Video: Georges St. Pierre's 'Road Back to the Octagon'

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Welterweight Champion Georges St. Pierre, who forced the creation of a bastard belt while he rehabs a surgically repaired knee, gets a behind-the-scenes look at his "Road Back to the Octagon" on the most recent episode of UFC "Ultimate Insider" on FUEL TV.

It's basically a more in-depth look than his ongoing "Road to Recovery" video series.

The Canadian kingpin, who suffered a torn ACL in training camp, is apparently healing fast enough to suggest a Octagon return at UFC 154 on Nov. 17, 2012 in Montreal.

Or not.

"It's a devastating injury because if it's not taken care of well, with the right people, the right team, you can never come back the same. The most dangerous thing is to come back too fast and re-injure again, so I need to step back sometimes. Even though I feel good and I want to do more, I have to do less and follow the protocol."

Awaiting "Rush" when he does finally return is Carlos Condit, who won the Interim welterweight championship after a grueling five round affair against Nick Diaz back at UFC 143 on Feb. 4 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Stay tuned.

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