UFC Fight Night 95: Cyborg vs Lansberg Date: September 24, 2016 Arena: Nilson Nelson Gymnasium City: Brasilia, Brazil The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will be back in Brasilia, Brazil this Saturday night (September 24, 2016) for UFC Fight Night 95: Cyborg vs Lansberg. The 13-fight card is set to kick off with prelims at 6:30pm ET on UFC Fight Pass and the preliminary action will continue on FOX Sports 1 at 8pm, with the main card being on the same channel at 10pm. If interested in wagering on this parlay, or any bouts for this fight card, all betting lines are currently made available at Several Bookmakers. The ‘Fight of the Night’ plays that hold the most value are: Barao/Nover +650 || .5u to win 3.25u I think this is likely going to be a fun co-main event in the UFC’s featherweight division, with Barao coming off a unanimous decision loss to Jeremy Stephens in his 145-pound debut and looking for his first win in the division. Nover will also be looking to bounce back into the win column following a split decision loss to Zubaira Tukhugov at UFC Fight Night 80 last December. This is an important fight for both 145-pounders who have something to prove and I expect a good showinig from both. At the current offering price of +650, I think there’s value in this co-main event bout taking home the evening’s ‘Fight of the Night’ honors, so I like it for a small play. Should these featherweights end up taking home the bonus, it would be the fourth time for Barao in his UFC career, while being the very first for Nover. Trinaldo/Felder +375 || 1u to win 3.75u This is my top pick to take home the evening’s ‘Fight of the Night’ bonus. The price opened at +550, which I was happy about, but it dropped to +450 and then to the current +375, which I still think holds value and is worth a unit wager. Trinaldo rides an impressive six fight winning streak heading into this contest and will be looking to make that into seven against Felder, who will be looking for his third straight. I think Trinaldo vs Felder has a high chance of producing fireworks, likely from start to finish, regardless of whether it lasts two minutes or goes for all 15. I think these 155-pounders will put on a show for the fans in Brazil this evening, and should they manage to take home the evening’s ‘Fight of the Night’ honors, it would be the second time for both lightweight fighters.