In a huge development, Mixed Martial Arts storm Valerie Loureda has been signed under a contract by WWE as first reported by ESPN. Billed in at 128 pounds and 5’4” Valerie Loureda holds a 4-1 record as a Bellator fighter. Herself only being 23 she started her training at an unbelievably incredible age of 3. She comes from a Cuban-American descent and has been forever a fan of WWE.
Loureda is another example of another elite level combat sports athlete getting inked up by WWE as part of their NIL program cause their vision is to stay away from getting washed-up Indie wrestlers and mainly focusing of athletes who they knew can be guided to much better perfection so as to drive them into this industry. The MMA athlete was recently been brought up to watch Wrestlemania 38 live from the suites in order to encapsulate her a better understanding of how all this looks like that close.
Speaking upon this special outing, Loureda had some words of wisdom to share where she said, “That was my first WWE show ever — I had never been to a live event,” Loureda said. “When I walked into the arena and saw the organization, the professionalism, the crowd and just the beautiful production that WrestleMania is — I just fell in love with it.”
As been reflected in her views, Loureda was really impressed by everything she saw at Mania ans was blown away from the professionalism involved in the show. Valerie is being said to start at Performance Center in Mid-July in addition to other newer recruits and also the company plans to bring her over Television by ens of this December.
Valerie Loureda is already aiming big things in WWE
The Cuba born athlete called Formed Bantamweight Champion and current Smackdown Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey as her inspiration to pursue MMA as a sport. She got inspired to represent herself in Taekwondo once she saw Rousey fighting on TV as a Judo athlete.
Calling in her goals in WWE, Loureda wants to headline Wrestlemania someday in future and she’s full of confidence regarding that but her foremost goal is to become first ever Cuban-American women’s champion in WWE and wants to be the inspiration of many Latinas who can know someone from their dynasty and groundroots in WWE.