World Series of Fighting 10 took place last night at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, NV, and overall it was a solid card from top-to-bottom as it featured a number of solid fights. Overall, four favorites won while two underdogs came through. Here’s a betting recap for the event based on the closing MMA odds for WSOF 10: WSOF 10 Betting Underdogs That Won In a middleweight title fight, David Branch defeated Jesse Taylor via first-round submission (D’Arce choke) to become the new WSOF middleweight champion. Taylor had a guillotine choke locked in tight early in the first round but Branch got out of it and soon locked in a D’Arce choke on Taylor which forced him to tap out. The new WSOF champ cashed as a +100 dog (bet $100 to win $100), while Taylor was a -110 favorite (bet $110 to win $100). In a featherweight title fight, Rick Glenn came back after being down early to stop Georgi Karakhanyan with a second-round TKO (doctor stoppage) and earn the WSOF featherweight crown. Karakhanyan had Glenn in a deep armbar in round one but “The Gladiator” powered through it and in the second round began to pour it on until eventually the doctor was forced to stop the fight due to a broken rib on Karakhanyan. Glenn cashed as a +355 dog, while Karakhanyan lost as a -400 favorite. WSOF 10 Betting Favorites That Won In a women’s strawweight bout, Jessica Aguilar dominated Emi Fujuno en route to a unanimous decision victory (50-44, 50-44, 50-44) to defend the WSOF women’s strawweight title. It was all JAG in this matchup as she beat up Firmino everywhere where the fight went to prove once again she’s one of the best 115ers in the world. JAG scored as a -600 favorite while Firmino lost at +450. In a lightweight matchup, Luiz Firmino defeated Tyson Griffin via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27). Firmino was the better striker and grappler throughout the contest and definitely deserved the nod. He close as a -150 fav while Griffin was a +140 dog. In a featherweight fight, Lance Palmer defeated Nick Lobosco via first-round submission (rear-naked choke). Palmer used his wrestling to take the fight to the mat and coax the tap out of Lobosco late in the first round. He scored as a -525 favorite while Lobosco lost as a +415 dog. In a heavyweight bout, Derrick Mehmen defeated Dave Huckaba via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-25, 30-27). Mehmen beat up Huckaba badly on the feet and on the ground to get the victory. He cashed as a -210 favorite while Huckaba lost as a +160 dog.