UFC Fight Night 29 ‘Fight of the Night’ Betting Props

Joey BeltranUFC Fight Night 29 ‘Fight of the Night’ Betting Props UFC Fight Night 29 from Sao Paulo, Brazil features an action-packed 11-fight card. For the most entertaining bout of the evening, the UFC will be awarding a $50,000 bonus. The option to bet which fight at UFC 165 will win the $50,000 Fight of the Bonus can only be found at Several Bookmakerss. I believe the top condenders for this prize are: Demian Maia vs Shake Shields +400 — Demian Maia has been giving it everything he has ever since dropping to the welterweight division. I don’t think he will make this a boring fight, even if Shields tries to. Maia will push the action and make sure this fight isn’t a borefest. Also, considering it’s the main event, +400 is not a bad number for this one. Dong Hyun Kim vs Erick Silva +375 — If Kim puts up a fight, there is a very good chance that this prop will cash. As long as Silva does not run through him and there isn’t some mind-blowing fight on the card, this will take the cake. Silva owns one Fight of the Night award, while Kim owns none. Joey Beltran vs Fabio Maldonado +300 — These two generally move forward and put on a fight until the final bell. That is, with the exception of Beltran’s last fight against Igor Pokrajac, in which he mostly stalled against the cage. I think both of these fighters will show up for a war and have it out, likely for all 15 minutes. Beltran owns two Fight of the Night awards, while Maldonado owns one. Chris Cariaso vs Iliarde Santos +550 — These are a pair of flyweights who always show up to fight. They like to hit and they’ve not afraid to be hit. Santos earned FOTN honors in his last bout against Ian McCall. Cariaso, however, has never earned one in his UFC career. Their fighting styles make for an exciting match-up, and at +550, I can’t fault anyone for making a bet here. Gabe’s FOTN Play: Beltran vs Maldonado +300

Written by Gabe Killian

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