A man known as “King” by the ABC affiliate in Seattle has died suddenly in his home. King was 51 years old, the station reports. He was a sports anchor who worked for ABC affiliate KOCO.
King was the first person to die of “unknown causes” on a major television station in the U.S. in over a decade. His death was announced by ABC.
King was originally assigned to the KOCO 7 p.m. news desk, according to his obituary.
The name King was actually a pseudonym for the famous actor, Mike Tyson. So he doesn’t really have any relationship to his real name.
In the new trailer, Mike Tyson is seen sitting in a chair with his head on a pillow and his feet on a desk. He is talking to an old friend. The trailer also has scenes that show him in the studio with cameras clicking away, but it doesnt really give any indication of what he was doing there.
Mike Tyson was not actually killed, but was killed by his ex-wife, Janice. She had been fighting with him for years, and this seemed to be the final straw. She was found dead in their Beverly Hills home from an apparent overdose. While this is not a big deal per se, it does show how serious this was for Mike and his family.
I’m still in shock that he didn’t just let the story disappear. I just watched the trailer and think, “What the hell?” And it’s still hard to believe that someone I knew just a week ago is dead.