Five Crazy UFC Fight Night 27 Prop Bets That Cashed Big

Dylan Andrews UFC Fight Night 27 was a very good card from a betting perspective and especially from a prop betting perspective as a number of sweet props cashed out. Here’s a list of five crazy UFC Fight Night 27 prop bets that cashed, courtesy of Several Bookmakers: Carlos Condit Wins Inside The Distance (+147)/Condit Wins In Round 4 (+1000) Carlos Condit defeated Martin Kampmann in the main event of UFC Fight Night 27 with a vicious fourth-round TKO that reaffirms Condit’s position as one of the top welterweight contenders. The prop on Condit to win inside the distance was +147 and Condit wins in round 4 was +1000, so congrats if you bet on either of those. Kelvin Gastelum Wins Via Submission (+496)/Gastelum Wins In Round 1 (+500) Kelvin Gastelum defeated Brian Melancon with a first-round sub and the 21-year-old TUF 17 winner has not got to be viewed as a legitimate threat in the UFC welterweight division. The prop on Gastelum wins via submission was +496 and the prop on him to win in round one was +500, meaning anyone who expected the youngster to dominate the fight made out like a bandit. Brad Tavares Wins Via Decision (+255) Brad Tavares defeated Bubba McDaniel like expected, and although he had McDaniel hurt a few times with strikes, he was never able to finish the job and wound up winning by decision instead. The prop on Tavares by decision was +255, which, in hindsight, I should have bet on just because there was a good chance a decision would be his method of victory. Dylan Andrews Wins In Round 3 (+550) Dylan Andrews was dominated by Papy Abedi for two full rounds and then, in the third, was finally able to start landing punches and he knocked Abedi out cold for a great comeback win. The prop on Andrews to win in the third round was +550, so if you were counting on Abedi to gas himself out and get finished in the third, congrats on your winnings. Jason High Wins Via Submission (+600) In the first televised prelim of the night, welterweight Jason High subbed out James Head with a beautiful guillotine choke to pick up his first career win in the UFC. The prop on High to win by sub was +600, so congrats if you bet on that.

Written by Adam Martin.

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