Middleweight contender George "Comanche Boy" Tahdooahnippah returns home to the Comanche Nation tonight to face off against Tuscaloosa, Alabama native Gundrick "Sho Gun" King for the vacant NABA Middleweight title. The ten round clash headlines the Comanche Nation's Friday Night Fights, a six-bout evening of world class professional boxing.
Tahdooahnippah is undefeated with an impressive record of 30-0-1 with 22 knockouts while King brings a record of 18-8-0 (11 KOs) into the title bout. Comanche Boy won the first two scraps of his 2012 campaign, most recently dominating Rahman Yusubov over six rounds on April 26 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Riding a two bout-winning streak, Sho Gun enters the title fight against Tahdooahnippah on a roll. In his last outing Gundrick won a unanimous decision over Mikel Williams on August 4 in Mobile, Alabama.
Speaking about the fight, Tahdooahnippah said, "This is a very big fight for me … I'm very happy that it will be broadcast live on [website] Go Fight Live so that Native Americans and fight fans across the country can see me fight.
"King is an ex-college football player, very strong and a southpaw. He's obviously looking to make his name off my undefeated record, but I've prepared very well. We've had a great camp and excellent southpaw sparring."
For those who can attend, the Comanche Nation Casino is located at 402 SE Interstate Drive in Lawton, Oklahoma. Doors on the evening of the event will open at 6:30 p.m. with the first bell at 7:00 p.m. For everyone else, the fight will air live on the Internet at Go Fight Live, GFL.tv. there is a $9.99 pay-per-view charge. Coverage begins at 8 p.m.
For more information, go to ComancheNationCasinos.com.