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CRASH & LEARN 

Errol Spence Jr has vowed to ‘prove everybody wrong’ in his first fight since cheating death in a horror car crash.

The Texan defends his unified WBC and IBF welterweight titles in his hometown this weekend.

The homecoming comes a year after he flipped his Ferrari in a high-speed crash which left him in hospital with horrific facial wounds.

Up until that point, the unbeaten champion had been flawless in his 26-0 career.

So following the crash, he has been motivated to prove any doubters who question his mental or physical state wrong.

Spence, 30, told SunSport: “I’m just focussed to prove everybody wrong and go out there and be victorious. 

“Of course I’m hungry because there’s a lot of people doubting me, saying I’ll be a shell of myself, so there’s been an extra umph in this camp.”

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