Joe DeGuardia's Star Boxing is proud to present "Comanche Nation's Friday Night Fights" on SEPTEMBER 28. The event features the return of undefeated and world ranked middleweight George "Comanche Boy" Tahdooahnippah at Comanche Nation Casino in Lawton, Oklahoma.
Tahdooahnippah will face off against Tuscaloosa, Alabama's Gundrick "Sho Gun" King in the main event for the NABA Middleweight Title.
FRIDAY NIGHT FIGHTS
WHAT: AN EVENING OF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING
Presented by Star Boxing
WHEN: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2012
WHO NABA Middleweight Title-Ten Rounds
George Tahdooahnippah, 30-0-1 (22KO's), Lawton, OK vs.
Gundrick King, 18-8-0 (11KO's), Tuscaloosa, AL
Abel Perry, 19-7-0 (5KO's), Colorado Springs, CO vs.
Don Mouton, 10-4-0 (8KO's), Houston, TX
Constantin Bejenaru, 0-1-1, Bacau, Romania, vs.
Jamell Williams, 0-5-1, Oklahoma City, OK
Willie Gilbert, 0-0-1, Oklahoma City, OK, vs.
Chris Barnes, Tulsa, OK, 0-1-1
Junior Welterweights-Four Rounds
Rachel Tucker, 1-1-0, Pine Bluff, AK, vs.
Lucretia Carrerlo, 3-9-0, (1KO), Pine Bluff
Super Middleweights-Four Rounds
David Lejuan, 2-0-0 (1KO), Wichita Falls, TX vs.
Ritchie Cherry, 2-4-0 (1KO), Oklahoma City, OK
WHERE: COMANCHE NATION CASINO
402 SE Interstate Drive
Lawton, OK, 73501
Doors 6:30pm, First Bell 7:00pm
Advance tickets priced at $15 for General Admission ($20 day of event) can be purchased through Stub Wire (www.stubwire.com).
Advance tickets priced at $250 for VIP Ringside Seating and $15 for General Admission can be purchased through Stub Wire (www.stubwire.com). The Comanche Nation Casino is located at 402 SE Interstate Drive in Lawton, Oklahoma, 73501. Doors on the evening of the event will open at 6:30pm with the first bell at 7:00pm.
Said DeGuardia, "We're honored to work with the Comanche Nation Casino in our first event promoting George, he's an exciting boxer with an aggressive fan friendly style and we're looking for big things from him starting with this NABA Title bout."
Sporting a record of 30-0-1 with 22 knockouts, the heavy handed "Comanche Boy" returns to the Comanche Nation Casino where he scored one of the finest victories of his eight-year career, a first round knockout of Jimmy Holmes on July 16, 2011, earning the WBC Continental Americas Middleweight Title.
Tahdooahnippah won the first two bouts of his 2012 campaign; most recently dominating Rahman Yusubov over six rounds on April 26 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
A proud Native American Indian and member of the Comanche Nation, Tahdooahnippah is based in Lawton, Oklahoma with his wife and four children. He celebrates each of his fight appearances and victories with the pounding of the Native American drums, the breathtaking display of Native American Fancy War Dancers and the hip hop sounds of his Native American rappers.
Riding a two bout-winning streak, Gundrick enters the title bout against Tahdooahnippah with a record of 18-8-0 (11KO's). In his last outing Gundrick won a unanimous decision over Mikel Williams on August 4 in Mobile, Alabama.
A full slate of exciting undercard bouts for this event will be announced shortly.
For more information on the Comanche Nation Casino, please visit their website atwww.comanchenationcasinos.com
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