UFC 208: Holm vs De Randamie Date: February 11, 2017 Arena: Barclays Center City: Brooklyn, NY The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is in Brooklyn, NY for the first time in promotional history with UFC 208: Holm vs De Randamie, which will crown the UFC’s inaugral women’s featherweight champion. The 11-fight card is scheduled to get started with UFC Fight Pass prelims at 7pm ET. Preliminary action will continue on FOX Sports 1 at 8pm and the Pay Per View main card will kick off at 10pm. If interested in wagering on any bouts for this fight card, all betting lines will be made available to you at Several Bookmakers. Here are my prop plays: Holly Holm (+115) vs Germaine De Randamie (-125) De Randamie by T/KO (+250) I can see Holm finding success with her takedowns, but I don’t see her being able to keep “The Iron Lady” down. I see the majority of this bout playing out on the feet, and I favor De Randamie to finish Holm by T/KO. Ronaldo ‘Jacare’ Souza (-550) vs Tim Boetsch (+425) Boetsch in Round One (+1200) Just a weird feeling. Most likely wrong. Randy Brown (-130) vs Belal Muhammad (+120) Muhammad by Decision (+170) Simply put, I believe this is the most likely outcome to this welterweight contest. Islam Makhachev (-310) vs Nik Lentz (+255) Makhachev by Decision (-120) I think Makhachev is more likely to win this fight on the judges’ scorecards than inside the distance, so I see value in the Decision prop at -120, considering the fact that he is -310 straight-up on the moneyline. Ian McCall (+115) vs Jarred Brooks (-125) Brooks Inside the Distance (+350) I think it is pretty much 50/50 as to whether Brooks wins this fight inside the distance or on the judges’ scorecards, so I’ll opt with the Inside the Distance prop at +350 over the Decision prop at +165. Ryan LaFlare (-320) vs Roan Carneiro (+290) LaFlare by Decision (-110) I think this is the most likely outcome to this welterweight contest, so I see value in the LaFlare by Decision prop at -110, considering he is -320 straight-up on the moneyline. I see LaFlare outstriking Carneiro and outwrestling him while avoiding his submission attempts en route to a unanimous decision victory on the judges’ scorecards. Phillipe Nover (+164) vs Rick Glenn (-174) Nover by Decision (+240) Contrary to popular opinion, I think Nover is slightly more likely to win this fight than Glenn, and I think Nover by Decision is the most likely outcome to this featherweight affair.