It’s been three months since UFC welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre underwent surgery to report a torn ACL suffered while training for a much-anticipated title-fight with Nick Diaz. In the wake of his injury an interim belt was awarded to Carlos Condit who outpointed Diaz in GSP’s absence, leaving the popular French-Canadian to rehab his knee while working towards an eventual meeting with “The Natural Born Killer”.

St. Pierre recently gave fans a glimpse at the recovery process in a series of videos documenting his journey back to the Octagon where the 30-year old can be seen doing a series of strength/conditioning exercises including time in the pool. The severity of his surgery is also still evident in the appearance of his still-raw and scarred knee.

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No specific timetable has been put in place for St. Pierre's return to the ring though he is expected to be ready by November if he avoids any health-related setbacks.

See how GSP’s “Road to Recovery” is going below:

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