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

Thales-LeitesUFC 167 Date: November 15, 2013 Arena: MGM Grand Garden Arena City: Las Vegas, N.V. Gabe Killian’s UFC 167 ‘Submission of the Night’ Prop Bets UFC 167 is live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena from Las Vegas, N.V. tonight! The 12-fight card will feature many exciting fights, and almost certainly plenty of finishes. UFC will be handing out a $50,000 bonus for Submission of the Night — the option to bet on which fighter will win said bonus is made available at Several Bookmakerss. I believe the top contenders for this prize are: Thales Leites +500 — The Brazilian is fighting Ed Herman, who is a talented Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner in his own right. I think Leites is the superior grappler and submission artist of the two and will use that to win this fight. There is a decent chance that he submits Herman, and at +500, I think it may be worth a bet. Jason High +500 — He loves that guillotine. Once he gets a hold of that neck, it’s over. He will likely win by submission, but the question is, will it be more impressive than the rest of the submissions on the card? At +500, I’m not sure if it’s good value, but considering it is the most likely outcome of the match-up, it’s worth a bet. Will Campuzano +3000 — I can really see this upset taking place. At +3000, I will be all over it. Campuzano is talented on the mat, and if he is able to submit Pettis in an upset, there’s a great chance he will take home the prize. I am loving these odds. Sergio Pettis +600 — I think if he gets a finishes, it will more likely come by way of knockout, even though the odds suggest otherwise. There’s a decent chance he can pull off a sub, too, so I can’t blame anybody for making a play on this. Gabe’s SOTN Play: 2u on Thales Leites (+500), 1u on Jason High (+500), and 1.5u on Will Campuzano (+3000).

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