Five Props that Cashed Big at UFC Fight Night 106

Five 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 are five UFC Fight Night 106 prop bets that cashed big based on the closing odds at Several Bookmakers. 1) Edson Barboza by T/KO (+350) Barboza scored an incredible, highlight reel knockout of Beneil Dariush in the second round of their bout, catching the Californian with a knee that immediately removed him from consciousness and put him out cold on the mat. It was a beautiful, well timed knee by the Brazilian and a spectacular finish to the fight. Congrats to those who wagered on him to win this fight by T/KO, as the prop paid out at a solid +350. 2) Marion Reneau/Bethe Correia is a Draw (+5500) Rebeau and Correa fought to a Split Draw, with one judge scoring the bout for Reneau and two judges scoring it even. The first round was close enough to go either way, but many felt Reneau it was clearly Reneau’s round. Correia clearly took the second, and Reneau dominated the third to win a clear 10-8, nearly finishing the fight on a number of occasions. Can’t argue with a draw here, and I have to give big congrats to anyone who may have been on this prop, as it paid out at a yuuuuge +5500. 3) Alex Oliveira by Submission (+644) Oliveira got the better of Tim Means in this rematch, defeating him via rear naked choke submission in the second round of action in his backyard of Fortaleza, Brazil. It was a very impressing outing by the Brazilian, who picks up his first win since making the move back up to the UFC’s welterweight division. Congratulations are due to those who backed him to take this fight by submission, as you made out with an incredible +644! 4) Kevin Lee by Submission (+460) Lee scored an impressive second round rear naked choke submission victory over Francisco Trinaldo, snapping the Brazilian’s incredible seven fight winning streak. The victory made it back to back second round rear naked choke finishes for Lee, who now enjoys a four fight winning streak inside the Octagon and hopes to headline the UFC’s Detroit card later this year. 5) Michel Prazeres by Submission (+711) Prazeres hurt Josh Burkman with his heavy hands in the early going of the opening stanza, before taking the fight to the mat, where he sunk up a north-south choke to force a tap from the veteran. It was a career-best performance by the Brazilian, who now enjoys a four fight winning streak at 155-pounds and looks to continue to climb up the division’s ladder. Big congratulations are due to those who wagered on him to win this fight by submission, as the prop paid out at a whopping +711! A $100 parlay on these five props would have netted $8,514,855.

Written by Gabe Killian

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