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 55 bets that cashed big based on the closing odds at Several Bookmakers. Al Iaquinta wins inside the distance (+350) In a lightweight matchup, Al Iaquinta was able to knock Ross Pearson out in what was by far the biggest victory of his young career to date. Iaquinta was the dog heading into the fight but he looked so good in victory and is a guy who could be a future contender. The prop on Iaquinta wins inside the distance hit at +350, a great price for anyone who believed in the American to win the fight. Robert Whittaker wins inside the distance (+500) In a middleweight match, Robert Whittaker knocked out Clint Hester in the second round with a knee and punches. Most thought Whittaker made a mistake dropping to 185lbs, but clearly it was a good decision as he knocked off a rising contender in his 185lb debut. The prop on Whittaker wins inside the distance cashed at +500, and nice call for anyone who bet that. Anthony Perosh wins inside the distance (+257) In a light heavyweight contest, Anthony Perosh once again overcame this odds, this time submitting Guto Inocente in the first round with a rear-naked choke. Perosh was able to easily get Inocente to the ground, and once it was there the fight was over as he was able to sink in his hooks and lock in the RNC for the win. He cashed as a big dog on the moneyline, and the prop on Perosh wins inside the distance at +257 also cashed big at +257. Sam Alvey wins inside the distance (+383) In a welterweight bout, Sam Alvey knocked out Dylan Andrews in an upset. Alvey was taken down by Andrews a few times early in the fight, but during one of Andrews’ takedowns he hit his head on the mat and Alvey was able to capitalize with a knockout win. The prop on Alvey wins inside the distance hit at +383, a great price for an underrated finisher to get a finish. Daniel Kelly wins inside the distance (+625) In a middleweight bout, Daniel Kelly was able to pull off the first upset of the night as he submitted Luke Zachrich in the first round with a kimura. After losing on TUF Nations to Sheldon Westcott, most were down on Kelly, but he proved he has solid potential in the sport with a very dominant win over a solid fighter in Zachrich. The prop on Kelly wins inside the distance cashed at +625, so congrats to anyone who had faith in him.