He also mentioned that if the wrestler wants to stick with the WWE, then that will happen as well.
It is entirely possible that Lesnar can still wreak havoc in the Octagon even in his 40s, but the athletic advantages he may hold over his fellow heavyweights may not be as pronounced now.More news: Jared Kushner's Security Clearance Depends on John Kelly, Trump Says
Lesnar was in Vegas to confront Reigns on Monday Night RAW, after the latter earned his title shot at the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view.
A WWE extension would not necessarily preclude Lesnar from getting back in the Octagon.
The 40-year-old Lesnar stepped away from the UFC and returned to WWE in 2011 after back-to-back losses against Cain Velasquez and Alistair Overeem.
Lesnar has always been rumoured to be making a return to the Las Vegas-based promotion as his on-screen WWE manager Paul Heyman recently told TMZ that he could do anything he wanted, including fighting in the UFC. If Brock Lesnar wants to fight in the UFC, he will fight in the UFC.More news: Dropbox to file for IPO with over $1.1 billion in annual revenue
His dominant win was overturned to a no contest, and Lesnar went back to the WWE on a part-time basis.
Lesnar was suspended for 1 year - but that suspension is now up and he's free to fight again.
Lesnar will still have to serve five months of a USADA drugs ban if he re-signs for taking estrogen blocker clomiphene prior to his last battle with Hunt.
Lesnar's WWE contract is about to expire in a month or so after WrestleMania, which is slated to take place on April 8, 2018. This allows the WWE some room to renegotiate, and an opportunity for Lesnar to use his interest in both the UFC and the WWE to leverage a lucrative deal with one or the other. Brock's probably the healthiest fighter to enter UFC if he decides to do that.More news: Winter Olympics: Russian bobsledder admits doping violation - CAS