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PBC on Spence- ‘Did not sustain any broken bones’

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PBC on Spence- ‘Did not sustain any broken bones’

Stewart F. House

PBC on Spence- ‘Did not sustain any broken bones’

Errol Spence Jr. was involved in a single-car vehicle crash this morning, and the pressing issue throughout most of the day was the current well being of the unified welterweight champ.

Spence’s state of well being was given an update this evening by his boxing outfit Premier Boxing Champions, and the news was a good one given the nature of the accident.

In tweets let out by Premier Boxing Champions, they gave everyone the good news on Spence’s progress:

“Unified Welterweight Champ @ErrolSpenceJr was involved in a serious, single-car accident early this morning and is being treated at Dallas-area hospital. Spence is awake & responding and his condition is stable. He did not sustain any broken bones—but has some facial lacerations.

He is expected to make a full recovery and is resting with his family by his side. The Spence’s want to thank everyone for their prayers and well wishes and are extremely grateful to the Dallas first responders who rushed to the scene and the doctors who are taking care of him.”

The update on Spence remaining in stable condition is good news to hear. Since the day unfolded, so did the footage of a security camera from a business at the accident scene that shows Spence’s white Ferrari catapulting across the median. The car came to rest in the parking lot of the business just before 3 a.m. Thursday. That fact that Spence is only suffering so far just facial lacerations merely is astonishing.

Local Dallas TV Station CBS 11 further reported that authorities are still investigating whether drugs or alcohol may have been a factor in the crash.

Spence was just recently in action on September 28 in a contest against Shawn Porter that was live on pay-per-view. Spence would come out victorious in the match by split decision.  Hearing that Spence is still in stable condition is a good sign towards hopefully a speedy recovery.

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