WBC and IBF Welterweight Champion Errol Spence Jr. is currently in stable condition after his involvement in a car accident on Thursday morning in Dallas, Texas.
The 29-year-old boxer was reportedly traveling northbound at a "high rate of speed" on Riverfront Boulevard near Interstate 80, which is just a few kilometers away from his hometown of Desoto.
He lost control of his Ferrari, leading his car to jump into the opposite lane before flipping numerous times. Spence was also not wearing his seat belt, resulting in him straightly getting ejected out of his car.
Due to the severity of the accident, the paramedics and rescues decided to airlift the boxer to the hospital.
According to the police, they are still inspecting the Ferrari and investigating the cause of the one-car crash. However, they have already noted that the boxer was already driving at a fast speed.
Spence was the only one inside the vehicle. They have found a surveillance video from a bar near the incident location that shows part of the incident before the boxer was thrown from the car.
The boxer's parents are currently with him at the hospital, as confirmed by Tim Smith -- the spokesman for Spence's promoter. Smith also mentioned that the serious injuries he got are not life-threatening, but the boxer still needs to stay at the hospital's intensive care unit.
According to reports, Spence didn't suffer any broken bones. However, doctors are still monitoring his condition to ensure his safety.
Errol Spence -- or "The Truth" as what they call him when he is standing on the boxing ring -- is currently referred to as one of the best boxers in the world.
The boxer has an immaculate record of 26 wins, with 21 knockouts. He won the IBF and WBC welterweight championships against Shawn Porter last month over a split-decision victory in the unification bout.
As the news spread about the accident, members of the boxing community extended their best wishes and messages for Spence on social media. Even his past ring opponents sent well wishes, with Porter as the most recent one.
On Twitter, Porter shared his prayers for the boxer's full and speedy recovery. He mentioned that Spence still have a lot of life to live outside the boxing ring.
In addition, Dallas sports team also sent their thoughts and prayers to Spence. The Texas Rangers posted a photo of the Desoto native along with the 'get well soon' caption, while the Dallas Cowboys also posted on Twitter their best wishes.
Dak Prescott, the quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys, reacted to the accident as well. Prescott called Spence a "true warrior" and expressed his confidence that the World Champion boxer will get out of the ordeal strong. The star QB then sent his well wishes to Spence and his family.