Championship boxer Errol Spence Jr. was reportedly seriously injured on Thursday morning when his Ferrari crossed the median of a Dallas road and rolled over several times. Local news station CBS 11 was at the scene and first reported that Spence was involved, though the Dallas Police Department has yet to confirm.
UPDATE: Sources tell @CBSDFW Pro boxer ERROL SPENCE JR is the “high-profile man” @Dallaspd says was seriously injured after being ejected from the #Ferrari he was driving during a rollover crash on Riverfront Blvd. He was transported hospital, but expected to survive. #BREAKING pic.twitter.com/JjkCP2OcXz
— Madison Sawyer (@MadisonSawyerTV) October 10, 2019
He was reportedly taken to a local hospital in serious condition, but is expected to survive. No information has been released on the extent of his injuries.
Spence, 29, has a 26-0 record with 21 knockouts since his 2012 debut. He won the IBF welterweight title in 2017, and last fought on Sept. 28, when he defeated Shawn Porter in a split decision to become a unified welterweight champion.