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* [[Pernell Whitaker vs. Oscar De La Hoya]] for the WBC Welterweight Title
 
* [[Pernell Whitaker vs. Oscar De La Hoya]] for the WBC Welterweight Title
 
* [[Lennox Lewis vs. Oliver McCall (2nd meeting)]] for the WBC Heavyweight Title - ''The bout was stopped as a distraught McCall refused to fight and began crying in the ring.''
 
* [[Lennox Lewis vs. Oliver McCall (2nd meeting)]] for the WBC Heavyweight Title - ''The bout was stopped as a distraught McCall refused to fight and began crying in the ring.''
* [[Oscar De La Hoya vs. Miguel Angel Gonzalez]] for the WBC Light Welterweight Title
 
 
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* [[Michael Moorer vs. Francois Botha]] for the IBF Heavyweight Title
 
* [[Michael Moorer vs. Francois Botha]] for the IBF Heavyweight Title

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World Boxing Hall of Fame Inductee

Name: Mills Lane
Born: 1936-11-12
Birthplace: Georgia, USA
Hometown: Reno, Nevada, USA
Stance: Southpaw
Boxing Record: click
Judging Record: click
Refereeing Record: click
Promoting Record: click

Officiating Record: Referee
Mills Lane Gallery

  • Famous for his trademark phrase, "Let's get it on!"
  • 1960 NCAA Welterweight Champion at the University of Nevada at Reno. Compiled an amateur record of 45-4.
  • Served as Chief Deputy Sheriff and District Attorney for Nevada's Washoe County, and was twice elected District Court Judge there before retiring in 1998.
  • 1997 winner of the James J. Walker Memorial Award
  • Served as referee for over 100 World Title fights
  • Inducted into the World Boxing Hall of Fame, "Expanded Category" (Referees & Judges & Timekeepers)
  • In 2002, Lane suffered a stroke that left his right side paralyzed and made him virtually unable to speak. [1]

Notable Bouts

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1996

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1989