MMA fighter Tyrone Spong caught driving 47 in a 15 MPH school zone

Tyrone Spong is a Surinamese-Dutch professional boxer, MMA fighter, and former kickboxer. He is the current WBC Latino Heavyweight Champion and WBO Latino Heavyweight Champion. In kickboxing, he is the former WFCA Cruiserweight champion and Glory 95kg Slam Champion.

On January 28.2022, Spong was scheduled to fight Bigfoot Silva at EFC 44, but Silva pulled out and was replaced by Sergei Kharitonov, who defeated Spong by technical knockout in the second round.

Spong… has a bit of a lead foot.

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00:29 Traffic stop
05:46 Roadcam

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28 thoughts on “MMA fighter Tyrone Spong caught driving 47 in a 15 MPH school zone

  1. Absolute dickhead driving that fast past a school. The fine should be 10K.

    That said, he was very respectful and polite. Makes a change.

  2. A part of me was hoping to see some MMA action. But the other part of me that likes peaceful police activity is ok with this video.

  3. on his phone speeding in a school zone? He could have killed someone inattentive driving, may be a good fighter, he shouldnt be behind the wheel

  4. Dude obviously going through a school zone to fast is unsafe you know if it was innocently done With no malice or intent then it’s not that big a deal but I find one little tidbit of information very interesting and I seem To see this all the time and what it is in my mind it’s called a contradictory statement so the officer says “no you can sit right there in the car” and then he says in the same exact breath “you can get out” There are two possible reasons for this one they are so used to lying deceiving and switching the story being contradictory almost continuously that he forgot or it was just a Innocent mistake

  5. It's great to see someone who doesn't give the officers a hard time. We usually don't get to see this in these videos. This man made a mistake, owned it, and moved on.

  6. What a gentleman. I'm sure they wish all of their calls go like this. He admits his mistake and doesn't argue, fuss or whine about it.

  7. This is the way it should go down. Respect begets respect. Man up and own your mistakes. Don't blame others. Then peace and prosperity can be enjoyed by all! LOVE! RESPECT!

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