Video: Georges St. Pierre sucked into a gravity machine on his 'Road to Recovery'

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Welterweight Champion Georges St. Pierre, who was forced to put his 170-pound strap behind glass while he rehabs a surgically repaired knee, gives fans another update on his "road to recovery," featuring a training video that has "Rush" walking on air.

The Canadian kingpin was plopped into an anti-gravity treadmill to allow him the ability to ease back into running with out the slam-bang impact of his full weight directly on his tender little knee.

St. Pierre recently told the media and fans his doctor has informed him his knee injury is healing faster than anyone he's ever seen before.

Does that mean we could see his return at UFC 154 on Nov. 17 in Montreal?

"My rehab is going really well. The doctor says it is the fastest they've ever seen. I'm halfway through my rehab and I can't push too much. I have to wait the minimum amount of time that I'm allowed to start training again. I'll be training full out in July and hopefully I'll have a chance to fight in front of my Canadian fans in November."

Awaiting GSP 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.

Stay tuned.

To check out episode two of St. Pierre's "Road to Recovery" click here.

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