Have you ever wondered what it would be like to spend a day with Don King promoting a prizefight?  Click on the attached You Tube link and you, too, can tag along with Don during today's first press day in St. Louis promoting his history-making June 25 world championship fight card at The Family Arena in St. Charles, Mo., featuring the main event of Devon Alexander vs. Lucas Matthysse and four world championship fights:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gciajihiv1U

It was a typical marathon day for the promoter, who will turn 80 on Aug. 20.  He started at KTVI's 'FOX 2 News in the Morning” at 7 a.m. where he was interviewed by John Brown; visited with McGraw Milhaven at the Big 550 KTRS-AM on his “McGraw in the Morning” radio show; returned to FOX 2 News in the Morning for a wild hour with host Tim Ezell; stopped by “The Charlie Brennan Show” at 1120 KMOX-AM; dropped by “The Press Box” at 590 The Fan KFNS hosted by Martin Kilcoyne and Frank Cusumano (Cusumano also interviewed King for KSDK-TV sports; taped an interview with Charlie Marlow for KTVI-TV FOX 2 sports; sat for an interview with “Real World” star turned KFNS sports talk show host and columnist Ashley Feldman; and finished his day by taping a radio interview at KMJM Majic 104.9 with Tony Scott and Tammy Holland for the “Tony Scott Show.”

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