UFC Fight Night 32 ‘Fight of the Night’ Betting Props

Rony JasonUFC Fight Night 32 ‘Fight of the Night’ Betting Props UFC Fight Night 32 is live from the Goiania Arena in Goiania, Brazil with a card that will feature nine fights, followed by the co-main event, and then the main event of the evening. There is a great chance that many of the fights on the card will produce fireworks. The UFC will be handing out a Fight of the Night bonus for the most exciting fight of the night, and if you’re interested in waging on which fight will take home said bonus, you can do so at Several Bookmakerss. I believe the top contenders for this prize are: Stephens/Jason +600 — This will be a battle between two featherweights with good chins who both hit hard. Jason has been in some uneventful fights in his tenure with the UFC, but I believe stylistically, his fight against Stephens will likely make for an exciting one. Stephens already owns one Fight of the Night award, while Jason owns none. Pepey/Sicilia +1200 — Classic grappler vs striker match-up here, and as long as neither of them score an early finish, it could play out to be a very fun one. At +1200, I can’t fault anybody for taking a stab. Martins/Cruickshank +900 — I think both of these guys are fun to watch and will more often than not produce a FOTN-caliber match-up. At +900, I’d say it’s worth a shot. Ortiz/Tome +2000 — This is a flyweight fight between Ortiz, who is a promotional newcomer fighting on enemy territory, and Tome, who was impressive in his promotional debut in a losing effort against John Lineker. Both are exciting flyweights, and Dana White has a soft spot for flyweight fights when it comes to handing out awards, so if this is a really fun fight, there’s a very good chance it could take home the prize. At +2000, it certainly is worth a play. Gabe’s FOTN Play: Ortiz/Tome +2000 for 1u-3u, up to you. Personally, I’ve got 1u locked in and will have 3u locked in before the card starts.

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