Middleweight contender, “Comanche Boy” George Tahdooahnippah (32-1-2) bounced back with a 4th round knock out victory over veteran Marteze Logan, Friday, January 24th at the Chevrolet Bricktown Center in Oklahoma City, OK. In a scheduled six round bout, action was one sided, with Tahdooahnippah controlling the pace from the bell with a heavy accumalation of body shots. In round four, Tahdooahnippah connected with a left hook to the body that sent Logan down for the count. “I was happy with my performance, but know that I have more work ahead of me as I battle my way to title contention. I will not rest. I am back in the gym on Monday and ready for my next move from my team,” said Tahdooahnippah. The professional boxing card was brought to you by HD Boxing.
On Friday, January 24th, 2014, popular middleweight contender “Comanche Boy” George Tahdooahnippah (31-1-2) returns to action in downtown Oklahoma City, OK at the Chevrolet Events Center in Bricktown.
The January 24th fight is a glimpse of things to come for Comanche Boy, who plans an eventful year in 2014. “I’m anxious to get back in the ring and love fighting in Oklahoma City Bricktown. Oklahoma City is my second home and no better place to be in Oklahoma than Bricktown,” Tahdooahnippah said. Continue reading
Middleweight contender, “Comanche Boy” George Tahdooahnippah (31-1-2) main event title bout with Thomas Brown (15-4-2) ended in an 8 round split draw Friday, October 4th at the Comanche Nation Casino in Lawton, OK. In a scheduled ten round bout, action was rough, with head clashes throughout the fight, which prompted the ring side physician to call a halt to the fight in the 8th round. The judges’ scores for the bout were 77-75 Tahdooahnippah, 77-75 Brown, and 76-76 draw. Continue reading