Lyoto Machida’s glorious MMA career may be over, but another fighter continues to carry the Machida family name. The Dragon’s older brother, 39-year-old Chinzo, just scored his second straight victory in Bellator.

Chinzo (5-2) fought lightweight Jamar Ocampo (2-1) in a three round bout on the undercard of Bellator 170: Sonnen vs Ortiz. He was getting dominated by Ocampo, but turned things in the third when he landed a bomb.

Ocampo was out-grappling Chinzo throughout the course of the bout. And was on his way to getting outworked and most likely would have lost a decision. But a combination in the third round turned things around for Chinzo.

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A head kick and a straight right cross changed the complexion of the match. And the rest was history.

Chinzo struggled with Ocampo’s grappling all throughout the fight. And was well behind on judges’ scorecards entering the third round. The only thing that could win him the bout was obviously a knockout.

As the 39-year-old looked desperately for a finish, Chinzo landed a head kick from out of nowhere. Rocking Ocampo, having him visibly stunned. After a few seconds, Chinzo realized he had his opponent hurt, so he smacked him with a follow-up right hand that ended the fight.

The end came officially at 3:48 minutes of round three.

WATCH: Chinzo Earns the Spectacular Finish

The victory marks the second-straight win for Chinzo under the Bellator banner. Both of his victories have come by spectacular stoppage. In his first bout for the promotion, Chinzo stopped Mario Navarro via first round TKO.

Chinzo started late in MMA, as opposed to his brother Lyoto who is one of the most well-known and beloved MMA heroes of our time. Lyoto last fought in June of 2015, getting stopped by Yoel Romero. He announced his retirement shortly after.

Lyoto finished with a record of 22-7, with victories over Mark Munoz, Gegard Mousasi, Dan Henderson, Randy Couture and Ryan Bader. He was one of the most popular fighters of the 2000’s and was even awarded 2009 Fighter of the Year.

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