|Real name||Edward Patrick McAteer|
|Weight(s)||light middle/middle/light heavyweight|
|Born||17 March 1932
|Died||30 April 2009 (aged 77)
|Wins||49 (KO 24)|
|Losses||6 (KO 3)|
Pat "PatMac" McAteer (17 March 1932 — 30 April 2009 (aged 77)) born in Birkenhead was an English professional light middle/middle/light heavyweight boxer of the 1950s who won the British Boxing Board of Control (BBBofC) British middleweight title, and British Empire middleweight title, and was a challenger for the European Boxing Union (EBU) middleweight title against Charles Humez, his professional fighting weight varied from 154 lb (70 kg; 11 st 0 lb), i.e. light middleweight to 161 lb (73 kg; 11 st 7 lb), i.e. light heavyweight.
Pat McAteer was the younger brother of Michael J. "Mick" McAteer (birth registered October→December 1928 (age 88–89) in Birkenhead district), and the boxer William R. "Billy" McAteer (birth registered July→September 1930 (age 86–87) in Birkenhead district), the cousin of the boxer Les McAteer, and the uncle of association (soccer) footballer Jason McAteer.
- Professional boxing record for Pat McAteer from BoxRec
- Image - Pat McAteer
- Video - Pat Mcateer New Middleweight Champion 1955
- Birkenhead boxing legend Pat McAteer’s Lonsdale belt stolen in burglary
- Merseyside Form Boxers Association → The Greats → Pat McAteer
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