Valerie Loureda, former MMA fighter and current WWE star, is once again grabbing her Instagram followers’ attention.
The 24-year-old is showing off her booty while wearing a thong bikini, leaving her fans speechless.
Valerie Loureda’s Steamy Bikini Picture
Valerie Loureda, who goes by Lola Vice while in the WWE ring, just brought the heat to Instagram. The 24-year-old posed for the camera wearing a beige thong bikini, which allows her to flaunt her backside.
“no heat wave without Lola Vice ,” she captioned the post, which gained several comments from fans. “Caption is So Real There is NO NXT without Lola Vice 😮💨 Top 2 & not 2 🐐,” one fan wrote while another expressed, “NXT Heatwave Won’t Be Able To Handle This Latina Heat 🧎🏽♂️”.
Another follower chimed in by saying, “Thought this was J-LO🤩” while one user commented, “Sweet cheeks ❤️🔥”.
Meanwhile other fans commented things such as “Ultimate heat wave🔥” and “Heat wave? More like Cheek Wave”.
Valerie’s Move From MMA To WWE
Last year,shocked fans when she announced she will be ending her time with MMA after signing a contract with WWE.
When speaking about her move, the Miss MMA model told reporter Ariel Helwani, “I have now become the first Cuban-American woman, and I am now a WWE superstar. I’m excited, and I’ve dedicated my whole life to martial arts, and everything has come to this moment. And this is my opportunity to showcase my culture and entertain the world.”
continued to express her emotions, stating, “I’m emotional because I’ve worked hard my whole life. I’ve had a tough upbringing, and every day, I’ve always just believed in myself and trained hard, hoping to make it to the next step and just chasing a dream that I’ve had in my heart since I was a baby.”
went on to thank the Bellator executives for believing in her after the announcement, saying, “Scott Coker and Mike Kogan, Rich Chou, they believed in me when I was 19. My first professional fight was without shinguards at the Mohegan Sun. They were opening a main card. They allowed me to open a main card. They allowed me to brand myself, build this platform, and just be me.”
She continued, “Now, I’m making this transition, and my mind has shifted, but I know what I’m going to do in the WWE.”
The Bellator President Scott Coker also released a statement to MMA Fighting on Loureda’s decision to move to the WWE. “Valerie Loureda is a very young and talented athlete who can accomplish plenty in MMA for years to come, but for now we wish her the best of luck as she pursues her dream of becoming a WWE Superstar,” Coker said. “She will remain an active and under contract fighter with Bellator, and we look forward to welcoming her back into the cage in the near future.”
He concluded with, “We take great pride in allowing our athletes to test themselves in additional arenas such as boxing and pro-wrestling.”