Five Props that Cashed BIG at UFC Fight Night 100

Cezar FerreiraFive 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’s five UFC Fight Night 100 prop bets that cashed big based on the closing odds at Several Bookmakers. 1) Moraes by Decision (+329) Sergio Moraes defeated Zak Ottow via controversial split decision after three rounds of action that saw both welterweight fighters have their moments. If you backed Moraes to take this one on the scorecards, you made out with a solid +329, so congrats for robbing the books on that one. 2) Ferreira by Submission (+741) Cezar “Mutante” Ferreira defeated surging Swedish prospect Jack Hermansson via second-round arm-triangle choke submission and he now enjoys a three-fight winning streak inside the Octagon. “Mutante” continues to show improvements inside the Octagon, and he was outstriking the Swede before taking him to the mat to wrap up the show with his superior grappling and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu game. Those who wagered on Ferreira to win this fight via submission cashed out at a massive +741, the biggest prop of the night to hit! 3) Antigulov by Submission (+325) Gadzhimurad Antigulov made short work of Brazil’s Marcos Rogerio De Lima, defeating him via guillotine choke just a minute into the opening stanza. Undersized for the light heavyweight division, Antigulov’s future will likely be at 185 pounds. Congrats are due to those who put their wallets behind the promotional newcomer to win this fight by submission cashed out at a sweet +325. 4) Henrique by Submission (+320) Luis Henrique defeated Christian Colombo via guillotine-choke submission in the third and final round of action. The victory makes the Brazilian heavyweight advance to two wins in a row inside the Octagon and fight fans look forward to seeing him go for his third. Those of you who wagered on the big man to end this scrap with a submission cashed your tickets at a pretty cool +320. 5) Munhoz by Submission (+450) Pedro Munhoz defeated Justin Scoggins via second-round guillotine-choke submission to make it two straight wins for himself inside the Octagon. The Brazilian did not give Scoggins a warm welcome to his bantamweight debut, and with his victory, those who wagered on him to end this 135-pound bout by submission cashed their tickets at a sweet +450. A $100 parlay on these five props would have netted $354,104.

Written by Gabe Killian

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