Episode 29: Mills Lane

From 1963 - 1998 boxing's most consistent in-ring presence was Mills Lane. A brash, larger than life personality mixed with his no-nonsense approach made him famous beyond the ring. He would star in a popular MTV show from 1998 - 2002 and his own television show as "Judge" Mills Lane from 1998 - 2001. He refereed some of the most massive events in boxing history and may go down in history as boxing's most famous ref ever.

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