10 of WWE's Greatest Jobbers of All Time
Many jobbers in professional wrestling have a cult-like following. They are paid to do a job – make a champion look good, get beaten up in a matter of minutes. For the majority of them, it’s a labor of love.
Who else would want to lose night after night?
These men made their careers out of losing night after night, on television and in dark matches. And for some, they are just as popular as some of the greats of the 1980s and 1990s.
Here’s a look at 10 of WWE’s greatest jobbers of all time. Yes, there are more, but these 10 stick out as the luckiest losers of all time.
If you are a wrestling fan and lived in the south, you knew who George South was. While he wrestled in WCW and the NWA, South did spend time in the WWE as well.
His claim to fame might be that Ric Flair loved working with him. South may not have been as talented as the main stars on wrestling rosters, but he made heroes look like a million bucks.
South was used as enhancement talent but he always got in some offense and was very good at getting heel heat with the fans.
While in WWE, South worked as a preliminary wrestler.