World Series of Fighting held their sixth event tonight in Miami, FL, and it was a very successful event with a crazy ending in the main event and a number of upsets on the undercard. Overall, out of seven fights, four dogs hit while only three favorites hit. Here’s a betting recap for the event based on the closing MMA odds for WSOF 6: WSOF BETTING UNDERDOGS THAT WON In the main event, Steve Carl defeated Josh Burkman via fourth-round submission (guillotine choke) to win the first-ever World Series of Fighting welterweight title. After Burkman started off the fight strong with his wrestling, Carl took over and started getting better positions. His superior conditioning then really took over and he sunk in a guillotine late in the fourth and got the sub win as well as the inaugural WSOF welterweight belt. Carl cashed as a big +335 underdog (bet $100 to win $335), while Burkman lost as a -375 favorite (bet $375 to win $100). In a featherweight bout, Pablo Alfonso defeated Miguel Torres via first-round submission (guillotine choke). Torres has now lost three fights in a row and looks like his career is over as he lost as a major -350 fav, while Alfonso surprised as a +250 dog. In a lightweight bout, Luiz Firmino defeated Jacob Volkmann via unanimous decision in a snoozefest of a fight. Firmino cashed as a +195 dog, while Volkmann fell as a -275 fav. In a bantamweight bout, Josh Rettinghouse defeated Alexis Vila via decision. It was a super-close decision and many thought that Vila should have won, but he lost as a -300 fav while Rettinghouse cashed at +250. WSOF BETTING FAVORITES THAT WON In a welterweight fight, Jon Fitch defeated Marcelo Alfaya via split decision in a nail biter of a fight. Fitch squeaked by, and even though he was a -570, anyone who bet on him was sweating this one. Alfaya lost at +480. In a bantamweight bout, Marlon Moraes defeated Carson Beebe via first-round TKO (punches). Moraes is one of the best 135ers in the world and showed it once again with the blazing-fast KO. Moraes closed at -355, while Beebe was +320. In a lightweight match, Justin Gaethje defeated Dan Lauzon via second-round TKO (punches). Gaethje lit up Lauzon with legs kicks throughout the first two rounds before ending it with punches in the second. Gaethje, one of the top prospects in the world, was -300, while Lauzon was +250. OTHER The light heavyweight bout between Hans Stringer and Francisco France ended in a draw.