UPDATE: Late Friday night, Shane del Rosario’s coach Colin Oyama wrote on Facebook, “Start praying people cause we got a shot!”
Shane del Rosario is still on life support in a Newport Beach, Calif. hospital.
A little over three days after he was admitted to Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian after suffering sudden cardiac arrest in his home, del Rosario’s manager Jason House says the 30-year-old’s family is “still hoping” for a miracle.
“Shane continues to cling to life at Hoag hospital in Newport Beach, Calif.,” House told MMAFighting.com via text message. “After arriving at the emergency room in full cardiac arrest on Tuesday morning he was resuscitated to stable rhythm and blood pressure, but has not regained consciousness.
“Doctors believe he may suffer from a rare condition called Long QT Syndrome which is a genetic anomaly that can cause a sudden and life threatening heart rhythm