Five Crazy UFC 177 Prop Bets That Cashed Big

TJ Dillashaw 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 177 bets that cashed big based on the closing odds at Several Bookmakers. TJ Dillashaw wins in round 5 (+1850) In the main event of the evening, TJ Dillashaw won his second-straight fight by fifth-round head kick TKO, this time finishing off Joe Soto with a brutal stoppage to defend the UFC bantamweight title for the first time. Dillashaw’s performance once again proved he’s the best in the world at his weight class, and bettors who carefully looked through the crazy props available on him were rewarded handsomely, especially the prop on Dillashaw wins in round 5, which cashed at a whopping +1850. Carlos Diego Ferreira wins by T/KO (+635)/Ferreira wins in round 2 (+475) In what was the Fight of the Night at UFC 177, Carlos Diego Ferreira and Ramsey Nijem went back-and-forth for nearly two full rounds before Ferreira put Nijem away with a brutal combination of punches in the second. It was a great performance by Ferreira, who is now 2-0 in the UFC, and he looks like he could a title contender going forward. The prop on Ferreira wins by T/KO cashed at +635 and the prop on him winning in round 2 hit at +475. Yancy Medeiros wins by submission (+1330)/Medeiros wins in round 2 (+625) In a lightweight bout, Yancy Medeiros showed he is still relevant at 155lbs as he submitted Damon Jackson in the second round with a reverse guillotine choke (or reverse bulldog choke depending where you look). Medeiros needed to get back on track and he certainly did with a Performance of the Night-winning submission over Jackson, who was undefeated coming into the fight. The prop on Medeiros wins by submission cashed at +1330 and the prop on him winning in round 2 hit at +625. Anthony Hamilton wins in round 2 (+475) In a heavyweight tilt, Anthony Hamilton laid out Ruan Potts in the second round with a brutal TKO stemming from punches to the body. Hamilton kept hitting Potts in the same spot on the left side of his ribs for what seemed like eternity before Potts eventually turtled up and referee stopped the bout. With the win, the prop on Hamilton wins in round 2 cashed out at +475. Chris Wade wins by submission (+455)/Wade wins in round 1 (+625) In the very first matchup of the night, Chris Wade made a statement in his UFC debut with a first-round submission win over previously-undefeated Chris Carrizosa. Wade took Carrizosa down and used a series of grappling manoeuvres to get himself in a good position to pull out a guillotine choke for the victory. The prop on Wade by submission cashed at +455, and the prop on him winning in round 1 cashed at +625.

Written by Adam Martin.

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