Five Props that Cashed Big During International Fight Week 2018
Five Props is a column featured on MMAOddsbreaker.com after every major MMA event that highlights the biggest underdog prop bets to cash out from that card. Here are five International Fight Week bets that cashed big based on the closing odds from across various sportsbooks.
1) Roxanne Modafferi by Knockout (+1665)
In one of the biggest prop cashes of the year, Roxanne Modafferi forced the referee to step in and stop her fight with Barb Honchak in the second round due to elbow strikes. The knockout victory paid backers a whopping +1665.
2) Derrick Lewis by Decision (+1050)
A matchup that not only frustrated fans, but the fighters as well as Derrick Lewis and Francis Ngannou both fought tentatively as neither fighter landed any impactful strikes. By virtue of being slightly more active, Lewisearned a decision nod which paid out at a hefty +1050 prop winner.
3) Anthony Pettis by Submission (+800)
In a glimpse of Anthony Pettis’ championship caliber performances of yesteryear, Pettis dropped Michael Chiesa in the second round and eventually secured a triangle choke to earn the victory and payout submission backers +800.
4) Daniel Cormier by Knockout (+617)
In one of the most memorable moments in years in the UFC, Daniel Cormier landed a counter right out of the clinch which sent Stipe Miocic spiraling to the canvas giving Cormier the win and the heavyweight championship. Cormier’s stunning knockout paid prop backers +617.
5) Israel Adesanya by Decision (+400)
Israel Adesanya fought in his first ever UFC main event. Tasked with fighting a tough, well-rounded middleweight in Brad Tavares, Adesanya dominated the striking exchanges, but was unable to get the finish to win a decision. The decision prop paid +400.
A $100 parlay on these five props would have netted $6,548,888.
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