Errol Spence Jr., one of the world’s preeminent boxers, is in serious condition after being rushed to a Dallas hospital following a horrific car crash early Thursday morning.
The 29-year-old unified welterweight champion was on his way home from a nightclub when he crashed and flipped his white Ferrari at around 3am near I-30.
The impact of the crash is said to have thrown him out of the white, $300k Ferrari 488 Spider along Riverfront Boulevard in downtown Dallas.
Spence was rushed to Methodist Dallas Medical Center and is expected to survive, according to police.
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Without identifying Spence, police said the driver of the car was not wearing his seatbelt. His identity has since been confirmed by a spokesman for Premiere Boxing Champions, a televised boxing series that produces and distributes Spence’s fights.