It was a hard-hitting win for Hyun Go Lim which ignited the Milwaukee crowd in UFC 164’s fifth bout.

There was no feeling-out proceess between Lim and his opponent Pascual Krauss (pictured), as the two took the center of the cage to exchange strikes from the opening bell in their welterweight encounter.

But it was Lim who would land the more significant blows, ending a combination with a damaging left hook at the round’s midway point to force the German on his back heel. A series of punches, including a right hand to score a knockdown, was followed up by damaging knees in the clinch. Lim, of South Korea, would earn his seventh straight victory with a knee to the head which stopped Krauss cold at 3:58 of the first round.

At UFC 164, Hyun Go Lim defeated Pascal Krauss by T/KO at 3:58 of the first round.