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- Acceptable Targets: CZW just can't get a break in Botchamania.
- And the Fandom Rejoiced: Happens when Maffew uploads newer videos during breaks especially when episodes 45-49 were uploaded after a long hiatus..
- Big Name Fan: Jim Cornette.
- Colbert Bump: Played straight with CHIKARA, who now help sponsor Maffew's site.
- Shortly after it was uploaded, Botchamania 173 was removed for copyright violation against CZW LLC. It would be resubmitted a day later with a Take That in place of the questionable footage, but two days after that, DJ Hyde himself apologized and clarified that he appreciates the exposure. It turns out that it was the result of a misunderstanding: CZW's legal arm wrongly called for its removal and wasn't aware that the owner of the company actually approved its use in Botchamania.?Maffew is now allowed to use CZW material pending approval from DJ Hyde on a case-by-case basis.
- Crosses the Line Twice: The ending to Botchamania 157 / 158. Protester attempting suicide via stagedive? Not very funny. Protester attempting suicide via stagedive while overdubbed with New Jack's entrance? Utterly hilarious.
Iron Sheik. *no comment*
- Crowning Music of Awesome: Virtually every Botchamania thanks to a soundtrack heavy on tunes from 80s and 90s video games and remixes thereof.
- Crowning Moment of Funny: Has it's own page
- Ensemble Darkhorse: Mongo, Airhorn Guy, & Sabu.
- Follow the Leader: Videos created in the style of Botchamania include Pricemania, a one-off The Price Is Right video, Soccermania, an ongoing Soccer-themed series, and Pokémania, a dissection of the Pokémon anime.
- Memetic Mutation: "No Selling Table(s)"; tables that don't break on cue are called "Japanese tables" in contrast to the Spanish Announcers Tables that always break.
- Money, Dear Boy: A number of fans have called out Maffew over allegedly selling out to Chikara after showing a full-length ad at the start of Botchamania 174, although Maffew was doing that as far back as 155.
- Squick: A particularly nasty blading incident is featured in a CZW botch in Botchamania 160.
- John Nord's story about Dusty Rhodes in 172.
- Botchamania 125 featured a match with a wrestler named Jay N who repeatedly threw up during the course of match with another wrestler funnily enough Jay N wound up being hit with a DDT on top of a spot where he had just threw up.
- James Mitchell's flash-gun incident in 121.
- The Woobie: Maffew apparently feels some guilt including Sonjay Dutt in Botchamania, saying that he "deserves better" each time he's featured.
- He was also apparently reluctant to include A.R. Fox in 179, as he added text saying "A.R. Fox deliberately makes mistakes to try and make us think he's human."
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