UFC Fight Night 92: Rodriguez vs Caceres Date: August 6, 2016 Arena: Vivint Smart Arena City: Salt Lake City, UT The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heads Salt Lake City, UT for the first time in promotional history with UFC Fight Night 92: Rodriguez vs Caceres. Main card action will be live on FOX Sports 1 at 10pm ET. Preliminary action will precede on the saem channel at 8pm ET and on UFC Fight Pass at 7pm 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: Moroz/Taylor +1050 || .3u to win 3.15u Maryna Moroz vs Danielle Taylor has the potential of being a very entertaining striking battle, given that Taylor finds success in closing the distance and making this a competitive contest. Moroz will be looking to make it two in a row for herself inside the Octagon coming off a unanimous decision win over Cristina Stanciu and Taylor will be making her promotional debut, and she will be looking to remain undefeated. It is no secret that UFC President Dana White often favors women’s bouts for the ‘Fight of the Night’ bonus on cards where the ladies deliver. At +1050, I think this is worth a stab here. Should these women’s strawweights manage to take home the evening’s bonus, it would be the first time for both ladies. McGee/Steele +1000 || .25u to win 2.5u Court McGee has a dream come true of getting the opportunity to compete inside the Octagon in front of his hometown Salt Lake City crowd and I think he will put on a show against Dominique Steele, who took home ‘Fight of the Night’ honors in his latest Octagon outing against Leon Roberts. McGee is coming off a first round TKO loss against Santiago Ponzinibbio and both fighters will be looking to return to the win column with a victory in this contest. I think McGee and Steele have a good chance of producing an entertaining scrap, and at +1000, I think it’s worth a tiny stab. Should these welterweights walk away with the evening’s ‘Fight of the Night’ honors, it would be the very first time for McGee and the second for Steele.