Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Welterweight Champion Georges St. Pierre, who recently signed a 12-month deal with 888 Poker that will land him a spot in the 2012 World Series of Poker, is on location in Stockholm, Sweden, to show off his ball-bouncing ability at the Pancrase Gym.
"Rush" is part of the cast and crew for UFC on FUEL TV 2, cornering TriStar teammate Francis Carmont against Magnus Cedenblad at the Ericsson Globe Arena on Saturday night (April 14, 2012).
Telegraph.co.uk was on the scene:
"I'm two months away from starting to train again. There was one move on there I really couldn't go for, because of my knee."
The Canadian kingpin was forced to put his 170-pound strap behind glass while he rehabs a surgically repaired knee, but recently told the media and fans his doctor has informed him his knee injury is healing faster than anyone he's ever seen before.
Video of his ball bouncing after the jump.
St. Pierre is currently targeting a return to the Octagon at UFC 154 on Nov. 17 in Montreal. To see his progress during his "Road to Recovery" click here.