrong.
  • #248:
    • X-Pac talking about the Ding Dongs—two masked wrestlers with an overbearing bell ringing gimmick.
    X-Pac:'re not buying it, are you?
    • At the end of the match they showed, even Jim Ross is snarking that their gimmick is horrible.
  • #249:
    • Colt Cabana does the intro...with Maffew! And he even calls him, too; "He's right over there!"
    • Each of the first group of botches is intercut with the shocked reactions of people having seen the end of the streak, to make it look like they've seen how bad the flub was.
    • Hulk Hogan thinks he's back in WrestleMania 3. Cue Stone Cold and The Rock giving him grief for confusing the Silverdome with the Superdome.
    • The Divas match follows the Undertaker vs. Lesnar match. Cue chants of "NO ONE CARES"
    • At the Hall of Fame:
    *screen goes off* *crowd starts chanting for it to come back* *Rey doesn't know what to do* *so he just grins awkwardly*
  • #250:
    • Kane gets his own burning table used against him. The crew at ringside are naturally worried about Kane's safety...but get a little carried away with the fire extinguishers...
    Okay, enough spraying! *continues to spray* *Kane runs for his life*
    • Lilian Garcia gets cut off. Cue crowd booing.
    • When Daniel Bryan has to bring Kane back to the ring to actually count the pin. He does so with a fork lift.
    JBL: I've never seen anything like this!
    (Cue footage of Brock Lesnar bringing The Big Show back to the ring at a prior pay-per-view via forklift)
    Joel & the Bots: This is the song written for the trail chase / This is the chase, Rocky and Ken / He tried to kill me with a forklift~ / Ole!
    At Botchamania 200, I said I'd consider ending the videos at 250.
    Am I ending Botchamania?
    I will answer that question...
    when we hit Botchamania 300. Until then...

    (Cue footage of Mr. Bean driving down the road and flipping off everyone he passes set to "Stone Cold" Steve Austin's theme)

    Botchamania 251–260 
  • #251:
    • The intro is done as a loving tribute to Booker T. Including "We Coming for You, Nigga" as well.
    • Maffew had a grande olde time mocking the TNA's latest awful ref bump.
    • Billy Reil vs. Thomas Suede—WE'RE BOTH FUCKED.
    • Mood Dissonance abound as TNA botches are set to Mabe Village from The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening.
    • Shocking Debutsnote  set to Wrecking Ball!
    • Kurt Angle shoots about an incident where Bob Backlund was suppose to put a "stage hand" in his Crossface Chickenwing finisher, but screws up on-camera and resets while the camera is on. While Angle looks on in shock and alarm.
    • Trying and failing to light a table on fire for a spot is bad enough. Doing so with "Jeopardy!" Thinking Music playing is oddly hysterical. Especially when the fire goes out anyway.
    • Yzma and Kronk vs. Levers Part II:
      Yzma: (points to the right lever) Pull the lever!
      Kronk: Er...this lever?
      Yzma: Eh, I worked out the bugs.
      Kronk: Just checking. (pulls lever)
      SFX: Jeezus! (the ground turns and they both fall through)
    • Stone Cold's Cluster F-Bomb to a backhoe driver who can't work the backhoe in a Buried Alive match (to bury The Undertaker—literally).
  • #256
    • Brock Lesnar repeatedly German suplexing John Cena. Set to Rammstein.
    • Working Lesnar's "Blood, Urine, and Vomit" threat into the intro and putting "vomit" over the Totino's ad logo.
  • #257: What happens when a ladder match's only ladders break? You improvise. The results are honestly kind of stunning.
  • #258: During a Hell in a Cell match, one wrestler narrowly avoids getting impaled by a post from the descending cage; Maffew dubs over the clip with dialogue from the "Jill Sandwich" scene in Resident Evil.
  • #259:
    • Cole refuses to play ball during another Hornswoggle segment.
    • WWF Metal commentators mock the crowd for their poor literacy...and immediately forget which country they're in.
    • cm punk is overrated
      Zeus Carver: You got about 10 seconds before those guys see you, and when they do they will kill you, do you understand?
  • #260: Dean Ambrose finds a hidden Light Capsule.

     Botchamania 261–270 
  • #261:
    • JBL, closeted DC fanboy, claims that Bruce Wayne has to do everything that Batman tells him to do. Or was it Albert?
    Maffew: ALFRED. [displays picture of Lord Alfred Hayes]
  • #262: The Raw GM's Laptop singing "Daisy" after it gets pushed over and smashed.
  • #263:
  • #264:
    • Cornetto Face.
    • "Sami Zayn deserves to be fucked!"
    • One of the first instances of "I AM THE TABLE"
    • Ah, memories...or Merrick Brave's Shooting Star Press onto the turnbuckle he jumped off of
      Hermes: I'M GONNA JUMP!
      Amy Wong: (over everyone else) Hermes, no!
      Bender: Do a flip!
    • The ICP commentates on their own JCW program. Including the infamous Asai moonsault spot, which broke the second rope and almost broke the guy doing it (though Shaggy calls it a suicide dive):
      J: ...fell down...
      Shaggy: SUICIDE IS RIGHT!
      J: ...I don't know what to say; my feelings are hurt after that.
    • The endings: Cena curses Big Show's sudden but inevitable betrayal.
  • #265:
    • Uh-oh. Diving onto The Miz. Better extend so he can catch me. (he doesn't) FFS. He still Mizzed.
    • The Royal Rumble approaches.
      JBL: And two people have won it from the #1 position, including hall-of-famer HBK in 1995.
      Caption: And...?
      (Cue footage of Chris Benoit winning, set to "Don't You Forget About Me")
    • OLE OLE OLE chants are back! (Cue image of Sami Zayn)
    • The Royal Rumble turns heel again. Kofi Kingston turns heel. Roman Reigns turns heel. Commentators don't even try to talk over the loudest "CM PUNK!" chant since MITB 2011. (All of this set to thunderous boos after Daniel Bryan is eliminated in anticlimactic fashion.) And then things got worse. (with a Boo wearing a Philadelpha Eagles cap)
      Homer: (as Kane and Big Show dispose of Dolph Ziggler) It's just a little dirty; it's still good, it's still good!
      (Kane and Big Show dispose of Bray Wyatt)
      Homer: It's just a little slimy; it's still good, it's still good!
      (Kane and Big Show dispose of Dean Ambrose)
      Homer: It's just a little airborne; it's still good, it's still good!
      Bart: It's gone.
      Homer: I know...
    • The crowd is chanting for Rusev. (who went through the ropes, and wasn't eliminated) Quick! Send out The Rock! The Rock turns heel. (Roman Reigns looks up at the WrestleMania sign, which has been replaced with the Cornette Face.)
      Caption: The fuck you staring at me for?
    • Chris Jericho and Wade Barrett talk about Wade's RAW debut, where he was still in the NXT mentor/rookie system. Apparently, due to shitty acoustics and stage fright, Wade has no idea what Chris is saying and is completely unprepared for when Jericho hands Wade the microphone. Wade just goes off on a tangent.
      Jericho: I just asked you to introduce me.
      Wade: ...whatever you say, boss! Ladies and gentlmen, Chris Jericho!
    • During a promo between Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar, it's rumored that the audio was muted so Roman could get lines fed to him, which leads to this.
      Fry: Start with the compliments; tells her (Lesnar) she looks thin.
      Zoidberg!Roman Reigns **To Brock Lesnar**: You seem well nourished; are you suffering from internal parasite?
  • #266:
  • #267:
    • After his double turn with Bret Hart, Stone Cold talks about his "Botchamania stunner" on the ref.
    • Meet the new BOTCH, same as the old BOTCH.
    • Josh Matthews and Taz ringside? One minute later, Taz & Josh are shown in a studio somewhere...presumably somewhere deep underground.
    • 1PW clips...set to "Who Do You Think You Are Kidding, Mr. Hitler?".
    • Avalanch (Mis-spelt) and Mike Blackwell (Misinformed) vs. the Skyscrapers. Look at that No-Sell Count fly! Same with the Getting Stiffed count!
    • Smash Wrestling has gotten hold of a British table. No amount of spots, splashes, or hits with a keg are enough to break it. When it finally DOES break, the crowd gives a standing ovation.
      "I am THE TABLE"
    • The endings: Rusev wants to be your shadow! Here's you, there's Rusev! There's you, there's—(bellyflops through table)
  • #268:
    • Linda McMahon dives in front of the proverbial train that is Fastlane.
      Linda: For the past 37 years, I've turned my head when all of your past transgressions took place...
      (As she spoke, we are treated to rapid-fire images of Jerry Springer hosting his show on Raw, Million Dollar Mania, WrestleMania 27, and Grumpy Cat hosting RAW)
      Linda: ...but tonight, you are going down a path to divide this family. You are doing something, Vince, that you can't come back from.
      (Portraits of Daniel Bryan and Roman Reigns appear on opposite sides of Vince's head as he "ponders")
      Caption under Bryan: Is small
      Caption under Reigns: Is big
    • The Fastlane logo slowly superimposed over an image of money burning.
      Vince: What? Was it something I said?
    • During Goldust vs. Stardust, JBL compares the two to Michael and Fredo. Michael Cole "corrects" JBL, saying "It's, er, Frodo, actually."
      • And the ref fucks up the finish.
        Caption: Botch happens in 2015. Better show replays of it.
    • The Ascension comments on the Bushwackers getting into the Hall of Fame. Then a graphic about the Hall of Fame comes up after a Bellas match.
      Michael Cole: We'll tell you who the tag team is when we come back.
      Caption: Fuck me, who could it be?
    • John Cena found himself stuck in the Acolyte (with a thought bubble of him thinking of JBL and Ron Simmons as a tag team)
    • A German wrestler wrestling in England slips on the German flag he was carrying in his hand.
    • The All-New Adventures of the British Table
    • Necro Butcher talks about fighting Super Dragon. The two go through with a "hockey fight" spotexplanation , wherein the former accidentally knocks out the latter (Dragon retired soon after). Then, he talks about his match with "The American Dragon" Bryan Danielson. He gets worked up and goes nuts on him. Then, a few minutes in...
      Butcher: ...wait a minute! He's...he's working with me! Shit; I didn't have to do that! I beat him up all—I didn't have to do that! I got all excited for nothing! He didn't know noting about me fucking up Super Dragon. I'm always thinking everyone's out to get me...and most times, they are.
    • The endings: PHENOMAMONdoot doo doo-doo-doo...
  • #269:
  • #270:
    • Randy Orton knows that Seth Rollins will have the dack stecked against him.
    • *goes to top rope* Wait, what am I doing? I'm fat.
    • Swear Jar ahoy.
    • Rusev and the White Russian. JBL and Booker completely shit all over the skit. Hell, even the "lawyer" has trouble keeping it together.
      Caption: Lawyer gets taken out by capitalist bottom rope
      • Hey Kay Adams-Corleone, what did you think of that segment?
      Kay: It was an abortion. An abortion, Michael!
      Caption: *Maggle* Thanks, Kay.
    • The CZW lever is in the hands of Charles Montgomery Burns.
      Mr. Burns: Alright, let's make this sporting, Leonard: if you can tell me why I shouldn't fire you without using the letter "E", you can keep your job.
      Lenny: Uh, okay. Um...I'm a—
      Mr. Burns: You're fired.
      Lenny: But I didn't say—
      Mr. Burns: You will. (pulls lever)
      (Lennydrops into a trap door)
    • The endings: Scenes of people looking!
      Crow: Really something!
      • Stone Cold's performance review. Set to Like a Boss.
      • The DJ3000 plays CDs automatically and has three varieties of inane chatter—that is to say, Cole, Lawler, and JBL relentlessly shilling the $9.99 price tag on the WWE Network. Then one of the DJs punches it...and it goes into Dusty Rhodes' legendary Hard Times promo.

     Botchamania 271–280 
  • #271:
    • Ever-reliable Booker T sums up the women's division as 'Bitches Be Craaaazy'.
    Marge Simpson: Hrrmmmph. It's true, but he shouldn't say it!
    • A grip bumbles his way into Cole's shot. "OHHHHHHH GOOD FOR YOOOOUUUU."
    • Show's expression at the "PLEASE RETIRE" chants. Don't they know the strongest man can cry?
    • The NXT crowd has completely lost the plot at this point and starts doing The Wave. Byron Saxton starts to join in and gets shouted down by his co-announcers.
    • Nash: I don't always job, but when I do, my wife refuses to put out explanation 
    • The ending with the Intercontinental title going from Wade Barrett, to Dean Ambrose, to Dolph Ziggler, to Luke Harper and finally, to Daniel Bryan.
  • #272:
    • John Cena talks too much.... even during matches. JBL takes the piss.
    • The Kree are comin' for you, nigga!
  • #273:
  • #274:
    (image of Rusev) Tank
    (image of Cena) Yank
    (image of Roman Reigns) Wank
    (image of Big Show) Food bank
    (image of sheep) And you. ALL OF YOU.
  • #275:
  • #279:

    Botchamania 281–290 
  • #286:
    • "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and X-Pac talk about Pac's match with Razor Ramon on RAW, wherein X-Pac takes a brutal face-plant from the top rope to the concrete floor, which put him out on his feet. Complete with Botchamania name-check.
    • The Undertaker kicking Brock Lesnar in the dick repeatedly is set to audio of Vegeta getting kicked in the dick.note 
  • #290:
    • Given his professionalism, most of the Mean Gene outtakes, including promoting WWF magazine with Miss Elizabeth on the cover, then tossing it to someone else. "Here, take that home and have fun with it."
    • From one ending, Sheamus used Solar Beam! It's super hilarious!

    Botchamania 291–300 
  • #294:
  • #296:
    • After Alberto Del Rio proclaims the name of his alliance with Zeb Colter, MexAmerica, it turns out that Cheech and Chong had the perfect song for it:
      Mexican Americans don't like to just get into gang fights,note 
      they like flowers,note  and music,note  and white girls named Debbie too.note 

      Mexican Americans are named Chatonote  and Chelanote  and Chemanote 
      and have a son-in-law named Jeff.note 

      Mexican Americans don't like to get up early in the morningnote 
      but they have to, so they do it real slow.note 

      Mexican Americans love education so they go to night schoolnote 
      and they take Spanish and get a B.note 

      Mexican Americans love their Nana'snote  and their Nono'snote  and their
      Nina'snote  and their Nino's...note  Nano Nano Nina Nono!note 

      Mexican Americans don't like to go to the movies where the
      dude has to wear contact lenses to make his blue eyes brown
      cause don't it make my brown eyes blue...note 
    • Also, the Just Don't Look and Undertaker and Kane endings.
  • In #300, Vince Russo accepted their offer to do the introduction. It's very clear that Russo fully embraces his reputation by now.
    Russo: Well, I'm gonna give ya Botchamania another day, I'm here to swerve ya. I'm gonna give you old reruns of Roseanne, how's that?note 

    Botchamania 301–310 
  • #303:
    • Ligero tries to powerbomb Kirby onto a fan. But they, well...botch it. And then somebody pushes that fan onto Ligero. Kirby gets his revenge by using the fan's £1.20 tea. The punchline for all this? The fan in question is Maffew himself.
      Caption: It's a bit too meta when you're fucking up moves on the Botchamania guy.
    • The One Punch McMahon ending. Plus points for the fact that (in the YouTube version, at least) the theme song was slowed down throughout the video, and how it goes suprisingly well with Shane's multiple punching.
  • #306:
    • Showing the part where Enzo Amore suffered a concussion in a stunt gone wrong at Payback? Not funny. Censoring the moment of the injury with Roman Reigns' puzzled look during AJ Styles' WWE debut? Hilarious.
  • #309:
    • The endings:
  • #310:
    • The intro, done by Jimmy Havoc, from a crapper.
      Jimmy Havoc: Oh hi! I'm Jimmy Havoc, and you're watching... me take a shit, while you're watching the intro to Botchamania. You need to reassess your lives, I guess. Enjoy.
    • At Extreme Rules 2016, crowd chants "We Want Lana!", a common chant when Rusev comes out without her... except that he came with her, and she's at ringside, in view of everyone.
      She's right there you bawbags
    • Fuck-ups are set to Hank the Angry Drunken Dwarf's insults.
      • First Michael Cole forgets the show he's in. Again.
        Michael Cole: [regarding a match between the Vaudevillains and the New Day] Tag team action. Live! Next! On SmackDown.
        [chyron shows that it's Raw]
        Hank the Angry Drunken Dwarf: You're an idiot, you're an imbecile.
        Cole: Yes, ladies and gentlemen, we are live tonight on Monday Night Raw, tag team action: The Vaudevillains against the New Day. Go ahead, let me have it.
        [John "Bradshaw" Layfield scolds him for the mistake]
        HADD: I know dead people who are smarter than you!
      • Then this happens:
        Cole: And we learned last week that a herd of unicorns is actually called a glory of unicorns.
        John "Bradshaw" Layfield: A glory, and right now a glory is stomping a mud-glory-hole on Aiden English!
        HADD: I could have a better conversation with a corpse!
      • Not even a Roman Reigns segment is safe. He calls Seth Rollins to the ring, only for Reigns' own titantron to play.
        HADD: If they put your brain in a parrot, it would fly backwards!
    • During the contract signing of her match against Nia Jax, Asuka actually says, "You talk too much." Maffew promptly seizes it and turns it into the new intro for the "You Talk Too Much" segment.
    • During one house show, Kevin Owens tells to the camera that his goal that night is to get the crowd to chant "USA!" while two Canadians are in the same ring (he wrestled against Sami Zayn). He does it.
      Kevin Owens: I did it! Listen to these idiots!
    • A wrestler does an ECW-worthy jump from a balcony onto another wrestler prone over a table. Too bad it was a Japanese table.
      Roman Reigns: I'm not a bad guy; I'm not a good guy; I—
    • Stephanie McMahon scolds Charlotte for how she dumped her father Ric Flair. Cue footage from two weeks earlier when Steph slapped Ric. Then cue Cornette Face.
    • The intro of the CZW segment set to the video of Midnight Channel Trivia Quiz. Complete with Marie overdubbed with Zandig's voice.
    • Luke Gallows recalls the time he auditioned for Tough Enough and the ropes didn't cooperate.
    • The endings:

    Botchamania 311–320 
  • #311:
    • Forget Eli Drake vs. Bram at Slammiversary 2016; the real match was between Eli Drake vs. the turnbuckles.
      Caption: I hope if I pretend to fuck up I'll get on Botchamania. Ah shit it worked.
    • The referee gets distracted at the Knockouts Championship match at Slammiversary 2016 so someone can interfere... except that it's a Three-Way Match, which doesn't have DQ anyway. So yeah, Cornette Face.
    • At the pre-show of NXT TakeOver: The End, Corey Graves finds himself at a loss of words, and Lita thinks that "100 is probably like 10 times better than 10." Graves' facial expressions at both things are priceless.
    • During an ambush by Charlotte and Dana Brooke, Natalya accidentally makes Becky Lynch trip and fall to the mat. Complete with a screencap of Lynch's reaction on Twitter:
      Becky Lynch: When I said I wanted to take a trip, this wasn't what I meant.
    • A wrestler gets lost in the middle of the heat of a promo:
      Wrestler: ...and I'm doing every dastarly chick— trick! Woah, chick. I'll do them too!
      [crowd laughs]
      Wrestler: [taps on his head] Freudian Slip.
    • At a Chikara event:
      • Jigsaw has issues with his name-plate...
        Mike Quackenbush: "Mr. Exy"? [looks at the floor] There's the "S", bud.
      • he makes a decision:
        Jigsaw: I can't wrestle with the Mr. Sexy on, [hands the name-plate to a man in the crowd] so I'm going to dub this man "Mr. Sexy"!
      • One of Jigsaw's opponents is Claudio Castagnoli. Someone is clearly heard telling him "Go back to France." Castagnoli is Swiss.
        Comentator: Man... Do your homework.
    • The endings:
      • Turns out that an Evolution vignette fits perfectly with Chappelle's Show's description of Rick James.
      • Aiden English trying on purpose to recreate the spot that caused a concussion to Enzo Amore? Not funny. Big Cass getting royally pissed off and giving English a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown? Awesome, but not funny. Setting the beating to "Get Royally Fucked" by BotanicSage? Hilarious.
      • John Cena responds to AJ Styles' taunts. Or, more exactly, Cena's character from Trainwreck.
  • #312:
    • The jokes about Roman Reigns being suspended for violating WWE's Wellness Program are so easy for Maffew that, in the part of the intro in which Hulk Hogan's image in the "Yapapi!" soundbite is replaced with another one (done since Hogan was Un-person-ed by WWE), it simply says "Roman -insert joke here- Reigns."
    • During their match at Money in the Bank 2016, Dolph Ziggler goes after Baron Corbin, but trips on the steel steps and would've fell if it wasn't for Corbin catching him and lifting him in the air.
    • During a tag team match at Money in the Bank 2016:
      • The New Day get ready to apply their finishing move on Karl Anderson. Anderson's partner Luke Gallows is about two steps away and could easily thwart them, but turns out that he has to be taken out by a big boot by Big Cass, so he has to wait until then. Cue "Controller Disconnected" signal.
      • Afterwards, Kofi Kingston pins Aiden English, even though, as it's shown later, Anderson blind-tagged English, and the referee clearly saw it and did the hand signal acknowledging it, so Anderson was the man to pin.
        Caption: Thirty seconds pass; Kingston pins the non-legal & possibly dead English. Just Saiyan. [cue picture of the New Day in Saiyan armor from WrestleMania 32]
    • A certain mistake in one of the previews for the Money in the Bank ladder match doesn't go unnoticed.
      [citing the participants of the match] Chris Jericho, Sami Zayn, Alberto Del Rio, Cesaro, Kevin Owens, and Dean Ambrose. [cue a publicity still from the match, showing Kalisto by mistake, who didn't participate in the match] And the aptly named, Sir Not-Appearing-in-This-Film.
    • Tom Phillips corpsing? Send for the man!
    • Seems that Cesaro's habit of uppercutting the hell out of steel steps in WWE comes from Claudio Castagnoli's habit of uppercutting the hell out of steel chairs in the independent circuit. Die, Chair, Die!, indeed.
    • Kenny Omega vs. Japanese table. Not even Omega is rival to the Japanese table!
    • The endings:
      • Kevin Owens getting dropped back-first onto a ladder is overdubbed with the sound of Homer Simpson's Amusing Injuries in the episode "Brother from the Same Planet."
        Homer Simpson: This is even more painful than it looks.
      • Roman Reigns and Q describe the Money in the Bank briefcase and its cousin: that briefcase James Bond carried in From Russia with Love.
      • AJ Styles vs John Cena, if it was in Pokémon Red and Blue.
      • While Maffew himself refrained from making jokes about Roman Reigns being suspended for violating WWE's Wellness Program through the video (as shown in the intro), he let "half of Twitter" submit their jokes and set them to Reigns' entrance at WrestleMania 31, overdubbed by the Walk of Shame.
        The Big Drug
        S-s-s-sufferin' steroids, son!
        You can't wrestle! [Beat] For 30 days! [thumbs-down]
        Those weren't bad drugs, those weren't good drugs; those were Roman's drugs
        More like Grow-Man Gains, am I rite? [laughing emoji]
        Money in the Bank? More like Drugs in the Piss! [poo emoji]
        Steroids Heroine Ico-Pro Ecstasy Lactone Diazepam
        Bet you're happy you got a positive reaction for once!
        In 1 day, Roman Reigns has granted more wishes than John Cena has in his entire career.
  • #313:
    • From WCW Starrcade 1995:
      • (image of Sonny Onoo looking mad) Sonny Onoo (image of Sonny Onoo happy) Sonny Oyeah
      • The music chosen for the intro of the pay-per-view's section, given that it included a tournament between WCW and New Japan Pro-Wrestling? A version of the "DK Rap" from Donkey Kong 64 set to the Family Guy theme.
      • The return of "Insane Dusty Commentary"!
        Bobby Heenan: [after Dusty refers to Japanese manager Sonny Onoo as "Sonny Bono"] Well, you're not talking about Sonny Bono, you're talking about Sonny Onoo!
        Dusty Rhodes: I know that!
        Bobby Heenan: This isn't Sonny & Cher!
        Bobby Heenan: [in reference to Sting no selling Ric Flair] There's the rush of adrenaline...
        Dusty Rhodes: Did you say "Russian adrenaline"?
        Bobby Heenan: Rush of adrenaline.
        Bobby Heenan: On your day off, do you work for Rand McNally?
    • Stephanie McMahon says that The Miz "will be defending the Intercontinental Champion...ship." Cue a soccer goalkeeper making a save.
    • How to edit out botches in 1996 in a match between The Undertaker and Isaac Yankem: Cut to Dok Hendrix!
    • The return of the arch-enemy of CZW wrestlers everywhere: the airhorn!
    • The endings:
  • #314:
    • A wrestler pulls off a shooting star press onto another wrestler...and clips one of the low hanging ceiling lights mid-jump. Crowd starts to chant "Fuck that light!", while a replay of the move is set to "Hit the Lights".
    • German wrestler Thumbtack Jack recounts a story about Ares and his wife Allison Danger back from when they had just met and had to wrestle each other in a "6-man tag team match". After the crowd points out that and he corrects himself saying "6-person intergender tag team match", he says "Hey Maffew, this one's for you; Botchamania."
      Caption: [while showing a picture of German wrestler Alex Wright] Danke.
    • Footage of a fan interfering just after a match between "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and Triple H (and getting beaten the hell out of him by Triple H in response) is shown, set up to "If You're Gonna Be Dumb, You Gotta Be Tough" by Roger Alan Wade.
    • At an Italian promotion, two wrestlers set up a table... that immediately breaks.
      Caption: (Crowd chants "Botchamania" in Italiano).note  [shows the Full Blooded Italians] Grazie.
    • Hornswoggle recalls the time during the reveal that he was Vince McMahon's supposed "illegitimate son" when The Sandman missed his cue and remained in the ring far after he was supposed to leave, looking like he was McMahon's son. Hornswoggle explains that the Sandman had his own reasons for staying: he considered that all the descriptions the lawyer was speaking applied to him as well, so he, in his mind, had no reason to leave.
    • The endings:
  • #315:
  • #316:
    • Dusty Rhodes' gorilla is a little bit moldy...
      Dusty: And there will be gorilla shit all over the Omni, brother! (everyone off-camera corpses)
    • Heath Slater can't film an intro to WWE Game Night to save his life.
    • "Dr. Death" Steve Williams vs. Paul Orndorff ...and a ref that "hasn't been clued in." The ref tries to physically hold back Williams when he attacks Orndorff, and gets beaten the hell out of him for his trouble.
    • "I HAVE NOT RUN THE BELL YET." *bell rings, not everyone hears it* The crowd isn't too convinced...
      Red Light: Just in case you never heard me the first time becase you're all fucking telling me to ring the bell—I rung the bell, but I'll fucking do it again, you bunch of stupid cunts!
    • PWG 2007 Stuff. Kevin Steen botches off the top rope. Someone in the crowd tries a "YOU FUCKED UP!" chant, only to get flipped off in return. The image of Steen flipping off a fan is used throughout the segment.
    • Chuck Taylor vs. Excalibur at PWG ASW 12.
      Chuck: When I gave Trevor Lee that pop-up powerbomb today? I dropped him right on my ballsack. Like, for real, on my ballsack. It hurt so bad.
    • Terry Funk doesn't know where he's going...and takes a swing at a fan. And yet the fan gets taken out the back door for being assaulted out of the blue by Funk (even one of the announcers says that it was Funk's fault).
    • Big E Langston talks about when he accidentally hit AJ Lee while stretching. And she completely no-sold it. At least they had a good laugh about it later.
    • The endings:
      • Roman Reigns is not a bad guy, he's not a good guy...he's— ♫ The type of guy who will never settle down ♫ where pretty girls are, then you know I'll be around ♫ I kiss 'em and I hug 'em, cuz to me they're all the same ♫ I hug 'em and I squeeze 'em, and I don't even know their name ♫ They call me the Wanderer, yeah, the Wanderer ♫ [footage of Cesaro doing the Giant Swing to Reigns] I roam around and around and around~ ♫note 
      • Life lessons with Coach [Abraham] Simpson.
      • The Transplants' "Diamonds and Guns" set to The Rock's honking, but with a twist.
        The Transplants: ♫ Bombs going off in Sierra Leone / Taken more shots than— ♫
        The Rock: Razor Ramon!
      • The song that describes Dean Ambrose and his feud with Brock Lesnar to the perfection... Miranda Lambert's "Little Red Wagon"?
        You only love me for my big sunglassesnote 
        And my Tony Lomasnote 
        And my Dodge Dart classic / You said "I'll be Johnny and you'll be June / I'll ride with you to the moon"note 
        But guess what? / You can't ride in my little red wagonnote 
        The front seat's broken and the axle's draggin'note 
        You can't step to this backyard swagger / You know it ain't my fault when I'm walkin' jaws droppin' like / Ooh, ah, ooh, ahnote 
  • #317:
    • Wondering Meow does the intro while trying to watch Battleground on the WWE Network, which is lagging...which is OK for him, because it's just The Miz vs. Darren Young.
    • In commemoration of Finn Bálor being drafted to the WWE main roster from NXT, the Freeze-Frame Bonus picture in the "Yapapi!" section of the opening is of Seth Rollins holding his Money in the Bank briefcase, with the briefcase Photoshop-swapped with a sign reading... well, it's very obscene, but let's just say that it describes Bálor's Estrogen Brigade very well.
    • You know how they had flags to help sell/promote Battleground? Well, aside from all the current superstars waving their flags, we're also treated to The Patriot waving an American flag, and The Iron Sheik and Sgt. Slaughter (during Slaughter's Iraqi sympathizer gimmick) burning a Hulkamania flag.
      Caption: Fuck flags
    • Byron Saxton gets his name misspelled as "Byron Sexton"
      Caption: Ton of sex
    • Michael Cole's face appears on Elvis' TV (as shown in The Itchy & Scratchy Show):
      Cole: Welcome to a new day, welcome to a new era, welcome to a new Michael Cole!
      Elvis: Ah, this show ain't no good. [shoots the TV]
    • "That was like flotting a swy!"
    • Miz vs. Darren Young. Miz attacks Bob Backlund, so Darren Young attacks Miz. Aaaand the ref ends it?
      Caption: [camera focuses on the submission hold] Wait wait what the fuck is this?
      [cut to footage of Bob Backlund demonstrating the Crossface Chickenwing, and him telling Darren Young about it]
      Caption: That ain't a chicken wing, [shows Young applying the submission hold] it's a Cobra Clutch. [shows Sgt. Slaughter applying it] No wonder you didn't win.
    • Sami Zayn's not talking to anyone.
    • Zack Ryder goes for a diving elbow drop, but slips on the ropes and falls. Lampshaded by Ryder himself on Twitter: "Now I know how the Shockmaster felt..."
    • The debut of Yuri and Vladamir Goryenko
    • Martin Kirby's Zoidberg Elbow, walked from the corner along the center rope to the center. And Kirby slips. And he still misses.
      Commentator: I think [the ropes] are a bit too greasy from when Damion Doan was in the ring.
    • PWG vs. The Fans. First, Chris Hero and his opponent, Jack Evans, get whipped into the fans. A fan sends Evans back to Hero. Then he, Hero, and The Human Tornado all collide with another fan. And then Tornado throws a chair across the room and brains a third fan right in the head.
    • The endings:
      • WWE Universal: A Raw Championship.
      • Mojo Rawley makes his debut confronting Rusev, apparently forgetting that the last time they met Rusev kicked his ass.
      • "Broken" Matt Hardy's strange shouting and mouth contortions are paired up with some strange One-Woman Wail.
      • WWE Night Court, starring Arn Anderson, Mick Foley, John Laurinaitis, Charles Robinson, Ric Flair, and Diamond Dallas Page.Explanation 
  • #318:
    • Continuing from the previous video, the Freeze-Frame Bonus picture in the "Yapapi!" section of the opening is a... very descriptive sign about Finn Bálor's Estrogen Brigade, this time "held" by Roman Reigns.
    • Bobby Roode's debut on NXT. So, Maffew asks, are they gonna do it?
      Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome, Bobby ROOOOOO [image of Roo appears on screen]
    • SmackDown breaks [cue Windows XP start-up screen]
    • Daniel Bryan has apparently booked Baron Corbin and Kalisto in a match against Apollo Creed. Cue "Living in America." Made more hilarious when Bryan noticed it and apologized for it.
      Bryan: I just watched Creed! It happens!
    • "No one's checking the Twitter names," leading to accounts called "FukItUpTuk" and "HornyVaginaMilk" appearing in Talking Smack's crawl.
    • Eva Marie is billed as the 2013 Diva Search winner. Wikipedia disagrees, reporting that there was no documented Diva Search held in 2013.note 
    • Recreating the infamous throw-the-chairs-into-the-ring spot from ECW. Talk about a liability nightmare.
    • Sami Callihan's slip and fall is made even worse thanks to Sonic the Hedgehog music and sound effects.
    • When microphones don't work. "That one's for you, Maffew!" *Botchamania chants to kill the mood*
    • The endings:
      • ♫ Ah, ha, YETAI, wanna be my lover ♫
      • RG found TM61!Explanation  What does it do? Will-o-Wisp!
        Matt Hardy: [distorted] BROTHER NEEE-ROOOOO~
        The opposing Wiperseed DELETED itself!
      • A line drive to center field ends with the outfielder running smack into the wall...and into The Shockmaster's legendary entrance.
      • People sending in endings are getting a lot of mileage out of The Rock honking at Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall, and Kevin Nash.
  • #319:
    • The opening is done by Troma Inc. owner and creator of The Toxic Avenger, Lloyd Kaufman. It goes fine enough, until just after he gets T-shirts rained on him.
      Lloyd: And now, we have to get a "Maffew of Botchamania sex tape"—immediately!
      Caption: Jesus Christ, no
      Lloyd: That's your job!
      Blonde woman: I'll wor—I'll get right on that.
      Lloyd: [looks into the camera] that thing working?
    • The intro has a Freeze-Frame Bonus of "Cena and Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games"
    • Seth Rollins vs. a fan. The official broadcast held on Seth's face as the fan ran in, while fancam footage showed him having to step back and watch security restrain and drag the fan off.
    • An indy wrestler goes to do a corner move to a seated opponent...only to launch his own ass clear out of the ring.
    • Neville trips over the beat drop.
    • Lana's accent slips. And she then invites the crowd to experience true love. Cue GoldenEye (1997) on the Titantron.
    • "What the fuck is the ECW Hardcore title?", complete with Roman Reigns' puzzled face.
    • Tajiri makes friends. He throws/slides chairs over a table, which promptly launch themselves into the faces of fans in the front row.
    • A lot of fans sent in footage from a WCPW show. Simon Miller has trouble pronouncing the name of the Masked Luchador El Ligero (Ligerio, Ligaro...). When pronounced properly, his commentary partner King Ross declares that there is indeed a god.
    • The endings:
      • Dramatization—May Not Have Happened. Stone Cold's podcast is edited to sound like Dean Ambrose is just muttering and ignoring Stone Cold's questions, and generally acting like The Ditz.
      • In a different ending, he admits he was some stuff in high school that he shouldn't've been into and shouldn't talk about. The screen behind him and Stone Cold shows the 4chan logo.
      • Ryback records a selfie-video of himself talking about his departure from WWE. Cue Homer Simpson hitting a chestnut tree.
      • How it feels to chew 5 gum: GLORIOUS! [cue Shockmaster intro]
      • Hillary Clinton does Stone Cold's entrance.
      • Wrestlers' confrontations with cops and/or security are set to...well, the opening to COPS
      • The Rock and Kevin Nash in Green Acres
        The Rock: [honk-honk!]

    Botchamania 321–330 
  • #321:
    • Stephanie McMahon tells Raw that they're on their way to crowning the first ever WWE Universal Champion.
      [intercut of Finn Bálor taking the WWE Universal Championship title as "Don't You (Forget About Me)" cues up]
      Caption: Bloody hell, Steph, it was only a week ago
      Sub-Caption: And you were there
    • During a match against Darren Young, Titus O'Neal starts talking trash to him ("HE OWE ME, BOB!") Then the audio is muted, noted by the *Benoit* caption, but Maffew clears things up:
      Caption: He didn't swear, WWE are censoring his promos
    • Steph speaks to her keypad (as in, she's not actually on the phone, she's just pretending she is)
    • Subliminal text during Seth Rollins' titantron. "Sgt. Slaughter"
    • "Our enemies hide in METAL BOXES, THE FOOLS!" The smack in the face with a box of tissues clearly wasn't planned. Better improvise!
    • Joe Hendry "kicks out".
    • Battle Royale in Singapore (held at Madison Square Gardens by the Bay) goes a bit "paiseh" (bad). One wrestler tries to low-bridge while another throws out a third. That wrestler instead bounces off the ropes and crashes back into the ring, causing a double Face Palm from the second guy. Cue "Botchamania" chant.
      Caption: Jesus, even in Singapore?
    • During a house show, The Big Show tries a Vader Splash from the second rope. The rope breaks. Like, completely off.
    • Another glorious, glorious promo from The Iron Sheik. And Mean Gene corpses.
      • Gene goes two for two during a promo with Mr. Wonderful Paul Orndorff.
    • The endings:
      • The Shawshank Redemption becomes GLORIOUS!
      • James Bond chimes in:
        Bond: All you need for an audience...who's strangling the cat.
        Valentin: ...strangling the cat?
        Irina: BRIE MOOODE—
        Caption: If I hear that fucking song one more time
        Valentin: [shoots at James Bond's crotch] IRINA! Take a hike!
  • 322:
    • The intro has Hulk Hogan's bits accented with the caption "I KILLED GAWKER"
    • ICW Fight Club plays with one of its Running Gags...
      Announcer: The following contest is scheduled for one fall...
      Crowd: [holds up one finger] ONE FALL!
      Announcer: No it's not.
      [Beat, followed by "YOU FUCKED UP" chants from the crowd]
    • One wrestler tries to do a Coast-to-Coast spot on his opponent, who has a chair posted over him. He can't make the jump, falls short, and takes a header right into the chair. Even the referee falls over in sympathy.
    • CWC Finals: Proofreading is for heavyweights.
    • Cameraman Corpsing? SEND FOR THE MEXICAN!
    • ECW had its issues with promos, too...and to quote Paul Heyman, "Why does everyone's first lines on camera have to be 'fuck you!'?"
      • Terry Funk tries to cut a promo:
        Terry Funk: [off-camera] GOD DAMN IT FUCKING BE QUIET!
        Cactus Jack: Please?
      • The FBI randomly kicks down a light rig.
      • Mick Foley accidentally crashes Stevie Richards and The Blue Meanie's promo.
        Stevie: COME ON, Mick!
      • Even "The Franchise" Shane Douglas has his moments:
        Shane: You think you know what's going on in this business? Well Bam Bam Bigelow will tell you exactly what the fuck is going on with this angle.
        [he, Bam Bam, and Francine all look at one another before Corpsing]
        Bam Bam: Made me waste my gum, man!
      • You thought Sabu was The Voiceless, right?
        Paul Heyman: The doctor said you can't wrestle, Fonzy said you ca—
        Sabu: FUCK YOU
        Heyman: ...don't say "fuck you"! You never talk! [everyone holding back Sabu starts laughing] You never talk! Now you're talking?!
      • Lance Storm and Justin Credible chime in, too...
        Lance Storm: We already took out "The Franchise" Shane Douglas...
        Justin Credible: [does the Franchise's pose]
        Lance: We already took out Tommy Dreamer...
        Justin: [does Sabu's pose]
        [Justin realizes his mistake and falls over laughing]
    • Sting talks to JBL about days of WCW past...and a graphic pops up reading: "Starrcade 1997 drew an amazing 1.9 million pay-per-view buys, which was a WCW record best". What happens next would be bad enough even without the dog-barking rendition of Megalovania that cues up:
      Caption: Wait, what?
      1.9 Buy-rate doesn't mean 1.9 million buys
      1.9 in 1997: 650,000 to 700,000 buys
      Not 100% accurate, but it's definitely not 1.9 million
      [picture of Scott Steiner pops up in the corner]
      Numbaz Don't Lie
    • EC3 and Chuck Taylor discuss EC3 vs. Chuck Taylor. They decide to beat up the ref, who goes from selling a beautiful Stone Cold Stunner to two utter "dogshit" Rock Bottoms.
    • The Endings:

    Botchamania 331–340 
  • #331:
    • The intro for the WWE PPV Roadblock: End of the Line is done by mashing up soundbites fro Robot Wars (for the Roadblock part) and The Simpsons episode "Lost Our Lisa" (the Jerkass bus driver that says to Lisa "End of the line!").
    • Kevin Owens goes for a Frog Splash on a table, and the table doesn't break. Cue Tweets appearing on the chyron of the screen reading "I AM THE TABLE".
    • "Hi, Billy Mays here with the Handy Switch! The new wireless light switch that lets you control any lamp!" Cue the lights on Booker T's analyst's table going off.
      Booker T: Is the Boogeyman back?!
    • Mick Foley goes for his Cheap Pop with a "Right here, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania!"... except that they're in Columbus, Ohio. When Kevin Owens and Chris Jericho go to lampshade it, they end up talking at the same time over each other, making an incoherent mess.
      Owens: You talk. I talked over you, I'm very sorry.
      Jericho: I just said that everybody knows that Pittsburgh is better than Columbus anyways!
      Owens: You and I think the same, two peas in a pod.
    • During a Cruiserweight match, the two wrestlers are laid on the outside receiving the count. Somebody then says "This is how Rocky II ended!" One of them manages to reach the ring, but the count reached ten by then.
      Caption: Except it goes to a draw so it's Rocky V (shite)
    • The ICW announcer goes for a Stunner. It doesn't go very well.
      ICW Announcer: That went really well.
    • The endings:
  • #338:
  • #339:
    • One very peculiar Mondegreen Gag from Dean Ambrose turns "I love black eyes" into "I love black guys"
      Marge: He prefers the company of— black guys!
      Homer: Who doesn't?
    • One interviewer stammers over his promo so badly he just goes, "Ah, fuck it, do it again" live on camera.
    • Jurn Simmons gets upset at the lack of a pop.
      Jurn: I walked in, you guys no-sold it. What the fuck?
    • The endings:
  • #340:
    • A fan tries to take a selfie with a wrestler in the middle of the match (when they're fighting in the crowd). The wrestler's opponent wallops him with a chair.
    • Nikita Koloff gets attacked by Dick Murdoch and his partner Balls Spillage. Luckily, Dusty Rhodes has the goddamn common courtesy to give him a reach-around.
    • A guy cosplaying as a young Mick Foley power-bombs his opponent through a table. Whoopsie, it's a French table!
    • Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens both get jobbed out by a biracial French-Japanese table.
      Palpatine: Are you threatening me, Master Jedi?
      Mace Windu: The senate will decide your fate.
      Palpatine: I am
    • Turns out this particular Corpsing fit is not Mean Gene's fault!
    • The endings:

    Botchamania 341–350 
  • #346:
    • One of the endings goes over how Homer Simpson is also a Real American
      ♫ When it comes crashing downnote  and it hurts insidenote 
      ♫ You gotta take a standnote , it don't help to hidenote 
      ♫ Well you hurt my friendsnote , and you hurt my pridenote 
      ♫ I gotta be a mannote , I can't let it slide!note 
      ♫ I am a Real Americannote 
      ♫ Fight for the rights of every mannote 
      ♫ I am a Real Americannote 
      ♫ Fight for what's rightnote , fight for your life!note 
      ♫ *riff* ♫]]note 
  • #348:
    • At Battleground 2017, flags are supposed on be podiums in the entranceway so wrestlers can bring them to the ring, but the production crew forgot Rusev's. So, a "tech monkey" sneaks it to the ring, and everything was OK. ("Apart from the match which was shite.")
    • Kurt Angle: "So no blows tonight, and let's fuck forward to SummerSlam— Let's look forward to SummerSlam."
      • Also, Paul Heyman's reaction to the previous mistake.
    • "Bliss is in Bliss": Alexa Bliss corpsing? Send for the man!
    • Kazuchika Okada corpsing? Send for the Randymaker!
    • The endings:
  • #349:
    • Not even Lucha Underground is safe of Japanese tables.
    • Maffew goes to a ICW show and gets beaned by a wrestler, Mike Bird, with a roll of ticker tape.
    • On a Jinder Mahal match:
      John "Bradshaw" Layfield: You don't have the Singh Brothers here, you don't have the Great Khali here. Like Gilligan, you're all alone on an island.
      [shows a shot of Gilligan alongside the castaways]
      Caption: I'm not American and even I know Gilligan wasn't alone.
      [cue a shot from a drinking competition of JBL drinking]
      Caption: *GLUG GLUG*
    • The episode shows the match between Shinsuke Nakamura and John Cena in which Nakamura accidentally dropped Cena on his neck. "Luckily, my neck broke the fall."
    • WrestleCircus' Christi Jaynes and Rachael Ellering shoot on each other. Not in the "hit each other very hard" sense, but in the "do not cooperate with each other, match grinds to a halt" sence.
      Gordon Cole: What the hell?
    • Simon Gotch says in a shoot interview how the Vaudevillains' first promo was supposed to be like a silent film, but someone forgot to edit it and kept the audio in.
    • Stevie Ray says in a shoot interview how, during Big T vs. Booker match at WCW SuperBrawl X, Big T completely forgot his spots, and Stevie and Booker had to hide they were Corpsing from the camera.
    • The endings:
  • #350:
    • Matt Cross vs. Son of Havoc vs. ring ropes.
      Caption: Match continued. Son of Havoc won via Second Rope Star Press.
    • "Kids try to grab some Bliss": After Nia Jax carries Alexa Bliss on her shoulders after a match, a kid tries to touch Bliss' ass. Jax and a fan are clearly shocked.
    • At SummerSlam 2017, doors opened at 5 PM. First match was at 5:30 PM.
      Caption: Kickoff show is enjoyed by literally dozens.
    • Of course Cesaro tearing a beachball off with his bare hands at SummerSlam 2017 is in this episode.
    • "Bad mic for a bad promo": Baron Corbin's mic gets cut off intermittently during a underwhelming promo.
    • When Corey Graves says that Brock Lesnar has been "evacuated" during his SummerSlam match, this clip about the proper use of the word "evacuate" from The Wire is shown.
    • "Is there anyone out there who still isn't clear about what doing drugs does? Okay, last time. (An Eat Defeat from one of the participants of the Mae Young Classic is shown) This is your brain. (An Eat Defeat from Enzo Amore is shown) This is drugs."
    • The return of JYYYEEEZUS!!!, complete with Conan O'Brien knocking down his mic to introducing it.
    • "Slick" Johnson hits a fan with his cane after the fan throws him garbage.
      SFX: "Begone, THOT!!!"
    • Tony Schiavone corpsing about Kevin Nash mocking Larry Zbyszko about his shirts using a line from Caddyshack? Send for the man!
    • The endings:

    Botchamania 351–360 

    Botchamania 361–370 

     Botchamania 371–380 
  • #372: The Monday Night Wars, as told by Tom and Jerry.
  • #375: Cody Rhodes's story at Starrcast about one time when Ted DiBiase Jr. got angry at the botched finish of a match that deprived him of picking the win. All that matters is that according to Cody's story, an angry Ted told Vince McMahon that the referee was trying to "FUCK ON ME!!!"
  • #376: One of the endings: "Take it today / Forget about the check / We'll get hell to pay / Have a— FUCK ON ME!!!"
  • #377: The montage of AJ Styles getting hit in the balls, set to the 1812 Overture.
  • #378: After the usual ending screen comes up, The Stinger for the episode has a siren and a "Challenger Approaches" sign appear alongside the logo of Botch Club.Context 
  • #379: The WWE Network's treasure trove of archive footage has a lucky side-effect: The triumphant return of HERE COMES MONGO!!!
  • #380:
    • Cathy Kelly and Peyton Royce corpsing? Send for the Man!... "The Man" Becky Lynch, that is.
      • Made more hilarious after showing Sasha Banks also corpsing:
        Oh wait Becky's already been on the show
        [shows Becky discussing with an official to enter the Women's Royal Rumble]
        Fuck it
        Send for The Man again
      • Even more hilarious, Becky being used for the "Send for the Man" gag actually became a Running Gag afterwards.

     Botchamania 381–390 

     Botchamania 391–400 

     Botchamania 401–410 
  • #402
    • Justin Roberts goes to introduce Kip Sabian and botches the pronounciation of Norfolk as "Nor-fook". Tom Campbell of Cultaholic corrects him thus:
      Tom: Norfolk. As in, "Nor-folk-ing way is Kip Sabian winning that match."
      [match ends with Sabian losing]
      Tom: See? What did I tell ya?
    • And then Jimmy Havoc showed it to Kip Sabian!
  • #403
    • The "Lego City Emergency Set" ending, where a memetic Lego commercial is re-created with various clips from throughout WWE's history, such as Batista yelling "HEY!", Braun Strowman destroying a car in sped-up reverse to "Build the helicopter", the rescue being shown through Sting being raised up into the rafters, and the fact that the whole thing was kicked off by The Rock shoving Stone Cold Steve Austin into the river.
    • Edge enters to "Don't Stop Believin'", and just as he's about to deliver a spear, the video cuts to black.
  • #406
    • Since this episode was released during the coronavirus pandemic, Maffew replaces the visuals of the intro with a NHS instructional video about correct hand-washing, demonstrating that one can do so in the time it takes for the whole intro to play out. This introduces the show as, "Washamania".
    • The continuing saga of Justin Roberts being unable to pronounce "Norfolk" (once in a manner that accidentally incorporated an F-bomb into the name) escalates with Kip Sabian correcting him as part of a segment...and deliberately getting it wrong as a prank.
      Justin: From Gorleston, NorFACK, England...

     Botchamania 411–420 

     Botchamania 421–430 
  • #430: The episode following the infamous "explosion" at the end of AEW's Revolution 2021 event, it begins with Jackie Gleason's apology for his game show You're in the Picture.
    Gleason: Ladies and gentlemen, last week we did a show called—
    Jim Ross: Revolution!
    Gleason: —that laid without a doubt the biggest bomb in history. [as scenes of the "explosion" are shown] I'm telling you, friends, that I've seen bombs in my day. This would make the H-bomb look like a two-inch salute.
  • #428: J-Rose (a Black ring announcer) declares that the show is about to be 'black as fuck', cue the power going out.

     Botchamania 431–440 
  • #432: While Sonny Kiss is making his entrance, Joey Janela heads over to commentary and starts putting himself and his partner over... only for Taz and Excalibur to have to tell him that the headset he's using isn't connected. Maffew captions Janela's words as '*Drunken muffling*', and when Janela runs off, it's captioned as '*drunks*'.
  • #440:

     Botchamania 441–450 
  • The thumbnail for #441 is a parody of the Russian "HET!" poster promoting teetotalism referencing well-known Straight Edge CM Punk being offered beer by a fan during an AEW show.
  • #445: During the montage of video game signs at wrestling shows, Maffew throws in 'I Love Twinks' and 'Sammy Creampie Me', and then suddenly realises that those are sex signs.
  • #446: A match in Brazil introduces the Brazilian table, aka trying to do a table spot using a plastic table. Complete with its own heavy metal song, Kiss's "War Machine".

     Botchamania 451–460 

     Botchamania Specials 
  • CZWamania 2006: Sonjay Dutt called Jigsaw "Halloween," which everyone started calling him, even the announcer. After Jigsaw corrected him, the announcer followed up with this:
    Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen, I have just been informed that Jigsaw does not have a comeback, but he thinks you're a dick.
  • Steinermania: What do you get when you take Scott Steiner and Triple H's godawful match at Royal Rumble 03 and set it to the tune of "Sneaking" from MGS:VR Missions This.
  • Sincaramania: The massive bust that was Mistico becoming Sin Cara, capped off with the Sin Cara theme:
    Sin Cara, Sin Cara, friendly neighborhood Sin Cara
    Wears a mask, only fights underneath stupid lights
    Look out! Here comes the Sin Cara!

    Can he botch? Listen, jerk: his hurricanrana will never work.
    Jumps the ropes, that was nice! This match was recorded twice.
    Look out! There goes the Sin Cara!

    In the heat of the night, he comes out of the blue
    And with all of his might, he points his finger at YOU!

    Sin Cara, Sin Cara, famous luchadore Sin Cara
    He was blue, now he's red, dropping everybody on their heads
    Look out! Here comes the Sin Cara!
    • Before that, JR's announcement and the "translations" that follow:
      JR: The WWE family has signed an athlete that we believe...
      Caption: We need a new Rey Mysterio Jr.
      JR: ...has the potential...
      Caption: He wears a mask.
      JR: be the next great superstar in WWE.
      Caption: Seriously; Rey's knees are fucked.
      JR: It is someone that, after watching him perform...
      Caption: We watched a music video set to Disturbed.
      JR: ...that I truly believe can become a global cultural icon.
      Caption: Kids love to buy masks.
      JR: It is my esteemed honor...
      Caption: We're gonna fuck CMLL
      JR: announce WWE's newest signing, the international superstar formerly known as Mistico.
      (Mistico enters)
      JR: Now please join me in welcoming the new WWE, Sin Caras.
      Caption: SIN CARAS
    • For whatever reason, Del Rio didn't like Sin Cara. And Del Rio made sure to beat el piss out of him.
  • Botchamania: Let's All Laugh at the Hardys is focused on the complete and utter absurdity that was the "Brother Nero" promo/contract signing between Matt and Jeff Hardy. Complete with lower budget parody filmed by other TNA wrestlers: Ethan Carter III as Matt, Mike Bennett (acting like he has no idea what's going on) as Jeff, Tyrus (the former Brodus Clay) as Reby Sky, and Rockstar Spud as the baby.
    Mike: ...I am speechless.
    Tyrus: So...speechless in a good way?
    Mike: In a "I don't know if that is the greatest thing I've ever seen", or "the absolute worst, and I am dumber for watching it."
    • This introduced the French Tables (tables that fall back upon the wrestlers who go through them).
    • And then came the endings...
    • Volume 2 features such gems as:
      • A parody of the intro of Jackass, complete with the disclaimer read at the beginning by Matt's gardener (which is similar to the show's) and the Minutemen's "Corona".
        Johnny Knoxville: Hi, I'm—
        Matt Hardy: Brother Nero!
        Johnny Knoxville: —welcome to Jackass.
      • Willem Dafoe on "The Final Deletion":
        Special Agent Paul Smecker: For ten seconds, this place was armageddon! Ngaaaa—THERE WAS A FIRE FIGHT!!!
        (Cut to Matt shooting Jeff from across the ring with a Roman Candle assault rifle)
        Jeff: (blocking projectiles with a trash can lid) WHAT'S WRONG WITH YOU?!
        Broken Matt: DELETE! DELETE! DELETE!
        Jeff: (screams as more fireworks rain down on him)
      • Footage of "The Final Deletion" intercut with The Producers reactions to Springtime for Hitler (before the titular song) all set to "SAVE the World"
      • A spoof Neon Genesis Evangelion opening set to a piano rendition of "Cruel Angel Thesis", with plenty of Freeze-Frame Bonus moments:
        Piano Memes
        More Effort in This than TNA's Editing
        What about Jack
      • Continuing a grand tradition, their final a Pokémon battle.
        Matt Hardy Wins!

        Matt Hardy
        Gained 0 exp
        Gained +10 Internet fame

  • After subscribing to the WWE Network, one of the first things Maffew did was "road test" it. In that he cued up the infamous Harlem Heat promo wherein Booker T says "Hulk Hogan, we comin' for YOU, nigga!" In the past it was clumsily dubbed over, if not bleeped out altogether; here he wanted to see if it was left unedited. And indeed, the clip is unedited. This causes Maffew and his buddies to cheer.
  • While a guest on an Internet Darlings Live panel, Steve and Larson from the podcast Steve and Larson's Going In Raw were of the opinion that Bret Hart was the most overrated champion of all time. Like with Dolph Ziggler name-checking Botchamania on Raw, Maffew reacted like he was having a coronary. (The rest of the panel was not much better.) And when they said that Lex Luger should've won the championship over him, that's when the wheels came flying off the panel.
  • Another Maffew-having-a-coronary moment came when WWE Network announced plans for "Botch Club", which was pretty much Botchamania but with WWE branding all over it (and all the legal red tape that implied). But when one fan asked Karl Anderson on Twitter if there were plans for more episodes of it, Karl's response was a blunt "I don't think so." Maffew's response was a .gif of Mick Foley running around ringside cheering, hollering, and celebrating.
  • A wrestler by the name of Alex Ohlson was filmed wrestling. What does this have to do with Botchamania? Only the fact that the man has such a striking resemblance to Maffew that many people on the internet actually thought Maffew made his debut as a professional wrestler. Sure, Maffew cleared up the confusion later, but it didn't stop the rest of the IWC from reacting to it. Including slews of people waiting for him to botch just so they could point and laugh at him instead.