1- Paul Dose – WWF record: 0-5
Big, young, lifeless, shy piece of trash whose wrestling’s career lasted only four months. But his few “performances” were immortal feats of extreme mediocrity.
2- Mario Mancini – WWF record: 0-61
Mario Mancini turned pro about six weeks after his 18th birthday and was the youngest wrestler in the WWF in 1984. Another lifeless fat pure jobber a la Paul Dose. Except that Mancini’s career lasted a lot longer than Paul Dose. But his extreme mediocrity was similar.
3 – Rick Hunter / The Gladiator – WWF record: 0-64
From 1985 to 1988, at the venerable and vulnerable age of 49 years old, with 28 years of pro wrestling experience, weigh in at 237 pounds on a 5’10” frame, double-duty jobber Rick Hunter / The Gladiator jobbed in single as well as tag team competition against many heels and faces of the era. Rick Hunter / The Gladiator almost always gave a good opposition to his opponents – some said that Rick Hunter’s amateur wrestling abilities are on pair with Kurt Angle??? Whatever, the final result was always the same. The grizzled veteran always eated the canvas for the 1-2-3.
4- Hardbody Harrison – WCW record: 0-25
Probably the most, and the only, miss-used competitor here. 5’10”, 185 lbs of twisted steel and sex appeal, from 1996 to 1999, Hardbody Harrison was one of the crappiest jobber in the history of WCW, suffering humiliating defeats to fellow hapless losers like Barry Horowitz, Jim Powers, and Johnny Swinger; and to mid-carders like Glacier, Greg “The Hammer” Valentine, Chavo Guerrero Jr., Kevin Sullivan, Eddie Guerrero, Disco Inferno… But he went on to became, at 35, the charismatic and entertaining 2001 FX World Toughman Champion.