August 16, 2009

"Comanche Boy" webisodes

‘Comanche Boy’ documentary a hit

By Sam LaskarisGeorge Tahdooahnippah, Comanche, has been rather successful in the ring.

And now the 30-year-old middleweight boxer is hoping to be a hit online.

Tahdooahnippah has teamed up with his director friend Thomas Yeahpau to create the “Comanche Boy” documentary series. “Comanche Boy” is often the moniker Tahdooahnippah is given when he’s duking it out in the ring.

The episodes, which are expected to be 15 to 20 minutes long, will enable viewers to get a better understanding of what Tahdooahnippah is all about, in and out of the ring.

The inaugural episode in the series was completed in May. It’s available on Tahdooahnippah’s Web site.

Episodes are also expected to be available on YouTube.

Besides footage from some of his fights, there will be candid interviews with the professional boxer, who compiled a rather impressive mark of 18-0-1, including 17 knockouts, in his first 19 bouts.
Comment:  For more on Tahdooahnippah, see Boxers Vie for Middleweight Title and From Tree-Hugger to Boxer.

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