Errol Spence Involved in Car Crash; 'Seriously Injured After Being Ejected From Ferrari'

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I was gonna post pics of the car because its a good effort but i didnt know posting pics was different in the lounge.........i cant seem to do it here.

lets hope he did an eddie guerrero and flew clear of the car as it rolled.
 
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Just woke up and found out 5 mins ago. Ejected from the Ferrari, no seatbelt, and the vehicle flipped five times. I could tell for some time that he's been sipping his own Kool aid and just not that responsible. Drunk ringside and hanging out with that loser Broner ringside and at the club.

His career is over and he shouldn't come back, but I can see him coming back if he gets cleared and getting some TKO losses. I really hope he doesn't try to make a comeback.
 
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Just woke up and found out 5 mins ago. Ejected from the Ferrari, no seatbelt, and the vehicle flipped five times. I could tell for some time that he's been sipping his own Kool aid and just not that responsible. Drunk ringside and hanging out with that loser Broner ringside and at the club.

His career is over and he shouldn't come back, but I can see him coming back if he gets cleared and getting some TKO losses. I really hope he doesn't try to make a comeback.
The fuck are you talking about, his careers over? You have no idea
 
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The fuck are you talking about, his careers over? You have no idea
It should be. He got thrown out the Ferrari and we don't even know the injuries. All we know is that they are serious, but not life threatening. His career won't be what it would have been. Should he continue I see a handful of TKO losses before he is forced to retire. He had a good career is hate to see him go on after this wreck.

Had he not been in the wreck he probably could have gone undefeated for years if not retire undefeated.
 
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It should be. He got thrown out the Ferrari and we don't even know the injuries. All we know is that they are serious, but not life threatening. His career won't be what it would have been. Should he continue I see a handful of TKO losses before he is forced to retire. He had a good career is hate to see him go on after this wreck.

Had he not been in the wreck he probably could have gone undefeated for years if not retire undefeated.
He might not have any major injuries for all you know.
 
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Hope he makes a speedy recovery but for the life of me I can not understand why you would not put on a seat belt while driving at such speeds in a fucking Ferrari or any other sports car.
The wreck will change him for the better. Obviously he was drinking or doing some other shit why else would be speeding in a Ferrari at 3am. From what I saw in his Instagram and ringside he was not too responsible (drunk ringside and clubbing with Broner).
 
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He might not have any major injuries for all you know.
Every news outlets is reporting serious injuries. Hitting a light pole with no seatbelt on and getting thrown from your car is going to negatively impact your career and longevity in this sport.
 
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Every news outlets is reporting serious injuries. Hitting a light pole with no seatbelt on and getting thrown from your car is going to negatively impact your career and longevity in this sport.
People have fallen off a step and died.

People have fallen out of an aeroplane and had no injuries.

It's impossible to say the impact this will have on him and his career.
 
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It's impossible to say the impact this will have on him and his career.
Fallen outta an airplane with no injuries? Prove it :lol:

It's going to have a negative impact on his career without a doubt. You will see and for now we can agree to disagree.
 
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He’s damn lucky not to be dead. There’s no reason why he can’t make a full recovery, no reason to say otherwise until we know the extent of his injuries.
 
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Fallen outta an airplane with no injuries? Prove it :lol:

It's going to have a negative impact on his career without a doubt. You will see and for now we can agree to disagree.
How can you say that? You have no idea what his injuries are. Unless you’re talking about a spinal injury there’s not much that you can’t physically recover from.
 
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Fallen outta an airplane with no injuries? Prove it :lol:

It's going to have a negative impact on his career without a doubt. You will see and for now we can agree to disagree.
Flight Sergeant Nicholas Stephen Alkemade (10 December 1922 – 22 June 1987) was a rear gunner in Royal Air Force Avro Lancaster heavy bombers during World War II, who survived—without a parachute—a fall of 18,000 feet (5500 m) when abandoning his out-of-control, burning aircraft over Germany.
Because his parachute had gone up in flames and thus was unserviceable, Alkemade jumped from the aircraft without it, preferring to die by impact rather than burn to death. He fell 18,000 feet (5,500 m) to the ground below.

His fall was broken by pine trees and a soft snow cover on the ground. He was able to move his arms and legs and suffered only a sprained leg.




A stewardess found dead on a £6 million luxury yacht fractured her spine when she fell down a step to her cabin after a night out, an inquest heard.
 
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Flight Sergeant Nicholas Stephen Alkemade (10 December 1922 – 22 June 1987) was a rear gunner in Royal Air Force Avro Lancaster heavy bombers during World War II, who survived—without a parachute—a fall of 18,000 feet (5500 m) when abandoning his out-of-control, burning aircraft over Germany.
Because his parachute had gone up in flames and thus was unserviceable, Alkemade jumped from the aircraft without it, preferring to die by impact rather than burn to death. He fell 18,000 feet (5,500 m) to the ground below.

His fall was broken by pine trees and a soft snow cover on the ground. He was able to move his arms and legs and suffered only a sprained leg.




A stewardess found dead on a £6 million luxury yacht fractured her spine when she fell down a step to her cabin after a night out, an inquest heard.
Since when is a sprained leg not considered an injury?
 
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