Five Props that Cashed Big at UFC Fight Night 132

Five 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 are five UFC Fight Night 132 prop bets that cashed big based on the closing odds from across various sportsbooks.

1) Ovince St. Preux by Submission (+650)

Ovince St. Preux has been one of the constants in the light heavyweight decision over the last few years. The most surprising thing about St. Preux’s resume in the UFC is just how proficient he has become from top position. Even after he was rocked by Tyson Pedro, St. Preux was able to find top position later in the first round and put away his young foe with an armbar from top position. St. Preux’s submission was the top prop payout of the night at +650.

2) Shane Young by Knockout (+600)

In the fight of the night, Shane Young has no problem throwing down with Rolando Dy. In the second round, Young landed a beautiful elbow against the cage that sent Dy crumbling to the canvas. The referee stepped in giving Young the TKO victory and a +600 winner for Young knockout backers.

3) Song Yadong by Knockout (+500)

In what was the most surprising performance of the night, Song Yadong showed significant improvements as he out classed Felipe Arantes finishing him at the end of the second round. Yadong is a fighter on the rise and at only 20 years of age a real prospect in the bantamweight division. Yadong by knockout paid a handsome +500.  

4) Leon Edwards by Decision (+300)

It was not a surprise that Leon Edwards beat Donald Cerrone in the main event, but the method of victory certainly was not expected. It was the first time since October 2009 that Cerrone went to a five round decision. Edwards got off to a lead in this fight, but did have to work through a bit of adversity late to hold on to a decision to ensure Edwards decision backers received their +300 decision payout.  

5) Petr Yan by Knockout (+280)

In one of the best UFC debuts in recent memory, Petr Yan steamrolled Teruto Ishihara giving the Japanese fighter his first ever knockout loss. Yan by knockout paid out at +280.  

A $100 parlay on these five props would have netted $478,700.

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Jay Primetown

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