Valerie Loureda was a massive superstar while competing in mixed martial arts for Bellator MMA.
“Master” Loureda went 4-1 as a professional mixed martial artist and left the sport at just 24-years of age. When you look at the amount of time the Miami, Florida native spent in the sport of MMA, one might question how one could label her a ‘Superstar’ but that is exactly how the Bellator brand built her. She was arguably one of the promotion’s biggest stars in her short two-plus years there.
Since her departure from MMA, Loureda ressurected her stardom merely weeks later in professional wrestling.
Valerie Loureda made her pro wrestling debut in November for WWE’s NXT in Orlando for a house show as part of the brand’s Coconut Loop/Citrus Circuit.
Her official wrestling debut for NXT occurred Nov. 12 at an NXT live event (house show) in Orlando. She teamed with Xyon Quin and Bronco Nima against Andre Chase, Duke Hudson and Thea Hail of Chase U.
“I will be the greatest female superstar of all time,” Loureda tweeted along with an article from Miami Herald writer Jim Varsallone.
I will be the greatest female superstar of all time.https://t.co/kMp4A4mEGz
— Valerie Loureda (@lolavicewwe) December 14, 2022
Loureda will now be known as “Lola Vice” in the world of professional wrestling.
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