The world of wrestling was in mourning in early December 2020 with the passing of Pat Patterson. The WWE Hall of Fame member left us at 79 with an enormous legacy both in and out of the ring and has received multiple honors from the company where he served since 1979.

Precisely, WWE has planned a very special tribute on its streaming platform. According to various specialized sources, the company will release to the public a new documentary that will tell the highlights of Patterson’s career, in addition to presenting various testimonies from family, friends, and people who have known him closely.

Pat Patterson and those who knew him best will look back on the path that HE had to travel to reach the top of sports entertainment, clarifies the synopsis that reads on WWE  From growing up as a poor boy from Montreal, to his encounter with fame in San Francisco and New York, working side by side with Vince McMahon. Pat became one of the most recognized creatives behind the biggest moments in the world. WWE history.

My Way: The Life and Legacy of Pat Patterson will be released on January 24 through WWE Network exclusively. This is not the first time that WWE has dedicated part of its programming to honoring the memory of its Hall of Fame member. In addition to the videos featured on RAW, SmackDown, and NXT following his passing, the company held a special match between intercontinental champions on the December 5, 2020 episode of Friday Night SmackDown.