Unified welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr just ran into an accident recently. Errol took to Instagram to announce that his car was met with an accident while he was out on the road. Apparently, the perpetrator was a 14-year-old who took his parent’s car and caused the mess.
Errol gave the fans a look at what the accident scene actually looked like. The front portion of the card was absolutely demolished. During the Instagram live session, where the boxing champ shared a glimpse of his destroyed car, let the fans know that the accident happened because the other car disregarded the traffic signal.
Errol Spence on Instagram live just now after emerging unharmed from a car crash in which he was hit by a 14-year-old who took his parents’ car…— Michael Benson (@MichaelBensonn) December 11, 2022
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Although there were no significant or visible injuries on Errol, the champ did reveal that he hurt his leg during the accident. But, thankfully, there weren’t any life-threatening injuries to either Errol or the 14-year-old child who caused the accident.
“He ran the light, f**k my whole shit up,” added Errol Spence Jr. He was also heard having arguments with someone in the crash site. Somebody from the background also can be heard saying that the person in the other car did not even have a driver’s license to their name. Spence Jr‘s car was fully wrecked and he was indeed very lucky to survive the accident.
Errol Spence Jr survived a brutal car crash in 2019
Errol Spence Jr jokingly said that accidents keep happening to him. Some may wonder why the 32-year-old said that. In October 2019, Errol Spence Jr was involved in, perhaps, one of the worst cars crashes in recent memory. He was behind the wheel of his expensive Ferrari 488 Spider. Spence was going at a very high speed in Dallas and he lost control of the vehicle at one point.
Apparently, Errol Spence Jr was intoxicated while driving and it ultimately led to his car rolling on the street and getting demolished. Fortunately for him, Errol Spence Jr was ejected from the vehicle during the crash and it saved his life. Amazingly, Errol went away with only a few small injuries. However, he did suffer from PTSD because of the incident.
Errol Spence Jr currently has a boxing record of 28-0. He is coming off a win against Yordenis Ugas. Errol called out Terence Crawford after the bout.
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