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FFNR 06/29/2010 with John "Iceman" Scully and Terry & Tommy Lane of Let's Get It On Promotions

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This coming Tuesday we have a very special show in store for you. First we will bring on John "The Iceman" Scully, the former super middleweight and light heavyweight contender who has parlayed his in-ring experience into becoming a world class trainer and ESPN boxing analyst [most memorably for ESPN Classic Night at the Fights] as well as author of the highly praised book, "The Iceman Diaries", which detail his life in and out of the ring. Scully is one of the most versed minds on the amateur circuit and is considered an integral part of the development of Ring Magazine #1 light heavyweight as well as pound-for-pound entrant "Bad" Chad Dawson. Also joining us will be Terry Lane of Let's Get It On Promotions. Terry is one of the two sons of the great referee and judge Mills Lane that got into the promoting side of things in 2005 and have quickly made a name for themselves in Reno having built former Contender TV star Jesse Brinkley into a Top 10 ranking at super middleweight and a likely fall fight with IBF champion Lucian Bute. Let's Get It On will be co-promoting a card July 3rd in Reno, Nevada with Top Rank Boxing at the Grand Sierra Resort for the 100th anniversary of the epic battle between Jack Johnson and Jim Jeffries for the heavyweight championship of the world. Slated to appear on the card are former junior flyweight world champion Ulises Solis, Joey Gilbert, and middleweight prospect Brandon Gonzales. Should be a great show. Hosted as usual by FightFanNation.com Northern California correspondent Mark Ortega, FightFanNation.com editor-in-chief and Ring Magazine bilingual correspondent Brent Mateo Alderson and USBA light heavyweight champion Otis "Triple OG" Griffin.

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