Five Props That Cashed Big at UFC 236

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Five Props is a column featured on after every major MMA event that highlights the biggest underdog prop bets to cash out from that card. Here are five UFC 236 bets that cashed big based on the closing odds from across various sportsbooks.

1) Khalid Taha by Knockout (+875)

In the televised opener, Khalid Taha made quick work of Boston Salmon dropping him within seconds of the start of the fight and finishing him off the on the mat. The stunning knockout was the biggest prop cash of the night at +875.

2) Dustin Poirier by Decision (+800)

In the main event of the evening, Dustin Poirier’s power was the key difference in this bout as he was able to stagger Max Holloway on multiple occasions. Poirier did a good enough of countering Holloway’s aggressive, volume heavy approach to inflict more damage to earn a hard-fought decision and the interim lightweight title. For bettors, Poirier by decision paid out a whopping +800.

3) Brandon Davis by Submission (+775)

Brandon Davis recovered from a poor opening round to turn the tables on Randy Costa to win by submission. Davis, a power puncher, was not expected to be a submission threat in this bout which allowed bettors to get a +775 ticket.

4) Khalil Rountree by Decision (+750)

Khalil Rountree had no problems with Eryk Anders as he dominated the striking changes throughout the fight. He won a clear decision to provide bettors a +750 decision prop winner.

5) Nikita Krylov by Submission (+645)

In the PPV opener, Nikita Krylov returned the favor to Ovince St. Preux by submitting him for his biggest career win. The first time they fought was back in 2014 when St. Preux submitted Krylov. Krylov by submission paid +645.

A $100 parlay on these five props would have netted $4,862,073

Written by Jay Primetown

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