Boxing Champ Errol Spence Jr. Hospitalized After Ferrari Accident in Dallas

Early Thursday, Welterweight boxing champion Errol Spence Jr. had experienced deadliest accident of his Ferrari while driving in Dallas, but he is supposed to survive, reported by the police.

However, his car crash reason is being investigated by the security officials, according to them, Spence was driving at high rate of speed

Authorities continue to investigate the cause of the crash, they say, but Spence was driving at a high rate of speed on the outer reaches of downtown when he changed direction over a median and flipped his white Ferrari more than one times.

The authorities also revealed that destroy threw out the world champion boxer, who was not wearing a seat belt.

A footage of this unexpected accident showed most of the rear body of the sports car twisted or missing, divulging parts of its engine. The front right fender was peeled back, and the trunk was crumpled and unlock.

Police also told that the 29-year-old boxer is under intensive care. Although is being treated at Methodist Dallas Medical Center, while his fans are praying for his good health.

The spokesman for Premier Boxing Champions, who also represents Spence, explained, “The only info we have is that he’s in the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries,”

Spence also known by his one more recognition “The Truth,” is deemed to be one of the best boxers in the world carrying a record of 26-0. He won 21 fights by knockout.

A 2012 Olympic quarter-finalist, the southpaw has held the IBF welterweight belt since 2017. He became the united champion last month, winning the WBC welterweight title in a split decision against “Showtime” Shawn Porter.

Like a large number of fans, his rival Porter also wished for his speedy recovery after hearing news of his Ferrari smashed badly.

Porter tweeted, “My dad always tells me ‘this boxing thing is a part of your life but it’s not going to last forever. U still have a lot of life to live after that.’ With that, I’m praying for @ErrolSpenceJr & his family because he has a lot of life to live and I pray he recovers quickly & fully,”.


As of August 2019, BoxRec Spence is listed as the world’s fifth best active boxer, pound for pound, while The Ring magazine placed him on sixth and the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board (TBRB) announced his ninth position.

Spence is also listed as the best active welterweight in the world by The Ring and according to the TBRB and BoxRec on second.


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