Boxing champion seriously injured in Ferrari crash in Texas

High profile man’ involved in major crash in Dallas

High profile man’ involved in major crash in Dallas

Welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr. - the No. 5 ranked pound-for-pound boxer in the world by ESPN - was involved in a one-car crash at approximately 3:00 a.m. Thursday in Downtown Dallas.

Boxing's greatest fighters were the firsts to send well wishes and positive messages to Errol Spence Jr following a serious auto crash the welterweight champion had been involved in.

Last month, the 2012 US Olympian added the WBC welterweight title to his IBF strap with a thrilling split-decision victory over Shawn Porter in Los Angeles. He did not sustain any broken bones-but has some facial lacerations. According to the update, Spence did not suffer any broken bones and is stable.

Security footage has emerged showing the horrifying moment world champion boxer Errol Spence Jr. flipped his Ferrari and was ejected onto the pavement before other cars slowly drove by the wreckage and his injured body without stopping. Police and paramedics were able to get onto the scene right away and now, Spence is in an intensive care unit where he is receiving around-the-clock care.

Authorities have not officially released the identity of the driver but said it was a "high-profile" 29-year-old black male, which matches Spence's description.

"We're all wishing the best for Errol", Smith said. U still have a lot of life to live after that'. Porter said on Twitter he was praying for Spence.

Spence Jr made a name for himself in England in 2017 after claiming a technical knockout win over Kell Brook to become IBF champion. Hearing that Spence is still in stable condition is a good sign towards hopefully a speedy recovery.

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