When you type "wrestling botch" or "wrestlers who botch the most" into Google, only one name reliably shows up in the related searches below: Sin Cara.
The 'Faceless One' is synonymous with botching at this point. The damage was done long ago by Mistico during the early, weird-lighting period of the character's career. This reputation was cemented in the minds of fans during a match with Curtis Axel when Sin Cara spiked himself during a back flip attempt.
The character's reputation has hardly improved during Hunico's run under the mask. Although he does seem to botch far less frequently than Mistico did.
But let's be fair here. He's hardly the only botch machine in wrestling. Eva Marie comes to mind, although I don't think she wrestled long enough to qualify as a true botch machine. That's something that is earned through years of missteps, mistiming maneuvers, and general incompetence/recklessness in the ring.
So, although Sin Cara should top any list (and every list) of botch machines, let's take a look at some of the other names that belong in the rarified air of the clumsy luchador. Or, at the very least, crumpled on the floor beside him after a bungled plancha.
10. 'Hardwork' Bobby Walker
To see a proper WCW botch machine in action, let's go back to the days of WCW Worldwide.
There, in a goofy little studio, you'd have the dubious privilege of watching Bobby Walker ply his craft in the ring. He was a decent hand when on his game.
Sadly, that wasn't as frequent an occurrence as you'd hope. The real "hard work" was watching him try to get through a match.
Worst botch: He somehow bungled a vertical suplex so badly that his opponent ended up laid out on his shoulders like he was about to deliver Bobby Lashley's Dominator. He then gently put the guy down and made a fruitless pin attempt.