Five crazy prop bets is a column featured on MMAOddsbreaker.com after every UFC event that highlights the biggest underdog prop bets to cash out from that card Here’s five crazy UFC Fight Night 48 bets that cashed big based on the closing odds at Several Bookmakers. Michael Bisping wins in round four (+1100) There were questions marks surrounding Michael Bisping heading into UFC FN 48, but “The Count” put those questions to rest with a vicious fourth-round TKO over Cung Le. Bisping took some damage early in the fight but his chin held up well and he used his superior cardio to take Le late into the fight and drown him out with strikes early in round four. The prop on Bisping to win in the fourth round cashed at +1100, so nice job if you figured he’d get a late stoppage win. Tyron Woodley wins in round one (+400) He needed a bounce back win and he did just that as Tyron Woodley knocked out Dong Hyun Kim in brutal fashion in the first round. It’s a victory that cements Woodley’s place as a top-five fighter in the division and he’ll be close to earning a title shot with another big win or two. The prop on Woodley wins in round one, by the way, cashed at +400. Zhang Lipeng wins by decision (+260) In the final bout on the card featuring a Chinese fighter, Zhang Lipeng pulled the upset on Australia’s Brendan O’Reilly, as he managed to dominate the latter part of the fight. The win moved Lipeng to 2-0 inside the Octagon, but more importantly for bettors the decision prop paid out a solid +260. Wang Sai wins by decision (+461) In the prelims of the main event, Wang Sai won his first UFC fight as he outpointed Danny Mitchell en route to a decision win. Sai, who is training at AKA Thailand under Mike Swick, showed big improvements from his first UFC and could be someone the UFC pushes as they continue their China experiment. The prop on Sai by decision cashed at +461. Yuta Sasaki wins inside distance (+278) In one of the prelims, Yuta Sasaki submitted Roland Delorme in the first round by rear-naked choke. Sasaki was favored to win but I don’t think anyone thought he would win just minutes into the bout. Sasaki is only 24 and is now on a long win streak and the UFC should be featuring him on future Asian cards as he could be a star. The prop on Sasaki cashed at +278.