The 20 Greatest Jobbers In Wrestling

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16. Reno Riggins

Reno Riggins

Reno Riggins (born January 13, 1967) is best known for his run as an enhancement talent in the World Wrestling Federation from 1988 to 1995.

Riggins’ most memorable matches were against Randy Savage, Lex Luger, Kamala, Owen Hart, British Bulldog, Ted Dibiase, Mr. Perfect, Rick Rude, and Dino Bravo.


15. “Jumping” Joey Maggs

Jumping Joey Maggs

Joey Maggs is best known for his run as an enhancement talent in World Championship Wrestling from 1989 to 1998, and in the World Wrestling Federation from 1992 to 1994.

Maggs’ most memorable matches were against Eddie Guerrero, Shawn Michaels, Lex Luger, Diamond Dallas Page, Meng, The Four Horsemen, Bam Bam Bigelow, Lord Steven Regal, Ric Flair, and Razor Ramon

“Jumping” Joey Maggs also lost matches to Sid Vicious at WCW Clash Of The Champions 14, and “Stunning” Steve Austin at WCW Clash Of The Champions 15.

His biggest claim to fame came, when he wrestled on 2 WCW PPVs, losing to the team of Big Josh & PN News at WCW Halloween Havoc 1991, and competing in the first ever World War III 60 man Battle Royal at WCW World War III 1995.

Rest in Peace Joey Maggs
July 1969 – October 15, 2006


14. Frankie Williams

Frankie Williams

Frankie Williams is best known for his run as an enhancement talent in the World (Wide) Wrestling Federation from 1975 to 1985.

Williams’ most memorable matches were against Ken Patera, Greg Valentine, Sgt. Slaughter, The Wild Samoans, Ivan Putski, and Don Muraco.

His biggest claim to fame came, when he was a guest on “Rowdy” Roddy Piper’s interview segment ‘Piper’s Pit’.

Rest in Peace Frankie Williams
February 20, 1940 – April 23, 1991

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