The term "jobber" has been around in wrestling for decades and is often used to describe a wrestler who loses a lot.
While the term is often thrown around by fans, very few wrestlers use the word according to Matt Cardona.
"I hate the term 'jobber' and when somebody uses the term 'jobber.' I hate it. A 'jobber' to me, is Duane Gill before he was Gillberg. That's a jobber. If you're on television, you're not a jobber. Win, lose, or draw, you're not a jobber. I hate internet marks who use that term. It's not a real word. I was in WWE for how long, I don't think anybody in the back calls anyone a 'jobber.' It's an outside looking in term. No one is like, 'Hey Hawkins, you lost 100 times in a row, you jobber!' I think people use it incorrectly. [The boys] don't use it at all. It's internet people and people who think they are smart who use it, and it pisses me off," Cardona said on the Major Wrestling Figure podcast.
Brian Myers added that he thinks the term came from the 80s and is no longer used in wrestling.
Cardona will look to prove he's no jobber at AEW All Out when he teams with Dustin Rhodes, QT Marshall, and Scorpio Sky to take on the Dark Order.
Fightful recently spoke to Matt Cardona for a new interview that will be dropping next week.
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