(Esther Lin/Strikeforce)UFC 192: Fantasy MMA Guide RJ Gardner September 30, 2015 Events, Previews, Promotions, Spotlight, UFC DraftKings.com is one of the largest and most recognizable fantasy sports sites on the web. Every day, DraftKings offers a slew of daily fantasy sports games for real money and now that MMA is part of action fight fans have been flocking to the site to try their hand at fantasy MMA. As such, we here at The MMA Corner want to help our readers finish in the money so every fight week we will offer up tips and advice for putting together your DraftKings Fantasy MMA contest lineups. Before we get into this week’s guide, let’s review the basics of Fantasy MMA. For each contest, participants will be given a $50,000 salary cap to select a five-fighter lineup. The fighter pool will consist of all fighters expected to be competing in the upcoming event. Fighter salaries are determined by their past performances and they have nothing to do with what fighters are actually making. Fighters score points in two ways. First there is move scoring; +0.5 for significant strikes, +1 for advancing position, +2 for takedowns, +2 for reversals or sweeps and +3 for knockdowns. Then there are fight conclusion bonuses; +100 for a first round win, +70 for a second round win, +50 for a third round win, +40 for a fourth round win, +40 for a fifth-round win and +25 for a decision win. Fight scoring will be based on FightMetric statistical data. Winning/placing is based on the total score of your five fight lineup. On tap for this week’s Fantasy MMA contests is UFC 192: Cormier vs. Gustafsson. First and foremost, the most important key to putting together a winning Fantasy MMA lineup is, understanding the true value of win bonuses. When you are selecting your fighters, always make sure to take fighters you believe will win the fight. At the end of the contest, those win bonuses add up and they separate the contest winners from the losers. Value Pick At just $9,500, heavyweight, Shawn Jordan, should be a great value play here. Ruslan Magomedov is a talented and relatively young heavyweight, but Jordan is a tremendous athlete with vicious stopping power. With 17 of his 18 career wins coming by way of stoppag,e and riding the wave of the three-fight UFC win streak, look for Jordan to keep that momentum going. Tip of the Week At $10,600, women’s strawweight, Rose Namajunas, is a must have on your roster this weekend. The TUF runner-up will finally get to make to actual UFC debut and she has a very favorable opponent. Angela Hill – who was also on season 20 of TUF – is a young fighter with a lot of holes in her round game. Between Namajunas’ smooth striking and slick submission game she will get the finish. To get in on all of the DraftKings Fantasy MMA action CLICK HERE to sign up and play.