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

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Dallas Police have confirmed Spence has been charged with DWI, misdemeanor B.

Apparently DWI can stand for 'driving while intoxicated' or 'driving while impaired.'
 
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DB Cooper

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Apparently Spence posted an update on Instagram on Wednesday night where he referred to himself as a 'savage' for not having suffered any broken bones in the accident. He obviously thought better of it later because it has since been removed.

Some people take a while to get the message. Others never do.
 
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Give it a rest :lol:

Having teeth knocked out and receiving cuts on his face don't help him moving forward.
Hopefully not.
At least he'll get himself a nice new set of those weird fake teeth veneers like Danny Garcia has.

I wonder how bad the cuts are going to be though.. maybe he'll come out with some gnarly scars like the joker
 

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So in the end he had some facial lacerations. So much for seriously injured and in ICU.
 

DBerry

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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.
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.
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).
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.
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.
Since when is a sprained leg not considered an injury?
His career won't be what it could have been. The man hit a light pole and got ejected from a car! That shit is not good for you and I don't expect him to go undefeated for some time like I did before the accident.

I won't be surprised if he has some tougher than expected fights and losses fights we wouldn't expect him to prior to this accident.
You can't compare trees breaking your fall to getting thrown from a vehicle onto asphalt. Trust me Spence got injuries worse than a sprained leg.
I'm not saying it's over I'm saying it's going to have a negative impact on it.

You're right we don't know the injuries, but I know he has a tough road ahead of him. Tell me I'm wrong if he picks up right where he left off and goes undefeated for a few more years.
So what? The man boxes for a living and is at the highest level with belts to defend :lol:

He won't be the same fighter.
You can't compare the two :lol:

He was found lying in the street and is in ICU. Turning out absolutely fine would be him looking just the same in the ring which I highly doubt.
He's lucky he didn't get charged with a dwi. I doubt they will check his system for alcohol too.
I know, but he's the champ. If he would have been in trouble for it I think the press would have said so by now.

His injuries are some cuts on the face. It's a miracle he walked away with only that. I don't know what is worse a leg injury, broken rib, or facial lacerations?
:rofl Fuck’s sake, BongDickhead, you’ve outdone yourself here ...

 
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Like I said, there will be boxers who have received more damage in a fight than he has in this crash.
Shut up already. Why try and rehash a discussion from a week ago? It's meaningless. People can get decapitated in car wrecks and not once has that happened in the ring.
 
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Shut up already. Why try and rehash a discussion from a week ago? It's meaningless. People can get decapitated in car wrecks and not once has that happened in the ring.
Just pointing out your opinion was moronic at the time and even more moronic now.
 

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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.
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.
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.
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.
His career won't be what it could have been. The man hit a light pole and got ejected from a car! That shit is not good for you and I don't expect him to go undefeated for some time like I did before the accident.

I won't be surprised if he has some tougher than expected fights and losses fights we wouldn't expect him to prior to this accident.
I'm not saying it's over I'm saying it's going to have a negative impact on it.

You're right we don't know the injuries, but I know he has a tough road ahead of him. Tell me I'm wrong if he picks up right where he left off and goes undefeated for a few more years.
So what? The man boxes for a living and is at the highest level with belts to defend :lol:

He won't be the same fighter.
You can't compare the two :lol:

He was found lying in the street and is in ICU. Turning out absolutely fine would be him looking just the same in the ring which I highly doubt.
He's lucky he didn't get charged with a dwi. I doubt they will check his system for alcohol too.
Give it a rest :lol:

Having teeth knocked out and receiving cuts on his face don't help him moving forward.
 
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“Mr. Spence has been released from the hospital and will need to address those charges,” Dallas police said about the class B misdemeanor (via ESPN). “As for getting a speed of the vehicle, we will not be getting one. It was a single-car accident with no other criminal charges. Therefore, no reason to get a warrant to pull the [black box] of the vehicle.”

https://www.mmamania.com/2019/10/17/20919528/errol-spence-jr-who-pulled-triple-lindy-ferrari-lived-charged-with-dwi-mma
It will be interesting to see how Spence goes with an insurance claim on the Ferrari - assuming it was insured.

Firstly, it sounds like he was driving under the influence of something. Secondly, some insurance policies have claims reliant on what the black box has recorded and I doubt what it has recorded is going to help his cause.
 
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It will be interesting to see how Spence goes with an insurance claim on the Ferrari - assuming it was insured.

Firstly, it sounds like he was driving under the influence of something. Secondly, some insurance policies have claims reliant on what the black box has recorded and I doubt what it has recorded is going to help his cause.
I would imagine the insurance would be nun and void if he was drinking.

Cars have black boxes these days?
 
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