Five crazy prop bets is a column featured on MMAOddsbreaker.com after every major MMA event that highlights the biggest underdog prop bets to cash out from that card. Here’s five crazy UFC Fight Night 60 prop bets that cashed big based on the closing odds at Several Bookmakers. Benson Henderson wins by submission (+594)/Henderson wins in round 4 (+2200) In the main event of UFC Fight Night 60, Benson Henderson overcame a slow start to come back and eventually finish Brandon Thatch in the fourth round with a rear-naked choke. It was the best Henderson we’ve seen in a long time and he could be a contender at 170lbs. With the win, the props on Henderson by submission at +594 and Henderson wins in round 4 at +2200 both cashed big. Neil Magny wins in round 3 (+600)/Magny wins by submission (+1500) In a welterweight fight, Neil Magny was able to outcardio Kiichi Kunimoto and win in the third round with a surprising submission. It was the best Magny has looked in the UFC during his six-fight win streak and he should be a name opponent in his next outing. For this fight, the prop on Magny wins in round 3 at +600 and Magny wins by submission at +1500 both cashed big for those who bet them. Dan Kelly wins by decision (+600) In a middleweight matchup, Dan Kelly was able to outstrike Patrick Walsh and win a close decision in what was easily the worst fight of the card. Neither guy seemed to care about winning all that much but Kelly was just a little bit busier and was in just a bit of better shape and deserved to get the win. And when he got his hand raised, the prop on Kelly by decision at +600 cashed big. Ray Borg wins in round 3 (+650) I was expecting a bit more from Ray Borg as I thought he’d be able to finish Chris Kaledes in the first round, but he still eventually got the job done, earning a third-round submission for his second UFC victory. Borg is a top prospect and with some more improvements to his game could be a could at 125lbs soon. For this fight, all the Borg inside the distance props cashed, including a tasty one of Borg in round 3 at +650. Chas Skelly wins by TKO (+1235)/Skelly wins in round 2 (+650) In a featherweight fight, Chas Skelly was able to secure a brutal TKO stoppage over Jim Alers, finishing him at the end of the second round with punches and a knee. It was the best Skelly has looked since joining the UFC last year and I expect him to get a significant step up in his next fight. With the stoppage, the prop on Skelly by TKO at +1235 and Skelly in round 3 at +650 both cashed.