Five Props that Cashed Big at UFC Fight Night 95

francisco trinaldoFive Props is a column featured on after every major MMA event that highlights the biggest underdog prop bets to cash out from that card. Here’s five UFC Fight Night 95 prop bets that cashed big based on the closing odds at Several Bookmakers. 1) Trinaldo by T/KO (+710) Francisco Trinaldo defeated Paul Felder via third round TKO due to cut to extend his UFC winning streak to a very impressive seven. The last time I recall a non-champion 155-pounder having seven straight wins was Jim Miller, who was defeated by eventual champ Benson Henderson. Trinaldo continues to improve and look excellent inside the Octagon. Fight fans most definitely look forward to seeing him back inside the Octagon. If you were lucky enough to put a wager in on the Brazilian to win this fight by T/KO, then you lucky bastard, you cashed out at a whopping +710! 2) Spicely by Submission (+1300) Eric Spicely scored one of the biggest upsets of the year by defeating heavily favored Thiago Santos via first round rear naked choke submission. It was kind of similar to when Santos upset heavy favored Rony Markes via first round TKO in his promotional debut. It was an impressive outing for Spicely, who desparately needed the victory. Those who were wise enough to take a shot on him to win this fight by submission cashes out at an incredible +1300, so congrats to you, certainly. 3) E Silva by Submission (+375) Erick Silva defeated fellow Brazilian Luan Chagas via third round rear naked choke submission following a back and forth, entertaining three rounds of action that earned the fighters a ‘Fight of the Night’ bonus. If you wagered on Silva do end this fight by submission, then congratulations to you for cashing out at a solid +375. 4) Luque by T/KO (+317) Vicente Luque defeated Hector Urbina via brutal knockout just a minute into the opening stanza. The welterweights exchanged in a firefight but it was Luque who landed the vicious, fight ending blow, sending Urbina to the canvas and seperating him from consciousness. If you wagered on the Brazilian to win this fight by T/KO, then congratulations to you for cashing out at a gnarly +317. 5) Gillespie by Decision (+292) Gregor Gillespie was impressive in his promotional debut, using solid boxing fundamentals and excellent wrestling to cruise to a unanimous decision victory over Glaico Franca on the judges’ scorecards. He tried hard to finish his Brazilian counterpart with both strikes and submissions but had to settle for the decision victory. After a solid debut, fight fans look forward to seeing Gillespie back inside the Octagon. If you wagered on the New Yorker to take this fight on the judges’ scorecards, then you cashed out at a nice +292, so congratulations are in order. A $100 parlay on these five props would have netted $880,398.

Written by Gabe Killian

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