Five Crazy UFC Fight Night 71 Prop Bets That Cashed Big

UFC Fight Night 61 Weigh-in Results for ‘Silva vs Mir’ in Brazil This is a sample of some of the UFC Fight Night 71 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. Frank Mir wins by T/KO (+415)/Mir wins in round 1 (+350) The main event of the evening featured one of the better knockouts of the year as Frank Mir upset Todd Duffee. Both men stood in the pocket and exchanged huge bombs, but Duffee left a huge opening that Mir took advantage of, hitting him hard right on the button and knocking him out cold. The prop on Mir wins by T/KO hit at +415 and the prop on Mir wins in round 1 hit at +350. Kevin Lee wins by submission (+495)/Lee wins in round 1 (+475) One of the most surprising finishes on the card came courtesy of Kevin Lee, who tapped out James Moontasri in the first round with a rear-naked choke. Lee has now won four fights in a row and is always a great bet. The prop on Lee wins by submission cashed at +495, while the prop on Lee wins in round 1 hit at +475. Alan Jouban wins by decision (+600) One of the better fights on the card saw Alan Jouban and Matt Dwyer go back-and-forth in a three-round war. Most figured that Jouban would be able to knock Dwyer out, but the Canadian showed an awesome chin and stayed in the fight the whole time despite being rocked and dropped on multiple occasions. Because no one thought Dwyer could survive Jouban’s onslaught, the prop on Jouban wins by decision hit at +600. Kevin Casey wins by decision (+375) Another fighter who had a nice performance was Kevin Casey, who beat Ildemar Alcantara from bell-to-bell to pick up his first official win in the UFC. Casey hadn’t fought in a year and was coming off of a PED suspension so there were questions as to how he’d look, but overall he looked solid in the fight and the prop on Casey by decision cashed very easy at +375. Lyman Good wins via T/KO (+400)/Good wins in round 2 (+550) The first fight of the card featured one of the better finishes on the card as Lyman Good knocked out Andrew Craig in brutal fashion. Good looked very good in his UFC debut and definitely is someone to keep your eye on at 170lbs, while on the flipside Craig is surely going to be cut. The prop on Good wins by T/KO hit at +400 while the prop on Good wins in round 2 hit at +550.

Written by Adam Martin.

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