Five Props that Cashed Big at UFC Fight Night 109

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 109 prop bets that cashed big based on the closing odds at 5Dimes Sportsbook.

1) Damir Hadzovic by T/KO (+725)

Hadzovic was down two rounds on the judges’ scorecards heading into the third, when he landed a perfectly timed knee on Marcin Held, knocking him out and forcing the referee to stop the fight. It was an incredible, come-from-behind knockout victory for the Bosnian, who picked up his first win in the UFC. Major congratulations to those who wagered on him to win this bout by T/KO, as the prop paid out at a whopping +725. I recommended it in my article when it was +825, so extra props if you tailed me on this one.

2) Volkan Oezdemir (+673)

Oezdemir made it two wins in a row for himself inside the Octagon by making quick work of the heavily favored Misha Cirkunov, defeating him by knockout in the opening round of action. The Swiss fighter continues to make noise in the UFC’s light heavyweight division, and those who backed him to win this fight by T/KO made out with a massive +673. Congrats to you if you were on that one!

3) Jack Hermansson by T/KO (+578)

Hermansson defeated Alex Nicholson by first-round TKO to bounce back into the win column in front of his home crowd in Sweden. It was a solid outing for the Swede, who made quick work of Nicholson, potentially sending him to the unemployment line with the defeat. Kudos are due to those who wagered on him to win this fight by T/KO, as it paid out at a sweet +578!

4) Bojan Velickovic by T/KO (+570)

Velickovic scored an excellent, come-from-behind, highlight reel knockout of Sweden’s own Nico Musoke, who was ahead on the judges’ scorecards with only half a minute remaining in the third and final round of action. The Serbian returned to the win column with the impressive victory, and he saved his job on the UFC’s welterweight roster. Congrats to those who were backing him to defeat Musoke by T/KO, as the prop paid out at a nice +570.

5) Omari Akhmedov by Decision (+550)

Akhmedov defeated Abdul Razak Alhassan via split decision on the judges’ scorecards following three back-and-forth rounds of action, handing him the first official loss of his professional mixed martial arts career. The win makes it two straight for Akhmedov inside the Octagon, and the victory on the scorecards allowed those who wagered on the prop to break away with a solid +550, so kudos to you if you were on that one.

A $100 parlay on these five props would have netted $1,882,904.

Written by Gabe Killian

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