Five Props is a column featured on after every major MMA event that highlights the largest underdog prop bets to money from this card. Here are five UFC 239 bets that cashed big based on the final odds from across various sportsbooks.
1) Chance Rencountre by Conclusion (+665)
As a +419 underdog, Chance Rencountre was a heavy underdog in this fight. After he was able to secure a takedown late in round one, his confidence grew and he managed to control the battle on the mat carrying a clear conclusion over Ismail Naurdiev. Rencountre intentionally was that the largest prop winner on the card in +665
2) Edmen Shahbazyan by Submission (+515)
Edmen Shahbazyan got the first entry success of his career when he took Jack Marshman into the mat early in round one and immediately latched in a rear naked choke for the victory. Those bettors that predicted Shahbazyan would get his first submission were rewarded with a +515 cash 3) Jan Blachowicz from Knockout (+500)
On the PPV card, Jan Blachowicz denied Luke Rockhold a successful debut at light heavyweight as he managed to knockout the former middleweight champion in the second round. Blachowicz by knockout paid out in +500 4) Jon Jones by Decision (+450)
In the primary event, Jon Jones once more was forced to go 25 minutes from a challenger. Like every one of his title defenses, he had his hand raised in the end winning by split decision to win the title. Jones by choice paid out in a handsome +450
5) Yadong Song by Knockout (+333)
Yadong Song impressed on the preliminary card since he smashed Alejandro Perez with a ideal hand to make a first round knockout. Song by knockout cashed out in +333 A $100 parlay on those five props could have netted a shocking $672,162
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