This blog isn't made to make fun of the following jobbers you will see on this list, but to somewhat pay a tribute to them because without the jobbers, we might not see other bigger superstars shine!
If you know more memorable jobbers that weren't included in this list, feel free to drop a comment below.
Now let's get this started!
Tiger Chung Lee
When he came to the WWF in 1983, Tiger Chung Lee was partnered with Mr. Fuji. But their team didn't last long and then Lee started to job to other wrestlers when they split up.
He would lose to the likes of Hulk Hogan,George Steele,Sgt. Slaughter,and Blackjack Mulligan usually only in 3-5 minutes. He is also very well known for carrying a Singapore cane around but never got to use it that much.
After his release in WWF on 1988, he continued wrestling for AJPW and NJPW. Lee is currently semi-retired.
The Young Stallions
(Paul Roma & Jim Powers)
Despite having good looks and all, The Young Stallions kept jobbing to other tag-teams (even to fellow jobber tag-teams like Los Conquistadors.) They never won the tag-team belts and were stuck in a not-so-charismatic babyface gimmick for the rest of their tag-team run.
They were really there to make other tag-teams look good. Losing to the likes of Hart Foundation,Demolition,Twin Towers,The Bolshiviks,and Fabulous Rougeau Brothers.
Vince actually planned on pushing this team but decided not to anyway because Roma & Powers weren't in good relations at the time backstage. They would win a few matches here and their but mainly on House Shows.
After splitting up they went to singles competition but were still treated as jobbers. Paul Roma would then team up for a while with Hercules Hernandez known as Power & Glory but didn't last too long.
Roma left in 1991 while Powers in 1994 and they were never seen again in WWE.
But around the 80's he was just left alone and would start to job to other bigger superstars. He would lose to the likes of Paul Orndorff,Superstar Billy Graham,Cowboy Bob Orton,and Iron Sheik.
Probably his most memorable moment on his singles run is when he got clawed by Mr. Fuji in a match! After his retirement in 1986, Garea stayed in the WWE as a road agent until today.
Jones was a mid-carder babyface on his run in the WWF but would lose most of his singles matches. Although he would also win a few mainly to lower-card jobbers at the time like Johnny Rodz and Ron Shaw.
S.D. Jones' best run in the WWF was his tag-team with Tony Atlas. They tried to capture the tag-team belts multiple times against Mr. Fuji and Mr. Saito but failed, nonetheless it was still a decent feud.
But probably S.D. Jones is most well known for his infamous 9-second match against King Kong Bundy in WrestleMania, but the real time was actually 25 seconds!
His last appearance in WWF was on 2006 where he inducted his friend; Tony Atlas to the Hall of Fame.
He sadly passed away in 2008.
But when Rex left the company, Moondog Spot became a jobber and never got push like they did to him before.
He would mainly lose to wrestlers being push big at the time like Corporal Kirchner,Ricky Steamboat,Kamala,and Pedro Morales. His most well known match was against Junkyard Dog in the Wrestling Classic.
Spot never rised from being a jobber in his final years in the WWF. He was released then made a few appearances in NWA, he passed away in 2003 after having a heart attack in the ring.
Salvatore "Wildman" Bellomo
He even won against former world champion; "Superstar" Billy Graham!
But in 1984, Bellomo would slowly become a jobber himself after losing a match against Bob Backlund. Since then he would start to lose to other bigger names like Jesse Ventura,Paul Orndorff,and Roddy Piper.
He is best remembered for two things; guesting in Piper's Pit and losing cleanly to Bobby "The Brain" Heenan!
After his release in WWF, he would shortly wrestle in ECW where he wrestled in the first ever match for the ECW Heavyweight Championship which he loss against Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka.
Bellomo continue to wrestle in various indie promotions until retiring fully in 2006. He had a wrestling career of over three decades and is now a trainer in Belgium.
He is mainly seen being squashed by Andre the Giant or being leg dropped by Hulk Hogan. But Rodz is a very good wrestler himself, he usually gets to show his wrestling skills during matches against other jobbers like Manuel Soto,Steve Travis,Pete Sanchez,and S.D. Jones. Just search for those matches in Youtube!
Despite being a jobber for the rest of his career, Rodz has trained some of the biggest stars and legends in wrestling today like; Taz,Tommy Dreamer,Dudley Boyz,Matt Striker,Prince Nana,and Bill DeMott.
He was inducted in the WWE Hall of Fame in 1996 by Arnold Skaaland. He is considered the first jobber to be inducted in the Hall of Fame.
On any promotion he seems to go, Barry Horowitz was always a jobber. He rarely won matches and when he does, the crowd explodes! But despite being a jobber, he has face a lot of the greatest names in pro wrestling ever!
He loss to the likes of Bret Hart,The Undertaker,Ric Flair,Junkyard Dog,and Ultimate Warrior.
But Barry Horowitz's biggest moment of his career is when he defeated Bodydonna Skip, and then JR started to scream "Horowitz wins! Horowitz wins!"
It may not be a "Bah God!" or a "He's Broken in Half!" moment for us, but it is for Barry!
He had a total of 9 wins and 213 losses in his WWF career! He is even considered as the greatest jobber of all time by some, which I can't argue really.
"Iron" Mike Sharpe
Despite having the nickname of "Canada's Greatest Athlete" Mike Sharpe is one of the biggest losers in WWE history having an almost 100% loss record. He only managed to have 8 wins and loss 144 matches!
But despite this, he even managed to become a tag-team partner to freaking Hulk Hogan while touring Japan! His wins are mainly to other jobbers as well like; Barry Horowitz,Sam Houston,Boris Zhukov,Lanny Poffo,and SD Jones.
After his retirement in wrestling he opened up his training school (it is closed now.) Funny enough some of his former students also became jobbers at some point in WWE and WCW like; Simon Dean,Crowbar,and Charlie Haas!
The Brooklyn Brawler
Possibly the most well known jobber of all time; Brooklyn Brawler makes it No. 1 in this list. Steve Lombardi was known for portraying many roles but Brooklyn Brawler was the most memorable one!
Brawler like everybody else in this list was used to promote other uprising superstars, even until recently he loss to the Ryback and Ezekiel Jackson.
He wrestled for WWE until in the Attitude Era, one of his most well known match is when he pinned Triple H in a 3-on-1 Handicap match where he is with Kaientai!
Brawler had a total of 20 wins in his WWE career and loss 266 matches! Even though he has a really bad record, he is still one of the most memorable legends of the 80's and is still with the company until today.
Check out this Art of Wrestling podcast episode featuring Brooklyn Brawler himself, you might enjoy it!