For several decades, the Washington Generals are known for their losing streak against the Harlem Globetrotters. Exhibitions or not, the Washington Generals are the worst losers/jobbers in sports history. By November 2003, the Washington Generals all-time record was 342-21227. So what’s better than an Award named after the glorious Washington Generals to celebrate and salute the worst losers in combat sports.
Pro Wrestling: The Mulkeys
|Mulkeymania = 2 pasty white, mullet-headed, chain-smoking, out of shape jobbers|
Before their upset win over fellow jobbers duo The Gladiators (George South & Gary Royal). The Mulkey Brothers were runnin’ wild at 0-180.
Boxing: The Ohio’s Strickland Boxing Dynasty
Jerry Stickland, 13-122 with 78 KO losses at light welterweight?
Ed Strickland, 0-30 with 30 KO losses
Reggie Stickland, the talented one of the family – 66-276 (25 KO losses) Has more losses than any boxer in history.
MMA: Kenneth Allen, 1-31
|He is a loser and he looks like a loser!
MMA record: 1-31
Here below are other prolific boxing losers:
+ Peter Buckley: won 32 (KO 8) + lost 256 (KO 10) + drawn 12 = 300
+ Danny Wofford: won 17 (KO 10) + lost 102 (KO 23) + drawn 2 = 122 http://boxrec.com/list_bouts.php?human_id=1965&cat=boxer
+ Reggie Strickland: won 66 (KO 14) + lost 276 (KO 25) + drawn 17 = 363
+ Ed Strickland: 0-30 with 30 KO losses. Talk about perfection! I’ve got a perfect losing record for u. Look at the guys who he’s fought and got knocked out by a 54 year old Ron Lyle! Probably related to the other jobber on this list.
+ Eric Crumble: won 0 (KO 0) + lost 31 (KO 31) the perfect name for such a loser!
+ Donnie Penelton: won 13 (KO 5) + lost 166 (KO 33) + drawn 6 = 185