Welterweight boxing champ Errol Spence Jr. badly damage in high-speed crash

World welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr. is in intensive care in a Dallas hospital after flipping his Ferrari early Thursday.

“Errol was in an accident, and his mother and father are with him on the hospital,” Premier Boxing Champions spokesman Tim Smith advised ESPN. “The medical doctors are monitoring his situation, however his accidents are usually not life-threatening. We can have additional updates because the medical doctors replace his situation. We’re all wishing the perfect for Errol.”

Dallas police mentioned the automotive was touring at a “excessive price of pace” on South Riverfront Boulevard simply earlier than three a.m. CT. when the accident occurred.

“The Ferrari veered left over the centre median onto the southbound lanes and flipped a number of occasions, ejecting the driving force, who was not sporting a seatbelt,” police advised reporters.

Police are nonetheless investigating the crash.

Spence, 29, is from the Dallas suburb of DeSoto. Unbeaten at 26-Zero with 21 knockouts, he gained a cut up determination towards Shawn Porter final month in Los Angeles to unify two 147-pound world titles.