Published on 15 January, 2014
|Other sponsors of the Tahdooahnippah match include Wind River Harley-Davidson and Comanche Nation Casino
American Integrated Security Group (AISG) is accustomed to developing and deploying innovative integrated security systems across the nation. But later this month, AISG will be ringside in Oklahoma City hoping to help boxer George ‘Comanche Boy’ Tahdooahnippah deliver a knockout.
Tahdooahnippah – known in the ring as Comanche Boy – is a professional boxer with an impressive record of 31-1-2. He returns to action on Friday, Jan. 24, in Oklahoma City at the Chevrolet Events Center in Bricktown on a card promoted by HD Boxing.
"I'm anxious to get back in the ring and love fighting in Oklahoma City Bricktown," said Tahdooahnippah, who grew up in the southern plains of Oklahoma and is of Comanche and Choctaw Indian descent. "I want to reassure to my fans that this is the beginning of the best to come for Comanche Boy!"
AISG committed to sponsoring Tahdooahnippah as the result of a longtime friendship between the Comanche Boy and AISG Director of Large System Sales/Casino Vertical Paul Lindsey.
“Having been a longtime friend of George’s, I’ve always wanted to support him in his quest to be the best he can be both inside and outside of the ring,” said Lindsey. “His tireless work with the youth in all of Indian Country in Oklahoma is a wonderful example of behaviour we all should model.”
Other sponsors of the Tahdooahnippah match include Wind River Harley-Davidson and Comanche Nation Casino. As an integrator for the gaming industry, and for Indian and reservation casinos, in particular, Lindsey said the sponsorship was also an opportunity to honour Tahdooahnippah’s heritage.
“At AISG we are honoured and blessed to be able to support George, and we are looking forward to being ringside on fight night cheering him on to another victory,” said Lindsey. “Best of luck, Precious!”