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 179 bets that cashed big based on the closing odds at Several Bookmakers. Phil Davis wins by decision (+325) In a lightweight heavyweight matchup, Phil Davis was able to grind out Glover Teixeira en route to a unanimous decision win. Davis showed very strong wrestling in this fight and on the feet he had a high work rate. He deserved to win the decision, and bettors deserved to cash on the Davis by decision prop at +325. Beneil Dariush wins by decision (+415) In a lightweight matchup, Beneil Dariush was able to outwork Carlos Diego Ferreira and win a clear-cut unanimous decision on the judges’ cards. Dariush showed exceptional grappling in the bout and his striking looked good as well, and I’m looking forward to seeing his next fight. The prop on Dariush by decision cashed at +415, and congrats to anyone who won on that. Neil Magny wins by T/KO (+555)/Magny wins in round 3 (+1550) In a welterweight bout, Neil Magny defeated William Macario in the third round with a TKO to increase his win streak to five-straight fights. With the win, Magny tied the history books as he picked up his fifth win in a single calendar year, tying Roger Huerta’s previous record set in 2007. The prop on Magny by T/KO cashed at +555 while the prop on Magny in round 3 hit at +1550. Wilson Reis wins by submission (+461)/Wilson wins in round 1 (+600)/Reis has fastest submission of the night (+1300) In a flyweight matchup, Wilson Reis showed he’s not to be taken lightly at 125lbs as he submitted Scott Jorgensen in the first round with an arm-triangle choke just seconds after shocking Jorgensen’s body with a kick. Reis looked like a killer in the fight and I can’t wait to see what he does in his next match. The prop on Reis by submission cashed at +461, while Reis wins in round 1 hit at +600. As well, the prop on Reis has the fastest submission of the night cashed at +1300. Tony Martin by submission (+403)/Martin wins in round 1 (+550) In the opening Fight Pass bout, Tony Martin took out Fabricio Camoes by a first-round submission via kimura. After eating some punches early on in the match, Martin slammed Camoes down to the mat and locked in the kimura. It took some work to get the tap, but he keep yanking and eventually got it done. The prop on Martin wins by submission hit at +403, while the prop on Martin wins in round 1 hit at +550. Congrats if you hit either/or.