It's a pretty common term in pro wrestling jargon. You have a superior wrestler carrying a lesser talented wrestler to a much better than expected match. For that one match, the bad wrestler looks good, while the good wrestler is praised even more. A common misconception in my eyes for carry jobs is that it's incapable to have a great match that's a carry job with a terrible wrestler. In order to have a really good match, you need too really good wrestlers. So in the case of say, Ultimate Warrior vs Randy Savage (WM 7), there's no way Savage could put on such a great match if Warrior was as bad as some believes him to be. It just so happens that Randy knows how to work with Warrior and that Warrior got to be in a longer than norm match. Mr Kennedy vs Shawn Michaels - Armageddon 2007 The Undertaker vs Batista - Wrestlemania 23 Virtually every Vince McMahon match Kurt Angle vs Shane McMahon - King of the Ring 2001 Chris Benoit vs Orlando Jordan - Great American Bash 2005 Everyone in bold helped their opponent produce a better match than they were able to.