TORONTO -- Another chapter to the post-Georges St-Pierre welterweight story will be written at UFC 171, with No. 2 contender Carlos (The Natural Born Killer) Condit taking on Tyron (The Chosen One) Woodley. The title recently vacated by St-Pierre will be on the line at the March 15 card in Dallas when No. 1 contender Johny (Bigg Rigg) Hendricks faces No. 3 (Ruthless) Robbie Lawler (22-9 with one no contest). Hendricks (15-2) is coming off a controversial split decision loss to St-Pierre at UFC 167 last month. The Condit-Woodley winner could become the next title contender. The 170-pound championship has belonged to St-Pierre since he won it back from Matt (The Terror) Serra at UFC 83 in Montreal in April 2008. St-Pierre (25-2) beat Condit at UFC 154 in November 2012. Condit (29-7) has beaten Martin (The Hitman) Kampmann and lost to Hendricks since then. The Condit-Woodley announcement Tuesday means that seven of the UFCs top 10 welterweights have fights scheduled. Condit was due to meet No. 8 Matt (The Immortal) Brown last Saturday on a televised card in Sacramento but the fight was called off when Brown (20-11) was sidelined with a back injury. The unranked Woodley had campaigned on Twitter to be Browns replacement. Woodley (12-2) is coming off an impressive first-round TKO win over veteran Josh Koscheck. The 31-year-old from St Louis went 8-0 in Strikeforce before losing via fourth-round TKO to Nate (The Great) Marquardt in a title bout. He opened his UFC account with a first-round stoppage of Jay Hieron before losing a close decision to Jake Shields. Shields, ranked seventh among 170 pounders, is expected to meet Hector Lombard at UFC 171. Montreals Rory MacDonald, ranked fourth, is to fight No. 6 Demian Maia at UFC UFC 170 on Feb. 22 in Las Vegas. And No. 10 Tarec (Sponge) Saffiedine takes on Hyun Gyu Lim on a televised card Jan. 4 in Singapore. The only ranked welterweights currently without fights are Brown, No. 5 Jake (The Juggernaut) Ellenberger and No. 9 Kampmann. Other UFC welterweight matchups already announced include: -- Bobby Voelker versus William Macario and Siyar Bahadurzada versus John Howard at UFC 168, Dec. 28 in Las Vegas. -- Luiz Dutra versus Kiichi Kunimoto, Jan. 4 in Singapore -- Adlan Amagov versus Jason High, Jan. 15 in Atlanta. -- T.J. Waldburger versus Mike Pyle, UFC 170, Feb. 22 in Las Vegas. -- Alex Garcia versus Sean Spencer, UFC 171, March 15 in Dallas. The highest-profile welterweight outside the FC is former Bellator champion Ben Askren (12-0), who recently signed with the Asian-based One FC promotion. SARNIA, Ont. - Christian Dvorak and Michael McCarron each had three goals and three assists to power the London Knights to an 11-4 win over the Sarnia Sting in Ontario Hockey League action on Wednesday.Mitchell Marner scored two goals and helped on three others for the Knights (23-10-3), who were a perfect 4 for 4 on the power play. Chandler Yakimowicz, Aaron Berisha and Victor Mete rounded out the attack for London, which has won eight of its last nine games.Jakob Chychrun led the Sting (18-14-3) with a goal and two assists. Noah Bushnell, Daniel Nikandrov and Jake ODonnell also scored.Knights goalie Michael Giugovaz stopped 17 shots in the win.Taylor Dupuis started in net for Sarnia, giving up six goals on nine shots through 20 minutes of action. Justin Fazio stopped 13-of-18 shots in relief.The Sting scored twice on four chances with the man advantage.---BATTALION 1 67s 0NORTH BAY, Ont. — Zach Poirier scored the lone goal at 4:43 of the second period to lift the Battalion over Ottawa.Evan Cormier stopped 12 shots to get the shutout for the Battalion (17-9-6).Leo Lazarev made 12 saves for the 67s (17-14-3).---WHALERS 6 SPITFIRES 4WINDSOR, Ont. — Connor Chathams power-play goal just 33 seconds into the third period held up as the winner as Plymouth topped the Spitfires.Victor Crus Rydberg led the Whalers (12-21-3) with a goal and two assists while Mitch Jones, Nicholas Caamano, and Vincent Scognamiglio rounded out the attack. Josh Wesley added aan empty-net goal at 19:38 of the third period to seal the victory.ddddddddddddLiam Murray and Trevor Murphy had a goal and an assist apiece for Windsor (13-21-1), and Ryan Moore and Cristiano DiGiacinto also scored.---OTTERS 4 STORM 3ERIE, Pa. — Nicholas Baptiste scored two goals and assisted on another to lift the Otters over Guelph.Trent Fox and Dylan Strome rounded out the offence for Erie (26-7-3), while Alex DeBrincat chipped in with three assists.Jason Dickinson and Tyler Bertuzzi had a goal and an assist apiece for the Storm (20-14-2). Adam Craievich also scored.---PETES 3 ICEDOGS 2ST. CATHARINES, Ont. — Josh MacDonald scored a tiebreaking goal 45 seconds into the second period and Peterborough held on to edge the IceDogs.Michael Clark and Matt Spencer also scored for the Petes (12-18-4), who were outshot 42-22.Matt Gillard and Carter Verhaeghe supplied the offence for Niagara (12-21-2).---COLTS 6 BULLS 1BARRIE, Ont. — Joseph Blaindisi scored two goals and assisted on two more to power the Colts past Belleville.Brendan Lemieux also struck twice for Barrie (21-12-1), which scored four power-play goals on 10 chances. Kevin Labanc had a goal and three helpers and Justin Scott rounded out the offence.David Tomasek had the lone goal for the Bulls (17-15-3), who were 0 for 8 with the man advantage.Note to readers: This is a corrected story. A previous version said the London Knights extended their winning streak to eight games. 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