World champion boxer Gervonta Davis 'good' after private plane aborts takeoff

Private plane carrying Gervonta, the world champion boxer, was heading for Las Vegas. It landed at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport just before 2 ET.
According to Mike Jachles (public information officer for Fort Lauderdale), the nose gear of the plane that was carrying four to 10 passengers failed as it was headed down the runway. This caused the pilots' to lose control of the plane's direction. The nose gear collapsed. Fort Lauderdale Fire-Rescue Department arrived to check on the people.

Davis shared the crash on Instagram shortly after it occurred, writing "I'm fine," before adding that it was shaking him.

Davis stated that "for everybody who wants to fly private, it's over with," while going live on Instagram after the crash. "...I am driving or taking a train.

Several of Davis' passengers claimed that the pilots had told them they couldn't control the plane. Davis later posted his stories: "I walk with angels.

Stephen Gollan (the Battalion Chief of Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue) said that no one was taken to a hospital by the crew. Paramedics treated one patient on the spot and refused transport to a hospital.

One runway was closed at the airport as the plane hadn't been removed from the accident site. However, the plane had been defueled.

Federal Aviation Administration sent out a field investigator to the scene, as is usual in any type of incident. Jachles stated that there is no expectation of a National Transportation Safety Board investigation.

ESPN did not immediately return an email to the listed managing agency for the aircraft.