The next welterweight title bout is set as champion Robbie Lawler will put his belt on the line at UFC 193 against Carlos Condit on Nov. 14.

UFC officials confirmed to "UFC Tonight" that the fighters agreed to the bout, after it was initially reported by Bleacher Report.

UFC 193 will be in Melbourne, Australia, however a venue hasn't been secured yet.

Lawler will make his second straight title defense since taking the belt from Johny Hendricks in 2014. Lawler most recently finished Rory MacDonald in a "Fight of the Year" candidate at UFC 189 in July, marking the second time he's defeated the Canadian contender.

Condit will look to reclaim the UFC welterweight title after becoming interim champion in 2012 before losing to former 170-pound king Georges St-Pierre.

Condit suffered a torn ACL last year in a fight with Tyron Woodley and was forced to sit out for most of 2014. Upon returning to the Octagon, Condit put on an incredible performance against Thiago Alves to defeat the Brazilian by TKO and earn his chance to face Lawler for the title.