UFC Fight Night 80 Date: December 10, 2015 Arena: The Chelsea City: Las Vegas, NV The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will be live from Las Vegas, NV on Thursday, December 10 with UFC Fight Night 80: Namajunas vs Van Zant. The stacked 11 fight card kicks off a three-card UFC weekend and will be live entirely on UFC Fight Pass, with the main card getting going 10pm ET and preliminary action preciding it at 6:45pm ET. If interested in wagering on these plays, or any plays for this fight card, all betting lines will be made available at Several Bookmakerss. Here are my prop plays: Paige VanZant (-165) vs Rose Namajunas (+145) Namajunas by Submission (+290) 1u to win 2.9u I think this is the most likely outcome to this first female non-title fight main event contest scheduled for five rounds. I think Namajunas has arguably the best submission game in the UFC’s women’s strawweight division and I expect this fight to hit the mat, where I think she will have a great chance of pulling off the submission for the upset victory over VanZant, who is a betting favorite over her heading into this ladies barn-burner. Cody Pfister (+900) vs Sage Northcutt (-1250) Northcutt by T/KO (+130) 1.5u to win 1.95u I have trouble seeing this lightweight match-up play out any other way but violently. The question I am asking is not if Northcutt will stop Pfister, it’s how long will it take him? My guess is not very, especially considering he finished Francisco Trevino within seconds in his promotional debut, and I think Trevino is tougher to put away than Pfister. There is a decent chance that Northcutt submits Pfister, but I feel a T/KO is a much greater outcome, and at the current underdog tag of +130, I think there’s enough value in it to pull the trigger on a wager. Elias Theodorou (-250) vs Thiago Santos (+210) Theodorou by Decision (+126) 2u to win 2.52u Theodorou’s striking has been improving drastically since winning the TUF: Nations tournament, but I think his wrestling will be the difference in this middleweight contest. He will enjoy a size and strength advantage over the Brazilian, who previously competed at welterweight prior to signing with the UFC for a short notice bout at middleweight and going on to find success in the division. I think Theorodou will wear Santos down and grind him out over the course of 15-minutes to pick up a unanimous decision victory on the judges’ scorecards in this contest. He will look for the finish, but I think it will be tough to come, as the Brazilian is tough, durable and hard to put away. John Howard (+320) vs Tim Means (-390) Means by TKO (+195) 1u to win 1.95u Tim Means Business, and I think he does so with a T/KO finish in this contest against Howard, who may have already started to hit his decline.