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#1 Posted on
I would have to go with Chris Jericho, because even though he jobs every week, they still make it seem as if he has a shot at winning so well that you would'nt think that he was a jobber.
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justin credible... did he even won any matches?
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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.44
Easy pick for me: Spike Dudley. He is still making people look great with his selling power, and fans are still at least giving him some reaction (unlike Justin Credible).



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#5 Posted on
My first thought is Jericho.

Gotta give it to Planet Stasiak, though. I seriously don't think he's won a match.



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#6 Posted on
Albert has jobbed to anyone and everyone since the debut of Velocity.



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#7 Posted on
I also put my vote in for Planet Stasiak. The man hasn't won a single match and the poor sap can't even see that he's being made to look like a total tool. If he was smart, he'd bail and take his chances on the Indy circuit, because he'll NEVER get past "jobber".

If you want my vote for best JTTS (Jobber to the Stars), I'll say Spike Dudley, who always makes the best whipping boy. Can't go with Chris Jericho on this one, simply because he's jobbing cleanly to EVERYBODY from Ric Flair down to John Cena. He's somewhere between "jobber" and "JTTS".




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I'd go with Spike, too.



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Hulk Hogan. Anyone can lose time and time again, but no job has had the import of the Hogan devastation by Brock.



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#10 Posted on
Albert last beat Nick Dinsmore on July 20th. But since that hardly counts (since it was Dinsmore's WWE debut), his last victory before that was against Hugh Morrus on May 18. Wow, his last two victories were against a) a guy who still hasn't had another match in the WWE, and b) a guy who has a different name now. Weird. Since Albert seperated from Scotty 2 Hotty in April, he is 3-14 in singles matches.

Chris Jericho has lost 6 singles matches in a row. However, when you consider that his loses can on Raw/Smackdown, as opposed to Velocity/Heat, that means... something. I'm not sure what it is. Chris is 4-10 since May, but his victories are over such low/mid carders as Mark Henry, Faarooq (DAMN!), the Big Valobowski, and John Cena. You'll also notice that all those victories came while he was on Smackdown.

Since he lost the European title in the beginning of May, Spike Dudley is 4-7 in singles matches. He's kind of like Goldust in that he has a lot of tag matches with a main event partner. However, he is 4-3 on Heat, which means he is 0-4 on Raw. Spike has beaten Shawn Stasiak, Steven Richards (twice), and Raven.

Shawn Stasiak has not won a match since his first match back following the roster split, when he beat Tommy Dreamer. That puts him at an incredible 1-15 in singles matches since April. Shawn has lost to such notables as Shelton Benjamin (twice), Sean O'Haire, and Johnny Stamboli. And all those are in the last 6 weeks!

Not counting the 16 seconds he had the hardcore title, Justin Credible has lost every match since coming back after the roster split. That's 0-10 in singles matches, plus two tag losses (along with Steven Richards), one against the Hardy Boyz, the other a handicap match against the Big Show. He has lost to Crash, Sean O'Haire (twice), and Shelton Benjamin, again, all in the last 6 weeks!

I'm curious as to what would happen if Shawn Stasiak met Justin Credible in a match. It would probably have to be a double countout or something.

Other notables: Mike Awesome is 0-5 since the split
Chris Nowinski has lost 5 of his last six matchups (although most have been tag teams)
Funaki is obviously a jobber (1-12, and his victory was over Mike Awesome)
The Hurricane has lost 7 straight singles matches
Mark Henry lost a bunch for a while, but he seems to be on quite the role lately
Rico is 1-5 in singles matches
Stacy Keibler is 0-10 in gimmick (pillow fight, bra and panties, gravy bowl, lingerie) matches
Since he lost the Hardcore title, Steven Richards is 2-11




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#11 Posted on
There is no way in Hell that Jericho is Jobber of the Year. The man held the Undisputed Title for four months and carried the show on his back. Yeah, Yeah, I know he jobbed to Stephanie's dog and StephnH stripped him of what was left of his manhood, but that still doesn't make him a jobber.

Steven Richards hasn't won a match to the best of my recollection.

Christian took a lot of losses this year. Plus a crybaby gimmick which never went anywhere. Whether that has anything to do with DDP retiring or not I don't know. But I doubt there would have been any high profile time slots given to that angle.

Hogan has jobbed to a whole lot of guys, but he also had a run with the title so that takes him out.

Spike has had his share of wins and losses and I agree with him being best JTTS but not biggest jobber.

And last and least is Stasiak. Cool muzac but not an ounce of credibility, IMO, he takes the honor of jobber of the year.





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#12 Posted on
Planet Stasiak has MY vote!

Honorable mentions include Funaki and Stacy Kiebler.





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Jkyle.com says:

Originally posted by Mr. Boffo
Albert last beat Nick Dinsmore on July 20th. But since that hardly counts (since it was Dinsmore's WWE debut), his last victory before that was against Hugh Morrus on May 18. Wow, his last two victories were against a) a guy who still hasn't had another match in the WWE, and b) a guy who has a different name now. Weird. Since Albert seperated from Scotty 2 Hotty in April, he is 3-14 in singles matches.

Chris Jericho has lost 6 singles matches in a row. However, when you consider that his loses can on Raw/Smackdown, as opposed to Velocity/Heat, that means... something. I'm not sure what it is. Chris is 4-10 since May, but his victories are over such low/mid carders as Mark Henry, Faarooq (DAMN!), the Big Valobowski, and John Cena. You'll also notice that all those victories came while he was on Smackdown.

Since he lost the European title in the beginning of May, Spike Dudley is 4-7 in singles matches. He's kind of like Goldust in that he has a lot of tag matches with a main event partner. However, he is 4-3 on Heat, which means he is 0-4 on Raw. Spike has beaten Shawn Stasiak, Steven Richards (twice), and Raven.

Shawn Stasiak has not won a match since his first match back following the roster split, when he beat Tommy Dreamer. That puts him at an incredible 1-15 in singles matches since April. Shawn has lost to such notables as Shelton Benjamin (twice), Sean O'Haire, and Johnny Stamboli. And all those are in the last 6 weeks!

Not counting the 16 seconds he had the hardcore title, Justin Credible has lost every match since coming back after the roster split. That's 0-10 in singles matches, plus two tag losses (along with Steven Richards), one against the Hardy Boyz, the other a handicap match against the Big Show. He has lost to Crash, Sean O'Haire (twice), and Shelton Benjamin, again, all in the last 6 weeks!

I'm curious as to what would happen if Shawn Stasiak met Justin Credible in a match. It would probably have to be a double countout or something.

Other notables: Mike Awesome is 0-5 since the split
Chris Nowinski has lost 5 of his last six matchups (although most have been tag teams)
Funaki is obviously a jobber (1-12, and his victory was over Mike Awesome)
The Hurricane has lost 7 straight singles matches
Mark Henry lost a bunch for a while, but he seems to be on quite the role lately
Rico is 1-5 in singles matches
Stacy Keibler is 0-10 in gimmick (pillow fight, bra and panties, gravy bowl, lingerie) matches
Since he lost the Hardcore title, Steven Richards is 2-11


Credible VS Stasiak is like the Unstoppable Loss hitting the Immovable Job, the universe as we know it would cease to be.

And you're leaving out Funaki's win in the tag match with Kidman.

Finally, my vote goes to Jericho. I personally have no doubt that he'll take the pin in most of his matches. Can't have John Cena lose heat before going down to D Von, no sir.

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#14 Posted on
I'm wondering why so many jobs for the Hurricane? Didn't he have a cruiserweight title a couple months ago? Who did he piss off? I think he has the best moveset variety of anyone.

Also, I'd like to look at Tajiri's record, he's been getting squashed by Mark Henry and it looked like he'd even lose to a one-legged Maven.

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#15 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.52
My vote goes to Shawn Stasiak. As a matter of fact, not only is he (so far) jobber of the year for 2002, he was also jobber of the year for the second half of 2001. Remember when he “jobbed” to such inanimate objects as a suit of armor and a steel garage door?



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#16 Posted on


    Originally posted by skorpio17
    I'm wondering why so many jobs for the Hurricane? Didn't he have a cruiserweight title a couple months ago? Who did he piss off?


Because he can lose match after match and still look good? he has that Kurt Angle quality about him. He loses no heat from the jobs, for whatever reason.




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#17 Posted on
I vote for Y2J.



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#18 Posted on
My vote for Jobber of the Year has to go to Hollywood Hulk Hogan. He's done 3 high profile jobs. The loss to Rock at WM. The loss of the title to Take (thanks DDP). And the loss to Brock. Others may job more, but Hollywood's have been the most important.



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#19 Posted on
Much as it breaks my heart to do this, I'd have to give the nod to Y2J in this category, with Raven following a close second. True, they've managed to eke out a few victories when someone on the booking committee felt like throwing them a bone, but it seems like 98 percent of the time, if you see either one of them in a match, guess whose shoulders will be on the mat at the end?



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I vote for Stacey Kiebler. She's the anti X-Pac, she always jobs.



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