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George Tahdooahnippah

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George Tahdooahnippah  
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Nickname Comanche Boy
Height  5’9
DOB 12/03/78
Age 34
Birth Place Lawton, OK
Stance Orthodox
Pro Record 34-3-3  24 KO
Division Middleweight

Bio Data

Comanche Boy” George Tahdooahnippah is an Native American professional boxer from Lawton, Oklahoma. He is the former WBC Continental Americas Middleweight Champion.  Tahdooahnippah is of Comanche and Choctaw descent.  He is an enrolled member of the Comanche Nation.  He is married with four children.  He holds a Bachelors of Business Administration from Cameron University in Lawton, Oklahoma.  He serves as the Health and Fitness Promotions Coordinator for the Comanche Nation Diabetes Program.  He was chosen for the 2011 Top 40 Under 40 Native Americans in the United States for his efforts and success in Indian Country and received a Goodwill Ambassador Award from the World Boxing Council for his tireless work to help prevent and fight diabetes and being a champion boxer.

Tahdooahnippah began his competitive competition in baseball, football and wrestling.  He continued his football and wrestling throughout his school years and was awarded numerous honors in both.  Tahdooahnippah excelled in wrestling and earned the honors of a Cadet Greco-Roman All-American, placing 7th in the United States.  He won many wrestling titles, including a tour to Japan, representing Oklahoma as an Oklahoma All Star.  His achievements landed him a full wrestling scholarship at Delaware State University.

Tahdooahnippah, at the age of 23, then turned his career into amateur kickboxing.  He won the North Texas Light Heavyweight title and was the Runner-Up at the 2002 Sansho-Kickboxing World Championships.  Tahdooahnippah returned back to Lawton, Oklahoma to fight in the Original Toughman competition.  Tahdooahnippah dominated the competition to win the light heavyweight championship.  It was then he found his calling as a boxer. At the age of 23, he was a late beginner in boxing, but his natural abilities proved he was destined to be a boxer.  He continued to box and train out of a Lawton boxing gym, where he met a professional boxer named, Grady Brewer.  Brewer was a former Toughman champion, turned professional boxer.  Tahdooahnippah went on to win another consecutive Original Toughman competition and qualified to fight in the 2003 Original Toughman Sweet 16 World Championship Finals.

In April 2004, at the age of 25, Tahdooahnippah had his first professional fight and won by TKO in the first round.  Tahdooahnippah’s career was slow during the 2004-2006 years.  He had only 4 fights and remained undefeated.  He made some transitions in his boxing career and teamed up with Manager/Matchmaker Bobby Dobbs.
In April 2007, Tahdooahnippah finally embarked on what he felt, the beginning of his professional boxing career.  He has been featured three times on ESPN2’s Friday Night Fights.  Team Comanche Boy has trained with world class trainers, Shadeed Suluki and Jeff Mayweather, along with old time trainer, David Vaughn.

In September 2008, Tahdooahnippah defeated Jonathan Corn for the vacant Native American Boxing Council Super Middleweight Championship via 7th round TKO.  Tahdooahnippah, with the largest fan base in the Mid West, is accompanied to the ring with Native American dancers in full regalia,  Native American Drum group, and Native American Rappers.  Tahdooahnippah continued to roll through his opposition with a few major fights falling through, until he landed a title fight against Jimmy Holmes for the WBC Continental Americas Middleweight Title.  Comanche Boy won that fight via 2nd round TKO with a devastating left hook to Holmes jaw.

He has recently signed with world class promoter, Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing out of the Bronx, New York.  Tahdooahnippah feels now is the time to show the world what they have never seen, “A real wild Comanche!  No fighter in the world brings what I bring to the ring.”  From the pound of the Native American drum, to the breath taking display of Native American Fancy War Dancers, to the hip hop sounds of his Native American rappers.  Comanche Boy tops it off with his power punching, fan friendly style, knocking his opponents outs.  He then performs his own Comanche victory dance, taking his opponents soul to the creator.  Comanche Boy is here and Star Boxing is going to take him to a world title.