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[Pat Patterson Gallery]
Wrestler: Pat Patterson
Real Name: Pierre Clemont
Birthday:
Hometown: Montreal, Quebec
Marital Status:
Height & Weight: 6' - 240lbs
Trained by: Pat Gerard
Debut: 1959
Previous Gimmicks: "Pretty Boy" Patterson
Finishing Move: The Sleeper Hold
Favorite Moves:

Notable Fueds:
Pepper Martin
Al Pago Pago
Jim & Jack Dalton
Kazimoto
Bing Kai Lee
Ted DiBiase
Bob Backlund
Bruno Sammartino
Ken Patera
Don Muraco
Sgt Slaughter
Angelo Mosca
Ivan Koloff
Rougeau Brothers
Legion of Doom
Stone Cold
Rikishi
Gerald Brisco

  • 08/09/69--defeated Pedro Morales for the NWA San Francisco U.S. title.
  • 01/??/71--with Billy Graham, defeated Ray Stevens & Peter Maivia for the NWA San Francisco World tag team titles.
  • 02/12/72--defeated Rocky Johnson for the NWA San Francisco U.S. title.
  • 12/06/72--with Rocky Johnson, defeated Lars Anderson & Paul DeMarco for the NWA San Francisco World tag team titles.
  • 04/28/73--defeated The Great Mephisto for the NWA San Francisco U.S. title.
  • 05/02/73--with Rocky Johnson, defeated Kinji Shibuya & Great Mephisto for the NWA San Francisco World tag team titles.
  • 11/??/73--with Rocky Johnson, defeated Kinji Shibuya & Masa Saito for the NWA San Francisco World tag team titles.
  • 06/22/74--with Peter Maivia, defeated Kurt Von Brauner & Karl Von Brauner for the NWA San Francisco World tag team titles.
  • 04/05/75--defeated The Brute for the NWA San Francisco U.S. title.
  • 08/09/75--with Moondog Mayne, defeated The Invaders for the NWA San Francisco World tag team titles.
  • 09/07/75--defeated Angelo Mosca for the NWA San Francisco U.S. title.
  • 10/29/75--with Pedro Morales, defeated The Invaders for the NWA San Francisco World tag team titles.
  • 05/15/76--with Tony Garea, defeated Don Muraco & Invader #1 for the NWA San Francisco World tag team titles.
  • 02/09/77--with Pepper Gomez, defeated Jimmy & Johnny Valiant for the NWA San Francisco World tag team titles.
  • 03/12/77--defeated Alexis Smirnoff in a tournament final for the vacant NWA San Francisco U.S. title.
  • 09/23/78--with Ray Stevens, awarded the AWA World tag team titles.
  • 09/??/79--awarded the first WWF Intercontinental title.
  • 06/02/80--with Raymond Rougeau, defeated Gilles Poisson & Serge Dumont for the Canadian International tag team titles.
  • ??/??/82--with Raymond Rougeau, defeated Pierre Lefebvre & Michel Dubois for the Canadian International tag team titles.
  • ??/??/82--with Pierre Lefebvre, defeated Jacques & Raymond Rougeau for the Canadian International tag team titles.
  • ??/??/82--with Pierre Lefebvre, defeated Jacques & Raymond Rougeau for the Canadian International tag team titles.
  • 09/??/83--with Pierre Lefebvre, defeated Jacques & Raymond Rougeau for the Canadian International tag team titles.
  • 06/19/00--defeated Gerald Brisco for the WWF Hardcore title.


  • In The Beginning - San Fransisco:
  • Pat Patterson wrestled as "Pretty Boy" Patterson, in the early-60's, which included red lipstick, and pink tights..
  • Pat Patterson dominated the San Francisco territory, winning multiple U.S. titles, as well as several tag team titles with Rocky Johnson..
  • Pat Patterson also won the 1975 Cow Palace Battle Royal -- a major event through the 70s..
  • Pat Patterson came back in 1981 to win the final Cow Palace Battle Royal when promoter Roy Shire was closing down the promotion..

    American Wrestling Association:
  • June 6, 1979: Verne Gagne & Mad Dog Vachon defeated Pat Patterson & Ray Stevens for the AWA Tag Team title..

    World Wrestling Federation:
  • 1979: Pat Patterson then joined the WWF, where he was managed by the Grand Wizard..
  • June 19, 1979: Pat Patterson won the WWF North American belt by defeating Ted DiBiase..
  • September 1979: Pat Patterson was awarded the first ever Intercontinental title in a fictional tournament in Rio de Janeiro..
  • ~~~The North American title was retired and replaced by the Intercontinental title..
  • 1980-81: Pat Patterson also started doing some commentary for the WWF after he turned face..
  • Pat Patterson worked for Dino Bravo & Gino Brito's Montreal promotion..
  • 1980: Pat Patterson lost the Intercontinental title to Ken Patera..
  • Pat Patterson began a brutal feud with Sgt Slaughter, one of the biggest heels in the WWF..
  • April 1981 - NY MSG: Pat Patterson vs Sgt. Slaughter series of Boot Camp matches were some of the great WWF matches in the 80s..
  • Early 1980s: Pat Patterson headed back to Montreal to work for International Wrestling..
  • 1984: Pat Patterson officially retired from the ring..

    World Wrestling Federation - The Office:
  • Pat Patterson becomes a WWF Official & Road Agent, as well as part time Booker..
  • 1992: Pat Patterson was one of the figures accused of sexual misconduct, and had to resign from the WWF until things cooled down.
  • Pat Patterson's sexual orientation came out during the sex scandal, but luckily he was not scoffed at by the industry, and was rehired.
  • 1996: Pat Patterson is inducted into the WWF Hall of Fame..
  • Pat Patterson is known for putting finishing touches on the booking of top matches..
  • Pat Patterson is the godfather of Stephanie McMahon..
  • Late 90s: Pat Patterson recieved a lot of TV exposure with Gerald Brisco as Vince McMahon's stooges..
  • March 15, 1999 - RAW: Shane McMahon w/Vince McMahon beat The Legion of Doom (Patterson & Brisco) in a Handicap match..
  • March 22, 1999 - RAW: The REAL Legion of Doom showed up and attacked Patterson & Brisco backstage for mocking them..
  • October 5, 2004: Pat Patterson gives his notice to the WWE and will leave the company after their next PPV (Taboo Tuesday)..
  • ~~~This stems after his comments were published critisizing Triple H being over-pushed and blaming him for the recent slump..
  • October 19, 2004 - Taboo Tuesday: The McMahons threw a "retirement" party in Pat Patterson's honor after the PPV went off air..
  • October 3, 2005 - WWE Homecoming: Pat Patterson participated in a Legends Ceremony which included roughly two dozen Legends..
  • August 7, 2006: Pat Patterson underwent emergency heart surgery to remove a cyst the "size of a baseball" from the main artery.
  • October 13, 2006: Pat Patterson amazingly returned to the WWE as a Road Agent (now called a "Producer")..