UFC Fight Night 66 Date: May 16, 2015 Arena: SM Mall of Asia City: Pasay, Philippines The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is set to make it’s inaugral trip to the Philippines on Saturday (May 16) with UFC Fight Night 66: Edgar vs Faber. The event will feature an entirety of 12 bouts, including a six fight main card that will be live on FOX Sports 1 at 10am ET, with preliminary action preciding it at 8am ET on the same channel, and a pair of scraps at 7am ET on UFC Fight Pass prior to that. If interested in wagering on this parlay, all betting lines will be made available at 5Dimes Sportsbooks. Here are my prop plays for UFC Fight Night 66 in the Philippines: Costas Phillippou (+475) vs Gegard Mousasi (-650) Mousasi by Submission (+275) 1u to win 2.75u I think this is the most likely outcome to this middleweight co-main event match-up. Mousasi has the edge in wrestling, and massive edge in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. I think there is a good chance he eventually takes this fight to the mat, where it will only be a matter of time until he secures the submission for the victory. Luke Barnatt (-160) vs Mark Munoz (+140) Munoz by T/KO (+535) .7u to win 3.74u Munoz in Round Three (+1775) .6u to win 10.65u I see value in these lines. I feel like as long as Munoz does not get finished early, he is going to end up winning either a decision or via late T/KO. Hyun Gyu Lim (+110) vs Neil Magny (-130) Lim ITD (+185) .65u to win 1.2u Lim by Submission (+1050) .4u to win 4.2u I think there is a decent change that Lim gets the job done inside the distance, and while I favor the T/KO (+245) finish, I think the Submission (+1050) holds a lot more value. Lim is dangerous on the feet, as well as on the mat. If Magny tries to use his wrestling, he could end up getting tapped, as “Ace” has a very dangerous guard. Jon Tuck (-150) vs Tae Hyun Bang (+130) Tuck by Submission (+505) 1u to win 5.05u I think Tuck wins this fight and I think he does so by either decision or submission. The Decision prop is at +165, while the Submission prop offers a massive return of +505. Needless to say, that’s where I think the value is, and considering Tuck has the edge in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Bang’s poor defensive grappling skills, I think there’s a good chance this ticket cashes.