If you were smart/bold enough to attack the prop bets for UFC on FOX 10 then you would have made a ton of cash because a number of massive underdog prop bets came through. Here are five crazy UFC on FOX 10 prop bets that cashed big based on the closing odds at 5Dimes Sportsbook. Benson Henderson wins by split/majority decision (+700) In the main event of UFC on FOX 10, Benson Henderson was able to narrowly outpoint Josh Thomson on the judges’ scorecards en route to a split decision victory. Although many figured this fight would end up being close on the scorecards, for some reason the prop bet on Henderson to win by split/majority decision was available massive +700. So if you were able to hit that one, congrats because that was a very nice hit. Stipe Miocic wins by unanimous decision (+454) In the co-main event of the evening, Stipe Miocic was able to outpoint Gabriel Gonzaga and win a unanimous decision. Most expected Miocic to finish the chinny Gonzaga but he wasn’t, and the prop bet on Miocic cashed out at a nice +454 at the end of 15 minutes. Jeremy Stephens wins by unanimous decision (+450) In the first fight of the main card, Jeremy Stephens defeated Darren Elkins via unanimous decision. Most that were picking Stephens figured he’d win by T/KO, but Elkins proved tough enough to last the full three rounds and the prop bet on Stephens cashed out at a gigantic +450. Alex Caceres wins by submission (+700)/Caceres wins in round three (+2500)/Caceres wins SOTN (+1500) In what was the “Fight of the Night” at UFC on FOX 10, Alex Caceres was able to submit up-and-coming prospect Sergio Pettis with just 21 seconds left in the third round. It was a tremendous performance by Caceres, and a number of huge prop bets surrounding his finish cashed. Caceres wins by submission was +700, Caceres wins “Submission of the Night” was +1500, and the biggest prop bet of all to hit was Caceres wins in round three, which cashed out at +2500. Nikita Krylov wins by T/KO (+710) In the very first fight of the night, Nikita Krylov shocked the MMA world with a furious first-round TKO of Walt Harris that started with a head kick and finished with punches. No one was expecting Krylov to win, and certainly not by T/KO, so the prop bet on him to win by that method was undervalued and cashed out at a massive +710.
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