Johny Hendricks vs. Robbie Lawler staredown pic from UFC 171 media tour

Here is the first of surely many staredown pics featuring Johny Hendricks coming hat-to-hat face-to-face with Robbie Lawler.

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is going to crown a new welterweight champion at the upcoming UFC 171: "Hendricks vs. Lawler" pay-per-view (PPV) event, which takes place inside American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas, on March 15, 2014.

That's just two months away.

As the name suggests, UFC 171 will feature a monster main event showdown featuring Johny Hendricks against Robbie Lawler for the vacant 170-pound title, thanks to Georges St. Pierre's departure from the sport of mixed martial arts (MMA).

See the full poster for UFC 171 here.

Hendricks (15-2) likely feels he is already the rightful champion, following a controversial loss to St. Pierre at UFC 167 last year in Las Vegas. The scorecards were a source of much contention and "Bigg Rigg" will finally have a chance to put that all behind him.

Easier said than done.

Waiting to steal his spot is the resurgent Lawler (22-9), who finds himself an unlikely contender thanks to a late-career resurgence. Since returning to the Octagon last February, "Ruthless" has recorded three consecutive wins with two brutal knockouts.

One more and he completes his Cinderella story.

Who ya' got?

To check out the latest UFC 171: "Hendricks vs. Lawler" fight card and rumors click here.

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