George Tahdooahnippah

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George Tahdooahnippah
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Real nameGeorge Tahdooahnippah
Nickname(s)Comanche Boy
Weight(s)Light Heavyweight
Super Middleweight
Height5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Reach73 in (185 cm)
NationalityUnited States American
Born (1978-12-03) December 3, 1978 (age 40)
Colorado, United States
Boxing record
Total fights42
Wins by KO24
No contests2

George "Comanche Boy" Tahdooahnippah (born December 3, 1978) is an American professional boxer in the Super Middleweight division and is the former World Boxing Council (WBC) Continental America's middleweight and Native American Boxing Council Super Middleweight Champion. He also works as an environment and Diabetes specialist.[1]

Early life[edit]

Tahdooahnippah is a member of the Comanche Nation and is also Choctaw. He won the honor as a Cadet Greco-Roman All-American, placing 7th in the United States. He also represented Oklahoma as an "Oklahoma All Star" and toured Japan before receiving a full wrestling scholarship to Delaware State University.[2]


At the age of 23, he became an amateur kickboxer, winning the North Texas Light Heavyweight title. He was also the runner-up at the 2002 "Sansho-Kickboxing World Championships". He participated in the Original Toughman competition, where he won the light heavyweight championship.

Professional boxing career[edit]

He did not have his first professional boxing match until age 25. He eventually teamed with manager Bobby Dobbs, and has thus far been undefeated in his boxing career. He has worked with world class trainers such as Shadeed Suluki and David Vaughn. He currently trains at the Mad Man Boxing Gym in Elgin, OK.[3]

NABC Super Middleweight Championship[edit]

On September 12, 2008, Tahdooahnippah defeated Jonathan Corn with a seventh round TKO to win the vacant Native American Boxing Council Super Middleweight Championship.[4]

Professional boxing record[edit]

28 Wins (21 knockouts), 0 Losses, 1 Draw
Res. Record Opponent Type Rd., Time Date Location Notes
Win 28-0-1 United States Jimmy Holmes KO 1st (2:28) of 10 July 16, 2011 OklahomaComanche Nation Casino, Lawton, Oklahoma vacant WBC Continental America's championship
Win 27-0-1 United States Thomas Longacre UD 6 of 6 February 25, 2011 OklahomaHard Rock Hotel & Casino, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Win 26-0-1 Mexico Eloy Suarez UD 6 of 6 January 13, 2011 OklahomaRemington Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Win 25-0-1 United States Steve Walker TKO 2 (0:37) of 6 November 12, 2010 OklahomaHard Rock Hotel & Casino, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Win 24-0-1 United States Dezi Ford TKO 1 (2:59) of 6 July 8, 2010 OklahomaRemington Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Win 23-0-1 United States Dave Saunders UD 6 of 6 April 22, 2010 OklahomaCrowne Plaza Hotel, Tulsa, Oklahoma


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  3. ^ "". Archived from the original on 2010-06-19.
  4. ^ "TSS Prospect Watch: George "Comanche Boy" Tahdooahnippah". Archived from the original on 2009-04-21.

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