UFC Fight Night 26 ended up being one of the most unpredictable MMA events, as six underdogs came through including Chael Sonnen, who submitted Mauricio “Shogun” Rua with an unexpected first-round guillotine choke. That was just one of many crazy prop bets you could have bet on that would have ended up making you a lot of cash. Here’s a list of five crazy UFC Fight Night 26 prop bets that cashed, courtesy of 5Dimes Sportsbook: Chael Sonnen wins by submission (+575)/Sonnen wins in round one (+975) Sonnen put on a spectacular performance in the main event of the evening as he was able to stop Rua with a beautiful sub to cap off a great night of fights. The prop on Sonnen to get the submission paid out an incredible +575, but even better was the prop on Sonnen to win in round one, which paid out a whopping +975. John Howard wins by decision (+680) The biggest underdog on the entire card was John Howard, and the Boston native ended up upsetting Uriah Hall via split decision. The return on Howard to win straight-up was +420, and the return on Hall by decision was an even sweeter +680. Michael McDonald wins by submission (+708)/McDonald wins in round two (+575)/McDonald wins Fight of the Night (+375) Michael McDonald and Brad Pickett ended up stealing the show as the two went to war until McDonald was able to catch Pickett with a slick second-round submission. McDonald to win by submission was an unreal +708, the prop for him to win in round two was +575, and the prop on the pair to win Fight of the Night was +375. Steven Siler wins by TKO (+810)/Siler wins in round one (+775) Steven Siler was a sizeable underdog against Mike Brown, but clearly the rising featherweight should have been the favorite as he was able to hit Brown in the chin with a short uppercut and get the KO win. The prop on Siler to win by TKO paid out a stunning +810, and the prop for Siler in round one paid out +775. James Vick wins by submission (+1000) And finally, one of the juciest props to cash all night actually took place in the very first fight of the night as James Vick defeated Ramsey Nijem with a first-round guillotine choke, a prop that paid out a whopping +1000.