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Tahdooahnippah: “I am going to knock Sneed out!”

George Tahdooahnippah
George Tahdooahnippah

By "Big Dog" Benny Henderson Jr.


Nothing makes fights more interesting than the two combatants who are about to wage war disliking one another before the go round. Especially when the two have a rivalry going. So come August 23rd, at Remington Park in Oklahoma City, OK, fists will fly when George “Comanche Boy” Tahdooahnippah 33-1-2 (24 KO’s) takes on friend turned foe, Tracy Sneed 27-2 (21 KO’s) in a scheduled eight round middleweight match-up. But, to add a little flavor to this fight, the “Comanche Boy” insists, there will be no decision in this match-up strongly telling DHB, “”I’m going to knock Tracy Sneed out!” read on to see what George had to say about his upcoming bout, his career and more, enjoy.

Benny Henderson Jr.: You have the fight coming up the twenty-eighth of this month against Tracy Sneed. Sort of a rivalry. So give the readers your thoughts on that match-up.


George Tahdooahnippah: It is a rivalry. When I first started boxing back in ‘04, I fought on a card he fought on. At the time I felt like he was in his prime. He was a cool guy. He helped me out with a couple of pointers before the fight. but one day I got a phone call from him, I missed his call but he left a message. He was talking smack saying that he heard I was telling people that I could beat him. he said he was going to whip my ass. I was like, wow. So I called him back, and we went back and forth. It was not nothing to me. So he brought it up again, wanting to fight me, this time the finances were right, and we are going to get it on, I am going to put it on him. I am going to put him back into permanent retirement. Tracy Sneed is not on my level, he has never fought anybody like me. And come round one, he is going to know, he is going to go down.

BH: How do your and his styles match-up?

GT:
At times I have sen him fight, he is lazy, he is a lazy fighter. he fought I guy that I knocked out in the first round. He went five rounds with this guy. I just thought he was lazy. He tried to bob and weave. I know I fight pressure, I’m in your face, i am going to be all up on him all night, he will not have time to be lazy fighting me. I am going to be on him. they say styles make fights, but the first round I am going to feel him out, use whatever works and put on the gas.

BH: Let’s talk more about the rivalry, both of you hail from Oklahoma. That has to add a lot of flavor to this fight.

GT:
Oh yes, I do not like him, so that is even more flavor. I am going to let him know at the weigh in and again at the fight that I do not like him. I am going to enjoy hitting him, and knocking him out, because, I am going to knock Tracy Sneed out.

BH: You have had a really respectable career. Your only blemish on your record is a loss to Delvin Rodriguez. But, what did you take away from that loss that you feel is helping you now as a fighter?

GT:
Number one I lost, I had that opportunity to shine and I did not perform. I was drained and I did not have any legs. Coming down on weight had an impact on me. The nerves and weight loss got to me. I learned from it. I knew one day it would happen, but, I did not know it would happen against Delvin Rodriguez. He did not have enough have enough power to knock me out, Grady Brewer has more power than him. I just didn’t have the legs. I am staying at middleweight.

BH: What can the fight fans expect from you come fight night?

GT:
Tracy Sneed, he is not on my level and I am going to let him know. I am going to knock him out, I do not like him and I am going to let him know. I am going to be rough and tough.

BH: Any message to Tracy Sneed using Doghouse Boxing as a platform?

GT:
Tract Sneed is going to fight a real rough and tough Comanche Boy. He has never ever fought anybody like me. I am going to let him know that come August 23rd. I am going to put in on him and I am going to knock him out.



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