UFC 275 Props: The Knockouts are Coming

Big Blows Will Land in Singapore

We have three of the best UFC 275 props for Saturday’s card in Singapore and it could be a night of finishes.

Bettors can bet on UFC fights throughout the night, including the early prelims, prelims, and the main card.

Our UFC 275 props kick off with Andre Fialho vs Jake Matthews and we don’t expect it to go the distance.

Fialho Brings the Power

We expect Andre Fialho and Jake Matthews to go hammer down to kick off the prelims, but Fialho should have the power advantage.

The 28-year-old welterweight knocked out Cameron VanCamp in the first round earlier this year, and he also knocked out Miguel Baeza with an impressive strike.

Having already fought twice in 2022 is a massive advantage and it shows his hunger. He is a busy fighter looking for another ‘Knockout of the Night’ ($50,000) bonus, so he’s a big player in our UFC 275 props.

Matthews is a handy fighter in his own right but he doesn’t have fitness on his side and Fialho could bring the heat.

He’s one of our best UFC 275 prop bets and the +110 to win by KO, TKO, or submission is too good to pass up.

Submission Value with Allen

Bettors get good value odds for Brendan Allen to score a submission win against Jacob Malkoun, who we don’t rate very highly.

Brendan Allen is a submission specialist, and we anticipate that the American will be too strong for his opponent, who lacks experience and hasn’t fought anyone on the same level as Allen.

He made short work of Smiling Sam Alvey, who has much more experience than Malkoun. That should be the best betting odds guide for UFC 275 props and we’re confident Allen can end the fight with a submission victory.

Bettors get +105 for Allen to win via submission, KO, or TKO, which provides bettors with some insurance. He is a submission specialist but he also has power, so just in case he can land a big blow, that is covered with this prop bet.

Kape is a Highlight Reel

We believe Manel Kape is one of the better bets on the UFC 275 card, and he has the potential to knock out Rogerio Bontorin early.

The 17-6 fighter is coming off two outstanding knockout victories, including first-round victories over Ode Osbourne and Zhalgas Zhumagulov.

He is a confident fighter and he could make his way up the rankings.

“It’s not that I believe; I know that I’m one of the number one or the number two best in the world in the flyweight division,” Kape told UFC.com. “This position for me is not a surprise; this is something I deserve because I’ve been working. This is just the beginning.

“I’m faster than him, I’m super dangerous, as you can see in my record. I finish everybody, even on the ground or in striking.”

We love the confidence and he could score his third consecutive knockout win. It pays +110 and that’s one of the better UFC 275 props of the day.

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