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 are five UFC Fight Night 104 prop bets that cashed big based on the closing odds at Several Bookmakers. 1) Chan Sung Jung by T/KO (+600) Jung returned to action following a three-and-a-half year layoff, and he defeated ninth-ranked Dennis Bermudez via knockout in the very first round of action, proving to still be a threat in the UFC’s 145-pound division. Congratulations are in order to you if you backed “The Korean Zombie” to win this fight by T/KO, as you cashed out at an impressive +600! 2) Felice Herrig by Decision (+550) Herrig earned arguably the biggest win of her professional MMA career with a unanimous decision over Alexa Grasso following three very close rounds of action. The victory makes her two in a row inside the Octagon, and she hopes to take on either Michelle Waterson or Paige VanZant in a rematch her next time out. If you wagered on Herrig to take this fight on the scorecards, then congrats to you, as you made it out with +550! 3) Volkan Oezdemir by Decision (+850) Oezdemir made an excellent promotional debut, defeating highly-ranked light heavyweight Ovince St Preux via split decision following three rounds of action. A solid 205-pounder has been added to the division, and fight fans look forward to the Switzerland native’s next Octagon outing. If you wagered on him to win this fight by decision, then congratulations to you for banking out at a massive +850! This was the biggest prop bet to cash on the night. 4) Marcel Fortuna by T/KO (+770) Fortuna survived an early onslaught by Anthony Hamilton in his UFC debut to come back and knock him out later in the opening stanza. It was a solid win for Fortuna, who plans to drop back down to 205 pounds after stepping up to the heavyweight division to take this bout and get his foot in the UFC’s door. If you were backing Fortuna to take this fight by T/KO, then you cashed out at a beautiful +770! 5) Ricardo Lucas Ramos by Decision (+450) Ramos was solid in his Octagon debut, defeating Michinori Tanaka by unanimous decision following three very close rounds of action. The Brazilian now enjoys a two-fight winning streak and earned his UFC contract by impressing UFC president Dana White on his Lookin’ for a Fight reality series on UFC Fight Pass. It you were wagering on Ramos to defeat Tanaka on the judges’ scorecards, then congratulations are due, as you made out with a legit +450! A $100 parlay on these five props would have netted $2,068,216.