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UFC 281 Props: Not for Faint of Heart

Pounce on These Six Fight-Ending Bets

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Everyone loves a good ending. For MMA, that comes in the form of a vicious finish either via knockout or a submission. Let’s call a spade a spade – fans love the UFC because of the action it brings. Well, Dana White spared no expense in stacking a fan-friendly card for the UFC’s return to the Big Apple. Find all these props in the online sportsbook.

Stay tuned as we’ll be covering the most important UFC fight card and we’ll also be sharing our UFC predictions for the upcoming tournaments.

Karolina Kowalkiewicz reacts during UFC 205 Weigh-ins
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Kowalkiewicz Chokes Out Gomez Juarez

When Karolina Kowalkiewicz (13-7-0) faces Silvana Gomez Juarez (11-4-0), we will see someone get finished. Gomez Juarez hits hard and can put Kowalkiewicz’s lights out. But the Polish kickboxer is tough and will exploit Gomez Juarez’s lack of grappling. The submission is there for Kowalkiewicz and it pays close to 3-1 when betting online.

  • Pick: Kowalkiewicz By KO, TKO, Submission or DQ +300

Meatball Serves An Upset Special Again

Molly “Meatball” McCann (13-4-0) is a fan favorite and a money train on the UFC lines. The Englishwoman has consecutive KOs and her third could be the most lucrative. Erin Blanchfield (9-1-0) is a dominant wrestler but is being overestimated. McCann is likely to get controlled. But at 8-1, it’s worth throwing a dart on McCann to catch Blanchfield, who is raw in the striking department.

  • Pick: McCann By KO, TKO, Submission or DQ +800

Reyes Flattens Spann Within One

Dominick Reyes (12-3-0) returns after an 18-month layoff and he’s ready to get back to his “devastating” ways. Ryan Spann (20-7-0) is a dangerous opponent but is inconsistent. He is 2-2 in his last four fights and all four results have come via a finish. Reyes should be able to snipe him and finish him quickly.

  • Pick: Reyes By KO/TKO/DQ and Round 1 +275

Hooker Times Puelles

Dan Hooker (21-12-0) has a great matchup before him in Claudio Puelles (12-2-0). The Peruvian is on a roll, having won five straight, and is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu player. That means Hooker can light him up on their feet or even out-wrestle him. Other than a Hail Mary submission, Puelles won’t beat Hooker. In fact, the Kiwi could just time Puelles when he goes for an ill-fated takedown attempt…

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  • Pick: Hooker By KO, TKO, Submission or DQ +200

Zhang Destroys Esparza

In the co-main event, Zhang Weili (22-3-0) is set to recapture her strawweight belt at the expense of Carla Esparza (19-6-0). This is deja vu for Esparza, who first lost the belt in a one-sided beatdown over seven years ago. Now, Zhang will show her no mercy as she either clubs Esparza on the mat or pounds her on her feet.

  • Pick: Zhang By KO, TKO, Submission or DQ -130

Adesanya Exorcises Ghosts Against Pereira

There is a reason why Israel Adesanya (23-1-0) is the betting favorite against his arch-nemesis Alex Pereira (6-1-0): He’ll do whatever it takes to win. Take that how you will, but the five-time defending middleweight champ’s line is lengthening despite his two losses to Pereira in kickboxing.

Adesanya has something special cooked up for the Brazilian, who appears too sure of himself heading to this fight. Hence, Adesanya knocking out Pereira could be the best UFC bet of the evening. Alternatively, those on the fence can also bet on this one not needing the championship rounds as these rivals will not waste time.

  • Pick: Adesanya By KO, TKO, DQ or Submission +275
  • Pick: Will Specified Round Start? Round 4 – NO +170

UFC Fights Information

  • Date: Saturday, Nov. 12th, 6 p.m. ET
  • Venue: Madison Square Garden, New York City
  • Live stream: UFC Fight Pass

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