One of the great WWE legends, Pat Patterson, has died this December 2. The rock wanted to pay him a nice tribute on social networks.

Pat Patterson, WWE legend, dies and this is the tribute that The Rock has paid him

One of the great WWE legends, Pat Patterson, has died this December 2. The rock wanted to pay him a nice tribute on social networks.

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This December 2 leaves us tragic news in the world of wrestling … The death of Pat Patterson, the legend of WWE and member of the Hall of Fame, at 79 years of age. And we have learned from the beautiful and sincere tribute that The Rock has dedicated to him on his social networks.

The Rock’s tribute to wrestler Pat Patterson in his death

“Pat, we will miss you. a very tough phone call this morning to tell me that a member of our family, Pat Patterson, one of my mentors in wrestling and a figure in our sport has left us. ” And he added: “A Hall of Famer, a true pioneer and one of the brightest I have met in the industry. He’s also responsible for calling Vince McMahon when he was training to be pro and telling him he had to see me on top of the ring. A few weeks later I debuted in my first match in Texas … The rest is history and years later here I am writing this post ”, and ends with a piece of the lyrics of Sinatra’s ‘My way’.

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Pierre Clermont (Montreal, January 19, 1941) better known by his ring name Pat Patterson, was a former Canadian professional wrestler. Pioneer and groundbreaking – he wrestled with red lipstick and came out as gay in the 1970s – he worked for WWE as a creative advisor and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 1996. He passed away on December 2 in Miami at age 79 after a long battle with cancer that he has not been able to overcome. Rest in peace.

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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