"She doesn't even have any music!"Imagining watching your favorite Professional Wrestling show and your favorite was already in the ring just as the show came back from commercial. It's the jobber entrance, where Jobbers normally get that treatment. However, it became more common place as explained below:
—Christina Von Eerie, PWX 1/28/12
Examples:Brooklyn Brawler, Lanny Poffo and Barry Horowitz), and many of them were small-time local wrestlers hired specifically to put over touring talent. It was also a bit more common in the early to mid Nineties, when RAW was only an hour long. Ever since RAW went to a three-hour format beginning with the 1000th episode on July 23, 2012, it became very common for more wrestlers to get their entrances cut out to make room for more commercials, social media, recaps, and backstage segments. Jobber entrances have also been very common on Smack Down and to a lesser extent, WWE Main Event. It's not as common during WWE Superstars, Saturday Morning Slam, and the PPVs, however most of the participants of the Andre the Giant battle royal at WrestleMania XXX got jobber entrances (thanks to the Rock). The wrestlers that are prone to jobber entrances are the lower mid card and midcard guys (as well as the Divas), (although it has happened that the Main Event guys has had their entrance cut out with the exceptions of John Cena and CM Punk) and local independent talent they bring in for Squash Matches.
WCWThey were actually more known for their jobbers and jobber entrances than the WWF was, which is probably why Goldberg got so over when he was given a jobber entrance and actually did not job.