Five Props is a column featured on MMAOddsbreaker.com after every major MMA event that highlights the biggest underdog prop bets to cash out from that card. Here’s five UFC Fight Night 102 prop bets that cashed big based on the closing odds at 5Dimes Sportsbook. 1) Corey Anderson by T/KO (+244) Corey Anderson looked like a new man in his second round TKO victory over Sean O’Connell. “Overtime” returned to the win column in impressive fashion following a controversial split decision loss to Mauricio “Shogun” Rua in his previous Octagon outing. Congratulations are in order to those who wagered on Anderson to take this fight by T/KO, as you cashed out at +244. Many, including myself, were favoring the Anderson by Decision prop for this contest. 2) Randy Brown by T/KO (+525) Randy Brown defeated promotional newcomer Brian Camozzi via second round TKO to make it two straight wins for himself inside the Octagon. Congratulations are due to those who wagered on the New York native to pick up this win via T/KO, as you cashed out with the biggest prop to hit on the night at a beautiful +525! 3) Gerald Meerschaert by Submission (+250) Gerald Meerscaert was impressive in his promotional debut, scoring a first round anaconda choke submission of Joe Gigliotti and putting the entire UFC middleweight division on notice with the performance. The submission prop for Meerschaert was +250, so congrats to you if you hit that one. 4) Shane Burgos by Decision (+283) New York’s own Shane Burgos made a short notice promotional debut against Tiago Trator and defeated him via unanimous decision on the judges’ scorecards following three very entertaining rounds of action. He hurt and nearly finished his opponent a number of times, but Tratot toughed it out and fought on to see the judges’ scorecards. Those of you who backed Burgos to win this fight on the cards made out with +283, so congrats on that hit. 5) Ryan Janes by Decision (+350) Ryan Janes defeated Keith Berish via unanimous decision on the judges’ scorecards following three entertaining back and forth rounds of action. It was a solid debut for the Canadian promotioanl newcomer, who looks to eventually crack into the UFC’s light heavyweight rankings. Congratulations are in order to those of you who backed him to win this fight on the judges’ scorecards, as you cashed out at a nice +350. A $100 parlay on these five props would have netted $129,593.