UFC President Dana White, who has had a horrid past 24 hours or more in regards to the Conor McGregor controversy at the UFC 223 weigh-ins yesterday, which ultimately resulted in several changes to the pay-per-view card, has confirmed that he will be in New Orleans this Sunday night, just one night after the UFC 223 pay-per-view, to attend his first WrestleMania pay-per-view.

White’s attendance at the WWE’s biggest event of the year is down to a personal invitation from former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey, who noted in prior interviews that she wanted White, who she still considers a close friend, to attend her debut match for the WWE.

In an interesting note, White will also be in attendance for Brock Lesnar’s WWE Universal Title defense against Roman Reigns, in what could be Lesnar’s final WWE appearance before a return to the Octagon, something White hinted earlier in the week on UFC Tonight on FOX Sports would occur, but that he did not know the exact point of when Lesnar would return to UFC.