Canadian–American professional wrestler, Pat Patterson who created the “Royal Rumble” has died aged 79.
The death of the legend was revealed in a statement on Wednesday, December 2 by the WWE family on it’s official website.
WWE family said:
“WWE is saddened to learn that Pat Patterson has passed away at the age of 79.
WWE extends its condolences to Patterson’s family and friends.”
Patterson began his career in 1958 in his native Canada before becoming a fixture in the Bay Area for nearly two decades.
Patterson is widely regarded as one of the most creative minds the professional wrestling business has ever known.
He was also the innovator of the Royal Rumble, a reverse battle royal where participants enter the match every 60-120 seconds. Since its first airing as a network TV special in 1988, the event has become one of the staples of WWE’s pay-per-view output.
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