Pat Patterson (Dies At 79) Biography: Wiki, Age, Career, Death Cause

Who is Pat Patterson? Pat Patterson Bio/Wiki

The Canadian-American professional wrestler was Pat Patterson. He was employed as a technical consultant and producer by WWE’s professional wrestling promotion. He was born on January 19, 1941, in Ville-Marie, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

On December 2, 2020, Patterson died of cancer at a Miami hospital. He was already 79 years old.


He was 79 years old.


Patterson was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame class of 1996 as the first-ever WWE Intercontinental Champion and founder of the Royal Rumble match.

In 2019, after winning the WWE 24/7 Championship at 78 years old, Patterson became the oldest person to ever win a title in WWE history.

In 1958, Patterson debuted in Montreal, Quebec, wrestling for promoter Sylvio Samson at the Palais des Sports. He played as “Killer” Pat Patterson early in his career.

From 2005 until his death in 2020, he worked backstage as a WWE official.

Patterson Was Gay

Patterson was openly homosexual. He first came out in the early 1970s, but while Jim Ross made some jokes about it in commentary, before the season finale of WWE Legends’ House, which aired June 12, 2014, his sexuality was not openly known or in WWE storylines.

Patterson was described by NBC News as the first openly gay pro wrestling star. He was also described by people as the First Gay Wrestling Star.

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Louie Dondero was his lifelong partner. In WWE Legends‘ Home, Patterson claimed that they were together for 40 years and that on June 28, 1998, the same night as King of the Ring 1998, Dondero died of a heart attack.

How did Pat Patterson Die? (Death Cause)

WWE legend Pat Patterson died at the age of 79. Organization confirmed the news

The company said in a statement on Wednesday. “WWE extends its condolences to Patterson’s family and friends,”

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