MMA Odds and Ends for Monday: Five Crazy UFC Fight Night 46 Prop Bets That Cashed Big

Neil Seery Five crazy prop bets is a column featured on after every UFC event that highlights the biggest underdog prop bets to cash out from that card Here’s five crazy UFC Fight Night 46 bets that cashed big based on the closing odds at Several Bookmakers. Conor McGregor wins in round one (+190) In what can only be described as a blowout, Conor McGregor absolutely lit up Diego Brandao with his strikes before finding the finish button and ending things with a brutal TKO in the first round. The prop on McGregor wins in the first round cashed out at +190, so nice job if you bet that. Neil Seery wins by decision (+253) In his second UFC bout, Neil Seery got back into the win column with an easy decision win over Phil Harris. Although Seery probably should have finished Harris at some point, the win was the most important thing for him and he got it done so it’s hard to criticize him too much. With his decision victory, the prop on Seery by decision cashed at +253. Cathal Pendred vs. Mike King wins “Fight of the Night” (+770) In what was the best fight on one of the best cards of the year, Cathal Pendred completed an amazing comeback with a second-round technical submission on Mike King after getting absolutely brutalized in the first. It was an epic comeback by Pendred, who showed an amazing chin in the fight, and he could be a big star for the UFC in Europe. The prop on Pendred vs. King wins FOTN cashed at +770, so congrats to anyone who took that. Trevor Smith wins by decision (+355) In what was probably the weakest fight on the entire card, Trevor Smith defeated Tor Troeng via close decision in a fight that really could have gone either way. Smith’s chin held up and his grappling was more effective and he was one of two dogs on the card to cash. The prop on Smith by decision at +355 also cashed, so nice job if you bet it. Patrick Holohan wins inside the distance (+460) And in the opening fight of the card, Patrick Holohan defeated Josh Sampo via first-round submission in the biggest upset on the card. Holohan is a massive 125er and he used his range to hurt Sampo with strikes before getting the fight to the ground and using his long arms to sink in the rear-naked choke. The prop on Holohan wins inside the distance was a winner at +460, so anyone who bet that made a very smart choice.

Written by Adam Martin.

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