At LFA 96, bantamweight up-and-comer Mo Miller proved once again he can be a serious problem for his competition.

Taking on Bellator alumnus Regivaldo Carvalho, Miller (5-0) utilized a suplex multiple times – twice in Round 1. The third significant time came midway through Round 2 – and it proved to be the charm.

Miller, 28, elevated his opponent and dropped Carvalho (5-3) right on his head. Carvalho was out upon impact. Follow-up punches occurred, though the damage was already done. Carvalho’s head bounced back and forth before the referee stepped in and waved off the fight.

A member of Strong Style MMA in Independence, Ohio, Miller is a teammate of UFC heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic, former UFC women’s flyweight title challenger Jessica Eye, and UFC light heavyweight Aleksa Camur.

With the victory, Miller, a former Division II All-American, remains undefeated in his career. After going 6-0 as an amateur, Miller turned professional in August 2019. In five professional fights, Miller has picked up four finishes.

LFA 96 took place Friday at Hartman Arena in Park City, Kan. The card streamed on UFC Fight Pass.