Funnier than Val Venis calling Matt Hardy fat, it’s Botchamania 161: Berlyn and The Wall Street Kid.
Ain’t No Love Like Lewanda’s by The OneUps (Toejam and Earl: Panic on Funkotron)
I Quit by Chipocrite
Zombies Ate My Neighbors by This Place Is Haunted
Danimal Across America by Danimal Cannon
The Beginning by Year 200X (Castlevania III)
Bowser’s Castle (Mario Kart: Double Dash!!) by Koji Kondo (Dance Dance Revolution Mario Mix)
Carlitonsp1, The Fizz (again) for the endings
SkyBotch for the VPW stuff.
The Botchamania Forums for suggesting Bam Bam/Knobbs
I tried to include as many of the bands/chiptune artists that played at MAGfest, but that’s an impossible task for a 15 min video. Year 200X get an honorable mention as they complained about not being used in a Botchamania.
Yeah, that’s right BANDS NOW DEMAND THEY GET INCLUDED IN BOTCHAMANIA.
LISTEN TO YEAR 200X, THEY’RE REALLY GOOD. They’re like a less furry version of Rare Candy.
411mania and the readers of PWI both voted TNA Hardcore Justice the worst PPV of 2010. As someone who watched all of them (aside from a few of the ROH ones), that’s a crock of fucking shit. To the people who voted for it: WHAT WERE YOU EXPECTING FROM A TRIBUTE SHOW? I honestly don’t understand 90% of people’s opinions about wrestling anymore, as it feels as if everybody wants to be the next AVGN or Wrestlecrap and choose not do simply watch wrestling. HJ is a good example. One of the only feel-good PPVs of the year (Sabu is great again! Smothers dancing! Dudleys return! Big ol’ celebration in the ring!) and all people can seemingly do is complain about the negatives (They changed the names! Raven/Dreamer sucked! They couldn’t say ”ECW”!). And bare in mind this is coming from the guy who points out wrestling mistakes as a hobby. Fuck, I haven’t been this depressed since I last read Powerslam Magazine.
Anyway, enough of this negativity. The next Botchamania will be an All-Shoot edition, but until then stay safe and happy Windjammers!
-Originally aired August 11, 1984.
-Your hosts are Vince McMahon & Tony Garea.
-This is the first show taped at the Mid-Hudson Civic Center in Poughkeepsie, which would be the home of “Championship Wrestling” for the rest of its run.