UFC 192 Date: October 3, 2015 Arena: Toyota Center City: Houston, TX The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to Houston, TX for the fourth time in promotional history this tonight (October 3, 2015) with UFC 192: Cormier vs Gustafsson. The action-packed and stacked 13-fight card kicks off on UFC Fight Pass at 6pm ET, with televised prelims following on FOX Sports 1 at 8pm ET and main card action getting going on Pay Per View at 10pm. If interested in wagering on these ‘FOTN’ props or any other plays for this fight card, all betting lines will be made available at 5Dimes Sportsbooks. The ‘Fight of the Night’ plays that hold the most value are: Jouban/Tumenov +550 || .5u to win 2.75u For some fight fans, this is the most looked forward to bout on the entire UFC 192 fight card and certainly promises to be a barn burner. Both of these welterweights are amongst the most entertaining strikers in the UFC’s 170-pound weight class and they are both expected to keep things on the feet and go to war in this preliminary card affair. Jouban will be hoping to extend his two fight winning streak to three, while Tumenov will be aiming to make it four in a row for himself. At +550, I think there is value to be had in this play, as I see this welterweight scrap as having a very good chance of taking home the evening’s ‘Fight of the Night’ honors. As long as it does not end in a very early knockout, I think Jouban vs Tumenov will be a surefire contender for the bonus. Should these 170-pound warriors take home the evening’s honors, it would be the second time for Jouban, who earned one in his Octagon debut against Seth Baczynski and another in his most recent outing against Matt Dwyer. However, for Tumenov, it would be his first, as he has earned zero bonuses in four Octagon appearances. Martins/Makhachev +550 || .5u to win 2.75u This is a pairing of two talented lightweights and I expect it to be an entertaining battle between them. Martins rides a two fight winning streak with a knockout of Juan Manuel Puig and an impressive split decision upset win over Jackson-Winklejohn MMA product Rustam Khabilov, and he now looks to make it three in a row by taking out another Dagestani in Makhachev, who hopes to string together two UFC wins following a successful promotional debut. He took on another promotional newcomer in Leo Kuntz and defeated him via rear naked choke submission in the second round of action, ultimately remaining undefeated as a professional mixed martial artist, with a record of 12-0. For his second Octagon outing, he takes a big step up in competition but is expected to deliver once again, and is hopeful to make it 13-0 while climbing up the UFC’s 155-pound latter. I think Martins and Makhachev produce an entertaining battle more often than not, so at the current offering price of +550, I see plenty of value in the play, so I think it warrants a squeeze on the wager-trigger.