AISG Boxer ‘Comanche Boy’ Gets Knockout Victory

January 29, 2014


AISG Boxer ‘Comanche Boy’ Gets Knockout Victory In Oklahoma HD Boxing Event

NEW YORK, (Jan. 29, 2014) – American Integrated Security Group (AISG) – ranked #4 on the 2013 Security Dealer & Integrator Fast50 list – cheered boxer George ‘Comanche Boy’ Tahdooahnippah to a victory at the HD Boxing event in Oklahoma City on Friday, Jan. 24.

aisgshotKnown in the ring as Comanche Boy, Tahdooahnippah got a fourth-round knockout over Marteze Logan in the middleweight fight hosted by the Chevrolet Events Center in Bricktown.  His record has improved to 32-1-2.

This was a comeback event for Tahdooahnippah, who grew up in the southern plains of Oklahoma and is of Comanche and Choctaw Indian descent. AISG sponsored Tahdooahnippah as the result of a longtime friendship between the Comanche Boy and AISG Director of Large System Sales/Casino Paul Lindsey.

“We were also knocked out! George had a great fight and we are thrilled to give him our continued support,” said Lindsey. “It was wonderful to sit ringside with George’s wife, Mia, and his Father, Otis. It was also a great honor to have visited and shared the evening with the Comanche Nation Chairman Wallace Coffey, Tribal Administrator Will Owens, Vice-Chairman Mack Mahsetky, and the many members of the Comanche Nation.”

As an integrator for the gaming industry, and for Indian and reservation casinos, in particular, Lindsey said the sponsorship was an opportunity to honor Tahdooahnippah’s heritage.