UFC Fight Night 90: dos Anjos vs Alvarez Date: July 7, 2016 Arena: MGM Grand Garden Arena City: Las Vegas, NV The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is back in Las Vegas tonight (July 7, 2016) with UFC Fight Night 90: dos Anjos vs Alvarez. The 12-fight card airs entirely on UFC Fight Pass, with preliminary action kicking off 6:30pm ET, with main card action getting underway at 10pm ET. If interested in wagering on these ‘FOTN’ props or any other plays for this fight card, all betting lines will be made available at Several Bookmakerss. The ‘Fight of the Night’ plays that hold the most value are: Pyle/Mina +650 || 1u to win 6.5u As long as this bout does not end very early in the first round of action, I think it stands a good chance of taking home the evening’s ‘Fight of the Night’ honors, as I think these two will likely produce an entertaining scrap more often than not. Pyle recently bounced back into the win column with a third round TKO over Sean Spencer, a fight in which he earned his first ever ‘Fight of the Night’ bonus in the UFC. Should he and Mine secure the bonus today, it would mean the second time for him, while being the first for Mina, who is coming off a controversial split decision win over Yoshihiro Akiyama. I think there’s a good chance these welterweights put on a show and at +650, I think this play is worth a shot. Munhoz/Doane +700 || 1u to win 7u I think this is an excellent match-up in the UFC’s bantamweight division and is a fight I am very much looking forward to. These 135-pounders are likely to produce fireworks when they square off inside the Octagon this evening. This is an important fight for both bantamweights, as they are coming off losses and looking to avoid dropping two in a row, as it could potentially mean receiving a pink slip from the promotion. Their backs are against the wall heading into this one and I expect them both to give it everything they’ve got and leave it all inside the Octagon. Should Munhoz and Doane manage to take home the evening’s ‘Fight of the Night’ honors, it would mean the first time for both bantamweight fighters.