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Monday, November 3, 2008
Rest In Peace Shane Ott (Update: See Above)
Shane Ott, a Combat in the Cage champ and IFL competitor, was in a motorcycle accident yesterday and died from his injuries. He was 36-years-old. Ott last fought in March at BCX 4, where he lost via TKO to Carlton Haselrig, but he was always considered one of the East Coast's most-dangerous heavyweights - and with unstoppable takedowns, fierce ground-and-pound, and a plethora of tattoos covering his body, he definitely looked the part. Ott was, however, extremely friendly and approachable, and when asked what it was like to fight in the IFL in only his second professional bout, he would not hesitate in describing how happy it made him to have made his young son so proud. Shane Ott, you will be missed. (Update: see "Shane Ott Still Hanging in There.)
Labels: Carlton Haselrig, Combat in the Cage, IFL, Shane Ott
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Shane you will be missed by all who knew you
Just talked to his family, he pulled through the night and is in critical but stable condition! don't give up on him yet!!!!!
shane has not died he is still fighting for his life. prayers not condolences are needed for him and his family.
I too have spoken to a friend of the family and he is still pulling through!
Still pulling through, keep up the prayers!!!
Shane ott is alive, i just came back from the phila. hospital.I ama friend of family He needs prayers not condolences!!!
This is Johnny C. Shane is in Cridical but stable condition! He is not Dead nor Does he plan on Dying until he is F-CKING OLD AND GREY! Shane is a fighter and we will be talking to him soon.Lets pray for a speedy recovery and keep shane and his FAMILY in our thoughts and prayers!!! SEE YOU SOON BRO.
Shane is alive.
Wednesday 11-19. Shane is awake and talking now, though he is heavily sedated and still in the ICU.
His condition is still critical but stable. Doctors are worrying about infection , that is why Shane is still in the ICU. Shane's speech is improving, probably slurred by the drugs they have him on. Shane lifted his arms , despite his injuries. He talked with his family and even watched a little TV. Shane is making excellent progress in his recovery and he has a very positive attitude towards his situation right now.
There is a Benefit Concert for hom in Reading, PA link to my site for flyer and information:
I was at a 12hour benifit concert four Shane yesterday as were his Parents and family.It was a day of comroderee,fun and relaxation.There were people from all walks of life and many with varied taste in music but one thing kept us there and that was that we all wanted to do something to help Shane and send some possitive vives his way.There were so many bands that they were doing 6 song sets. SHANE WE LOVE YOU AND WANT YOU TO BE WITH US FOR A VERY LONG TIME.
My son is Shane Ott he is 14, turns 15 in July and following in his father's foot steps of being a boxer. This Shane Ott is a legend he looks up too. So when you all hear of Shane Ott boxing again. He didn't come back from the grave, its my son with the same name following in his foot steps.
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