Gabe Killian’s UFC 167 ‘Fight of the Night’ Prop Bets

tim-elliott-ufc-164UFC 167 Date: November 15, 2013 Arena: MGM Grand Garden Arena City: Las Vegas, N.V. UFC 167 ‘Fight of the Night’ Betting Props UFC 167 will be live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, N.V. with 12 scheduled bouts. Many fights on this card have high potential to produce fireworks. The most exciting bout of the evening will be rewarded the Fight of the Night bonus. You can wager on which fight will take home he bonus at Several Bookmakerss. I believe the top condenders for this prize are: Bagautinov/Elliott +650 — This brawl between two flyweights is sure to be exciting. Elliott already owns one “Fight of the Night” award in three appearances inside the Octagon. Both of these guys are very tough, have good cardio, and will be going all-out until the final bell. As far as the main card goes, this is my favorite fight to take home the award. Dunham/Cerrone +280 — As the odds suggest, this fight, out of all fights on the entire card, has the biggest chance of taking home the award. I expect this to be an exciting, back and forth battle that takes place mostly on the feet, where both fighters will have their moments. These two lightweights together own six Fight of the Night bonuses in the UFC; three belonging to each. There is a chance they will each have four after tonight, but at only +280, I’m personally going to have to pass on a bet. Figueroa/Perez +500 I think that this is a fight between an El Salvadorean and a Mexican that is certainly going to be full of action and produce fireworks. It is a fight that could end in a knockout only one minute into the fight, or it could be a war that goes all 15 minutes. In my opinion, the longer this fight lasts and plays out on the feet, the better its chances will get of it taking home the award. They are two tough latino dudes who love to throw leather and drop their opponents, and I believe that’s what they will be looking to do tonight. Figueroa already owns one FOTN award, which he earned in his promotional debut against Michael McDonald. Perez, however, has yet to earn one, but will be looking to get one tonight, be it FOTN or KOTN. Pettis/Campuzano +700 — Two exciting fighters who love going for finishes. This fight could end at any minute, but regardless of when it does, it’s surely going to be fun to watch. It is the promotional debut for Sergio Pettis, the younger brother of UFC Lightweight Champ Anthony Pettis. For Will Campuzano, it is his return to the UFC, after being cut from the promotion nearly three years ago. Both of these fighters will be looking to make a statement with their performance, and as long as there isn’t an early finish, this fight has a great chance of taking home the award. Gabe’s 6*UNIT FOTN Play: Bagautinov/Elliott +650, Figuera/Perez +500, and Pettis/Campuzano +700. Each for 2 units.

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