An insider term in professional wrestling.

A wrestler's entrance is very important--it's the first impression the crowd gets of him. It's usually got catchy music, fireworks and other pyrotechnics, and a lot of other zesty stuff.

A jobber usually gets no entrance. Well, obviously he does get an entrance, since he doesn't get to the ring by osmosis, but it's not shown on television. Usually, after the real wrestler is introduced, the ring announcer will say something like, "And, his opponent, already in the ring, from Cleveland, Jobber Doe."

This has the dual effect of taking all the focus off the jobber (which is what the promotion wants) and also conserving TV time for more important segments.

Wrestlers who are being punished or who the promotion really don't want to succeed might also be given a jobber's entrance.

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