Valerie Loureda Set To Make Her WWE TV Match Debut This Friday
She made her name in the Bellator cage.
Former Bellator fighter Valerie Loureda has always had an attraction within the ring.
Now, we expect her to take this attraction to the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) ring.
After almost 12 months of involvement in the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Loureda taped her first pro wrestling bout on Tuesday. The fight will only be telecasted on “NXT LVL UP” and streamed this Friday at 10 p.m. ET on Peacock.
Loureda, who has the ring name of Lola Vince in the WWE, announced the news on her social media platforms. Her social media posts gave the first outlook of the match.
Although this was the American’s first bout on TV, Fightful reported that it wasn’t her first in-ring debut. Her first match took place in November last year at a non-televised show.
The 24-year-old came into the MMA scene as an established taekwondo master. Her professional debut came with Bellator in February 2019. She had a 4-1 record before opting for pro wrestling.
Loureda prevailed in a split decision against Taylor Turner in her most recent fight in November 2021 at Bellator 271.