UFC Fight Night 99: Mousasi vs Hall II Date: November 19, 2016 Arena: SSE Arena Belfast City: Belfast, Northern Ireland The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heads to Belfast, Northern Ireland with UFC Fight Night 99: Mouasi vs Hall II. The UFC will be in Belfast for the second time in promotional history and first since UFC 72 in 2007. The 13-fight card will air entirely on UFC Fight Pass, with preliminary action starting at 12:30pm ET and the main card following at 4pm. If interested in wagering on any bouts for this fight card, all betting lines will be made available at 5Dimes Sportsbook. The ‘Fight of the Night’ plays that hold the most value are: Ishihara/Lobov +850 || 1u to win 8.5u I expect this featherweight scrap to be fireworks from start to finish, regardless of how long it lasts. Whether it lasts half a minute or goes all 15, I expect bombs and heavy action. I think heavy leather will be flying until one of their chins give out. If the fight lasts at least a minute, I think Ishihara and Lobov will stand a good chance of flying home with the ‘Fight of the Night’ honors from Northern Ireland. At +850, I think this play holds a lot of value and is definitely worth a bet. Should these 145-pounders manage to earn the ‘Fight of the Night’ bonus, it would be the first time for both of them. Johns/Kwak +700 || 1u to win 7u A pair of talented and undefeated bantamweight prospects are making their UFC debuts in this contest and I believe they will both have a bright future inside the Octagon. I think the two will bring their A-games to this contest and perform at their best, which will likely result in one helluva fight that could easily earn the Northern Ireland evening’s ‘Fight of the Night’ honors. I expect these two to put on a show in an effort to make noise in the UFC’s bantamweight division. They will both likely impress and win over fans, though unless there is a draw, only one hand can be raised. Regardless of the outcome, I believe this will be a fun scrap and at +700, I think it is a great value play. Needless to say, should these 135-pounders manage to sneak away with the bonus, it would mean the first time for both.