Brock Lesnar’s chances of rejoining UFC ‘very, very, very good’ – Dana White

Brock Lesnar is responsible of one of the most memorable moments in WWE history – ending the Undertaker's WrestleMania streak

UFC president Dana White says there is a “very, very, very good” chance Brock Lesnar will return to the company.

Lesnar is currently the WWE Universal champion but did not attend Raw this week, leading to an on-screen attack from his WrestleMania opponent Roman Reigns for a perceived “lack of respect” towards the business.

He was also absent from Sunday night’s Sky Sports Box Office event, Elimination Chamber, although he was not scheduled to appear, and was photographed in the host city Las Vegas with White.

That led to speculation that Lesnar will return to UFC after WrestleMania, and when asked on Sirius XM radio what the odds of that happening were, White said: “Very, very, very good.”

The suspension started six days after Lesnar competed at UFC 200, defeating Mark Hunt by unanimous decision in his first appearance in the octagon since December 2011.

Lesnar held the UFC heavyweight title for two years between 2008 and 2010 and has been the Universal champion in WWE since April 2017.