Pat Patterson First Openly Gay Wrestling Star Dead At 79
I don’t really know much about Pat Patterson because I don’t follow wrestling, however, he certainly sounds as if he was a trailblazer. And it’s getting huge coverage all over the Internet.
Pro wrestling icon Pat Patterson, the industry’s first openly gay star and a long-time lieutenant of promoter Vince McMahon, has died, officials said Wednesday.
Here’s more. There are so many wonderful, inspiring comments of love and devotion.
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