That really depends on the type of meats. If it's lean beef, that's perfectly fine. Though sat. fat isn't necessarily an enemy, it's best to keep it under 30% of the meat's calories. It also will result in a heavier patty after cooking, since the less fat, the less lost weight after cooking, the more "filling" it will be.
If it's deli meats, heavily processed stuff like salami, with all it's preservatives as well as the high sat. fat isn't the best choice. Turkey breast or roast beef would be better. Especially if either hasn't been too processed.
Now some may scoff at keeping the fat calories somewhat low, because you need some fats, but it's my opinion that there are better choices as fat than those from animal meat. Surely some is fine, but why eat a burger that is 50/50 when you can have one that is 85/15, tastes just as good, and then enjoy your favorite nuts with it?