Five Props That Cashed Big at UFN 139

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 UFN 139 bets that cashed big based on the closing odds from across various sportsbooks. ”

1) Donald Cerrone by Submission (+650)

In the night’s co-main event, Donald Cerrone swept Mike Perry setting up an armbar submission to win in the first round for what was the biggest prop cash of the night at +650.

2) Bobby Moffett by Submission (+625)

Bobby Moffett wore Chas Skelly out eventually syncing in a d’arce choke to win in his UFC debut. Moffett by submission paid a handsome +625.

3) Maycee Barber by Knockout (+320)

In her UFC debut, Maycee Barber entertained all brutalizing Hannah Cifers on her way to a second round TKO. Barber by knockout paid +320.

4) Mike Trizano by Decision (+253)

Employing a smart strategy, Trizano was able to stay out of Luis Pena’s range and land the more effective strikes to win a split decision and get decision backers paid at +253.

5) Yair Rodriguez by Knockout (+240)

In one of the most stunning finishes in UFC history, Yair Rodriguez landed a flush elbow in the final seconds of his bout with Chan Sung Jung that sent the Korean Zombie to the canvas to give Rodriguez the upset victory in a fight he was down in on the scorecards. Rodriguez knockout bettors had thought their bet was dead, but Rodriguez made them all happy when he cashed those tickets with one second left in the bout.

A $100 parlay on these five props would have netted $273,996.

Written by Jay Primetown

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