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Errol Spence Jr. Suffers His Third Car Crash: An Unlicensed Teenage Motorist Was At Fault

Errol Spence
Errol Spence Jr. Photo credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images

Errol Spence Jr. is a 32-year-old nine-year professional boxing veteran. He has competed in the Welterweight division in the International Boxing Federation, World Boxing Association, and the World Boxing Council throughout his career where he has earned many outstanding titles. Spence has 28 wins and no losses under his belt in his professional boxing career.

Even with the fortunate developments in his professional boxing career, Spence has faced his third misfortune on the road, enduring yet another car crash. This time, an unlicensed teenage motorist caused the crash which totaled his vehicle.

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Details About the Most Recent Crash

A 14-year-old unlicensed motorist was at fault for Errol Spence Jr.’s third car crash. The driver remains unnamed because he is underage. On the evening of Saturday, December 10, 2022, the motorists were driving in opposite directions in a location within Dallas not specified to the public.

The light was already red when the teenage driver ran through it and hit Spence’s vehicle, which was an SUV. If this is the current state of events, Spence may have been attempting to make a left or right turn on another road as the teen motorist sped through the light and collided with Spence head-on.

Spence was not badly injured, but his leg was slightly injured as he reported on his Instagram Live stream (also shared on Twitter) that took place immediately following the car crash.

How Did the Other Two Car Crashes Happen?

Spence experienced his first car crash in the fall of 2019 when he was not wearing a seatbelt while drunk driving. He lost control while driving his Ferrari on South Riverfront Boulevard while traveling the Dallas area, which caused his car to flip multiple times on the side of the road.

The undefeated boxing champion flew from his vehicle because he was not wearing his seatbelt. He had been socially drinking with friends, but he did not sober up for enough time before hitting the road.

In some months after this first almost fatal car crash, a motorist rear-ended Spence while driving, which was his second car crash incident. It brought back painful memories of Spence having been in another crash.

How the Car Crashes Has Affected Spence’s Career

Errol Spence Jr. revealed that he was experiencing PTSD after his second car crash. He admitted that he would imagine a car running into him as he would wait at stoplights, which would make him frightened when driving on the road. However, he continued his boxing career with two appearances in the ring in 2019 before the two crashes, one appearance in late 2020, and his most recent appearance in the spring of 2022.

Errol Spence Jr’s Upcoming Fights

No upcoming fights have been scheduled for Errol Spence Jr. He has yet to go against Terence Crawford, who is one rank above him in the Welterweight division with 39 wins, no losses, and 30 wins by KO compared to Spence’s 22 wins by KO. Fans may be excited to see the top two contenders in the Welterweight division duke it out in the ring.

Spence took the win in his last fight on April 16, 2022, against Yordenis Ugas. The referee put a stop to the fight in the 10th round. Medical professionals examined Ugas’ eyes and he was unable to see from the right one. Therefore, Spence was declared the victor by TKO as Ugas was unable to continue the match.

Final Thoughts

What do you think? Will Errol Spence Jr. eventually go toe-to-toe against Terence Crawford in a future boxing match? Will this be Spence’s last car crash he will ever have to face? Weigh in within the comments section below.