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Greatest Jobbers

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These guys don't get their dues. Being a jobber is an art form and requires skill and finesse to make your opponent look superior to you, while making yourself look believable even though people know you will lose.

I have to say my favorite jobber of all time is Steve Lombardi, who portrays Doink the Clown and Brooklyn Brawler.

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Rip Rogers. He specialised in putting people over in a believable way. I know he clashed with 'Flyin' Bryan Pillman in WCW a lot around 1990.

The only jobber I know to break through into PPV was Barry Horrowitz in 1995. The WWF really were in trouble back in those days.
 

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the thing with horrowitz is that he did the same thing in every company he was in...so eventually, the novelty of it wore off. that being said, he's probably the best jobber and actually made a character out of it. btw, the hardys were jobbers for a while when they first started...kinda funny how they really moved up from there.
 

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The Brooklyn Brawler is the Patron Saint of Jobbing.

But one of my personal favorites is former ECW Champion Justin Credible.

Oh and there's Paul Roma, that guy who somehow became a fucking Horseman.
 
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