Bellator 112 took place tonight live from the Horseshoe Casino in Hammond, Indiana, and the event overall was a success as it provided a number of memorable fights with memorable endings for the fans. Overall, four underdogs cashed out while only one favorite came through. Here’s a betting recap for Bellator 112 based on the closing results at 5Dimes Sportsbook: Bellator 112 Underdogs That Won In the main event of the evening, Pat Curran defeated Daniel Straus via fifth-round submission (rear-naked-choke) in one of the latest finishes all time in MMA. With the win, Curran regained possession of the Bellator featherweight championship. The fight was Straus’ to lose heading into the fifth, and he did just that, getting submitted with just seconds left in the bout. It was a great match overall and Curran cashed as a +130 underdog (bet $100 to win $130), while Straus was a -140 favorite and lost (bet $140 to win $100). In a welterweight quarterfinal, Sam Oropeza defeated Cristiano Souza via first-round KO (punches). Oropeza overcame the odds to take out one of the tournament favorites in impressive fashion and advance to the next round. He was a +177 dog, while Souza was a -192 favorite. In another welterweight quarterfinal, Adam McDonough defeated Jesse Juarez via unanimous decision. It was a close and competitive fight but McDonough ultimately outworked Juarez to earn the decision and cash as a +175 underdog, while McDonough was a -190 fav. In the last welterweight quarterfinal bout, Nathan Coy defeated Paul Bradley via unanimous decision. The fight between the two wrestlers took place standing for the most part, where Coy was able to outbox Bradley en route to victory. Bradley was a -125 favorite and lost while Coy was a +115 underdog winner. Bellator 112 Favorites That Won And in the welterweight tournament quarterfinal, Andrey Koreshkov defeated Nah-Shon Burrell via first-round TKO (kick and punches). Koreshkov looked incredible in dismantling the UFC vet Burrell in just 40 seconds and advancing to the next round. Koreshkov closed at -345, while Burrell closed at +315.