BREAKING!!: Mills Lane Dies: Cause of Death Revealed – 2Rvisionnews

Mills Lane Dies: Cause of Death Revealed

Mills Lane, the legendary boxing referee who is known for coining the phrase “Let's get it on,” has gone away at the age of 85. Mills Lane was known for his contributions to the sport.

Between the decades of the 1970s and the 1990s, Lane held positions as a prosecutor, judge, and referee in the state of Nevada.

In 1997, he served as the referee for the historic second fight between Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield. During this fight, Tyson famously ripped the ear off of Holyfield, which catapulted Tyson into the public consciousness almost instantly.

Lane rose to fame after appearing as the referee in the claymation comedy “Celebrity Death Match” on MTV. The show mocked celebrities and included Lane in the role of judge.

In order to feature in the reality television show “Judge Mills Lane,” in which Lane played the role of an arbitrator, he resigned from his position as a judge. The show ran for a total of three seasons between the years 1998 and 2001.

During his time at the University of Nevada, Lane won the welterweight title in the NCAA and came quite close to being qualified for the Olympics.

Mills Lane Dies: Cause of Death Revealed

Tommy, Lane's son, told the Reno Gazette-Journal that his father, who suffered a stroke 20 years ago, had spent the previous week in hospice care. Tommy shared this information with the newspaper.

In an interview with the newspaper, Tommy Lane stated that “his entire position suffered a dramatic drop.” It didn't take long before they were gone. In the company of his relatives, he had a sense of calm and composure. Lane was joined by his family, which consisted of his wife Kay and their boys Tommy and Terry.

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