‘High-profile' man injured in Ferrari crash in Dallas, police say

Ross Houston
October 10, 2019

According to TMZ, Spence crashed his white Ferrari early Thursday morning and the crash was so violent that he was ejected from the auto.

The crash occurred a little before 3 a.m.in the 500 block of South Riverfront Boulevard, and the vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed, Dallas police said.

There has yet to be any official statement from Errol Spence Jr's team or confirmed reports from the police about the accident.

Police said they're still investigating the cause of the crash, but they noted that the Ferrari was speeding at the time.

The station also reported vehicle hit the center median and flipped multiple times ejecting Spence onto the concrete.

In September, Spence defeated Shawn Porter on a split decision in an enthralling bout to add the WBC welterweight belt to his IBF strap. After defeating Porter, Spence boasts a record of 26-0 and continues to be one of the biggest names in boxing.

Spence is from DeSoto, south of Dallas.

Spence was in intensive care but is expected to live after he crashed his Ferrari overnight. He won the IBF title in 2017 by stopping Kell Brook in England, and he defended it three times, culminating in a one-sided thrashing of undersized Mikey Garcia in March.

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