Five Crazy UFC Fight Night 67 Prop Bets That Cashed Big

UFC-158 This is a sample of some of the UFC Fight Night 67 prop bets that cashed big for bettors. To bet on props like these in the future, go to the ‘Props’ section under ‘Fighting’ at Several Bookmakers. Carlos Condit wins in round 2 (+575) In the main event, Carlos Condit unleashed a fury of violence as he brutally finished Thiago Alves in the second round after the doctor forced a stop to the contest. Condit absolutely poured it on Alves, who is a warrior, but the doctor made the right call stopping the fight at the end of the second round. With the victory, the prop on Condit wins in round 2 cashed big at +575. Charles Oliveira wins in round 3 (+900) In the co-main event, Charles Oliveira battled back after a tough second round in a close fight against Nik Lentz to win via third-round submission. Oliveira’s submission game is among the best in MMA and he showed that once again by submitting an extremely durably opponent in Lentz. The prop on Oliveira winning in the third round hit at +900. Alex Oliveira wins by submission (+773)/Oliveira wins in round 1 (+450) In a welterweight scrap, Alex Oliveira picked up the first win of his UFC career as he submitted KJ Noons in the first round with a rear-naked choke. This was a very impressive outing by Oliveira and I’m excited to see what the UFC does with him next. The prop on Oliveira wins by submission hit at +773, and the prop on him winning in round 1 also cashed nicely at +450. Francimar Barroso wins by decision (+530) In a light heavyweight fight, Francimar Barroso earned a close unanimous decision win over Ryan Jimmo. Neither guy did anything of note but Barroso pushed Jimmo against the cage for the majority of the bout to earn the decision. The prop on Barroso wins by decision hit at +530. Tom Breese wins by T/KO (+865) In a welterweight bout that kicked off the prelims, UFC newcomer Tom Breese made quick work of Luiz Dutra, knocking the TUF Brazil 2 vet out in brutal fashion with just two seconds left in the first round. Breese wan’t getting much love coming into the fight but he looked solid in this matchup and is someone to keep an eye out on going forward. The prop on Breese wins by T/KO hit big at +865.

Written by Adam Martin.

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