Sgt. Slaughter Looks Back On Alley Fight With Pat Patterson In Madison Square Garden

WWE Hall of Famer Sgt. Slaughter recently appeared on Under the Ring, where he talked about a number of topics including his rivalry with fellow WWE Hall of Famer Pat Patterson.

Slaughter said, “Pat and I were having all these matches and pretty soon there was never any decisions, so Mr. McMahon Sr. got a little fed up with it and he said, ‘Well, you two are going into a special match.’ And I said, ‘What kind of match?’ And he said, ‘It’s called the alley fight.’ I said, ‘What’s an Alley Fight?’ He says, ‘I don’t know, I’ve never had one before, but I’m going to have one with you two.’”

He also talked about the Alley Fight he had with Patterson in Madison Square Garden.

“We did have the greatest match of all time in Madison Square Garden. Truly an epic battle because there was no referee, as far as I know there was never a match before that without a referee and I don’t think there’s been a match since that match without a referee, and so we ended up battling and battling and battling.”

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