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 14-fight card will air entirely on UFC Fight Pass, with preliminary action starting at 12:15pm 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 Several Bookmakers. Here are my prop plays: Gegard Mousasi (-570) vs Uriah Hall (+480) Mousasi -5.5 (-365) 7.3u to win 2u I expect Mousasi to win every minute of this rematch; for however long it lasts. Ross Pearson (-104) vs Stevie Ray (-106) Ray by T/KO (+400) 1.5u to win 6u I think this is a very likely outcome to this lightweight contest and see a good amount of value in it at the current offering price of +400. I think Ray has a very good chance of ending this fight with his hand and one could argue that is the most likely outcome to this bout. He is coming off the first loss of his UFC career and will be looking to bounce back into the win column in impressive fashion. Teruto Ishihara (-240) vs Artem Lobov (+220) Lobov in Round One (+1025) 2u to win 20.5u Bombs are gonna be all over the place in the opening round of this bout and if Ishihara doesn’t put Lobov away right off the bat, he will risk being put away himself. At the crazy price of +1025, I like this for a value play. I think it should definitely be your hedge if you’ve got a lot riding on Ishihara. Magnus Cedenblad (-240) vs Jack Marshman (+220) Fight is a Draw (+7500) .1u to win 7.5u Just a shot in the dark, as I feel this fight could be close enough to end up a draw. Brett Johns (-210) vs Kwan Ho Kwak (+190) Fight is a Draw (+6000) .1u to win 6u I like both of these bantamweights who are undefeated and making their UFC debuts against each other in this contest. I could see them fighting to a draw and would not be upset at that result.