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 208 prop bets that cashed big based on the closing odds at 5Dimes Sportsbook. 1) Germaine De Randamie by Decision (+220) De Randamie defeated Holly Holm via unanimous decision on the judges’ scorecards following five rounds of main event action. “The Iron Lady” made history by becoming the first-ever UFC women’s featherweight champion, and those who wagered on her to win this fight on the cards made their own history by cashing their +220 betting tickets. Congrats to you if you were on that one! 2) Anderson Silva by Decision (+625) Silva took a very controversial unanimous decision victory over Derek Brunson, and those who wagered on him to win this fight on the judges’ scorecards made out like bandits with the prop cashing out at +625. Whether it was deserved or not, congrats are due for hitting that one, as it was the biggest props to cash the entire night. 3) Glover Teixeira by Decision (+524) Teixeira defeated Jared Cannonier via unanimous decision on the judges’ scorecards following three one-sided rounds of action that saw the Brazilian dominate the bout using his superior grappling. The former UFC 205-pound title challenger failed to find a submission to secure a finish, but he did more than enough to secure the victory on the cards and allow those who wagered on him to do so to cash out at an excellent +524. 4) Dustin Poirier by Decision (+200) Poirier defeated Jim Miller via majority decision on the judges’ scorecards following three close, back-and-forth rounds of mixed martial arts action. “The Diamond” returns to the win column at 155 pounds with the victory, and those who wagered on him to defeat Miller by decision cashed out at a decent +200. 5) Belal Muhammad by Decision (+200) Muhammad defeated New York’s own Randy Brown on enemy territory via unanimous decision on the judges’ scorecards. He was the betting underdog heading into the welterweight contest, as he was coming off a knockout loss just a couple months ago and took this bout on very short notice. He proved doubters wrong by completely dominating this fight on the feet and on the mat en route to a decisive unanimous nod from the judges at Octagon-side. “Remember the Name” returns to the win column at 170 pounds with this victory, and those who backed him to take this fight on the cards made out at +200, so kudos to you if you took that one, especially if you tailed me on it, as it was one of the props I recommended in my article for the fight card. A $100 parlay on these five props would have netted $130,091.