It looks like we now know one of the outcomes of the Wrestlemania main events with Dana White saying Brock Lesnar will be returning to the UFC.

The UFC president indicated Wednesday on "UFC Tonight" that former heavyweight champion and current WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar will return to the Octagon in the foreseeable future.

"Yeah, Brock Lesnar's coming back," White told the show. "I don't know when, but yes he is."

White made his remarks shortly after Lesnar's close friend and on-screen advocate in WWE, Paul Heyman, revealed that the 40-year-old is "likely" to leave the wrestling ring after WrestleMania 34 on April 8..

On Monday night, during the Raw broadcast, Heyman hinted that both he and Lesnar would leave the WWE if Roman Reigns was to take the title from the champ at this Sunday’s pay-per-view. That started to plant the seeds that the current champion would be gone soon.

Lesnar has been rumored to be gearing up for a UFC return for some time. White added fuel to the fire in late February, posting a picture of himself and Lesnar, with the latter sporting UFC attire.

Lesnar last appeared in the Octagon at UFC 200 while contracted to WWE, defeating Mark Hunt via unanimous decision before the decision was overturned to a no contest due to a failed drug test by Lesnar.

He was suspended one year as a result of the test and was believed to have several months remaining on the ban when he notified the UFC he was officially retiring from mixed martial arts once again.

Lesnar won five of his first six UFC bouts from 2007-2010, claiming the heavyweight title and successfully defending it twice during that span.