News about Mills Lane, referee

By Madhupriya

December 6,2022

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Lane had a stroke in 2002, and according to his son Tommy, his condition has recently gotten significantly worse before he entered hospice care on Friday. His wife, Kaye, and two sons were present when he passed away in his Reno, Nevada, home.

When did Mills Lane have a stroke?

Attire. Typically, a black bow tie, black pants, black leather shoes, and a white or blue Oxford shirt are worn. Sometimes latex gloves are worn for hygienic reasons. For professional fights, a patch with the logo of the governing body is typically worn on the left breast.

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Lane is most known for both starring in the syndicated court programme Judge Mills Lane and for having officiated numerous important heavyweight championship boxing contests in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s.

Why is Mills Lane famous?

Lane retired from both boxing and his position as a Washoe County judge in 1998. He didn't linger for very long. Soon after, he appeared in Judge Mills Lane, a syndicated television series in which he delivered judgments in his trademark raspy voice. Sadly, Lane experienced a crippling stroke at home in 2002.

Is Judge Mills Lane a real judge?

However, there is a happy ending to this tale because Lane's son informed us that Mills is alive! Sadly, a stroke he had in 2002 caused the 77-year-old Boxing Hall of Famer to slow down a bit, but he is still very much alive today.

Is Mill Lane still alive?

On July 25, 1965, Freddie Mills, a family man, world champion light heavyweight boxer, and owner of a nightclub in Soho, was discovered dead in a mysterious manner inside his automobile behind the establishment.

What happened to Freddie Mills?