UFC Fight Night 32 takes place this Saturday in Brazil, and there’s quite a few betting opportunities on the card that I have my eye on, especially when it comes to props. For today’s MMA Odds and Ends, I’ve combed through all of the prop bets currently offered by Several Bookmakers and have picked out five that I think have a very good chance of cashing. Dan Henderson vs. Vitor Belfort doesn’t go the distance (-250) In the main event of UFC Fight Night 32, Dan Henderson and Vitor Belfort are set for a five-round matchup that could garner Belfort a title shot with a victory. These two have fought before and the fight went to a three-round decision in favor of Henderson, but this time around it’s for five rounds and I can’t see it going the full 25 minutes. So at -250, betting on this fight not going the distance is one of my favorite plays on the whole card. Igor Pokrajac vs. Rafael Cavalcante doesn’t go the distance (-245) In a light heavyweight fight, Igor Pokrajac takes on Rafael Cavalcante in a fight where the loser is most definitely getting his walking papers from the UFC. It’s a fight that I can’t see going all three rounds considering both guys don’t have the best chins or cardio, so at the price of -245, betting on this fight ending inside the distance isn’t a bad idea, although I wouldn’t go crazy on it because it could end up being a snoozer clinchfest against the cage. Still, I see some value here. Brandon Thatch vs. Paulo Thiago doesn’t go the distance (-300) A welterweight fight that I’m really looking forward to between Brandon Thatch and Paulo Thiago is also a part of this card, and it’s a fight I doubt goes the full 15 minutes. I see Thatch winning via brutal knockout in the first round, but to be safe I’ll likely just play the fight not going the distance at -300, just in case there’s a fluke finish from Thiago. Rony Jason vs. Jeremy Stephens doesn’t go the distance (-185) In a featherweight matchup that kicks on the main card, TUF Brazil 1 winner Rony “Jason” fights Jeremy Stephens in a fight that will shoot the winner up the 145-pound ladder. I think this fight ends inside the distance, so at -185, I think there’s some fantastic value in this prop as part of a two-team parlay. Sam Sicilia vs. Godofredo Pepey UNDER 1.5 rounds (+100) And finally, in one of the preliminary card bouts, Sam Sicilia takes on Godofredo Pepey in a fight I can’t see making it all the way to the final bell. I actually think the fight ends early, probably in the first round, and so the UNDER 1.5 rounds total at +100 has some value in my eyes.