Lola Vice has been making a name for herself in the pro wrestling community. Currently, she is making strides in WWE NXT. Now, her sister, Natalie Loureda, wants to follow her example and eventually contend beside her in the pro wrestling promotion.

Over on Twitter, a fan asked Natalie when they could expect to see her step into the ring. She said she has been waiting for an opportunity to do just that. However, she didn’t give any hints of it being a certainty.

““I’ve been praying and waiting for this opportunity?? #WWENXT.”

Lola Vice, real name Valerie Loureda, signed with WWE for NXT back in August 2022 and appeared on WWE NXT on January 27, 2023. She’s had a successful stint so far and won the 2023 NXT Women’s Breakout Tournament. Before joining WWE, Valerie was an MMA fighter with a record of 4-1.


Previously, in a conversation with Booker T and Brad Gilmore on The Hall of Fame podcast, Vice said that she made her debut at 20 years old, and by the time she had her second fight, it was in Madison Square Garden. She attributed this to her work ethic, which has allowed her to achieve her current status so far. Previously, she also set the record straight on potential UFC crossover.

“In MMA, my first professional debut, I was 20 years old and my professional debut was in the Mohegan Sun Arena, pay-per-view, no shin guards for the first time in my life. First round knockout. My second fight in MMA was in Madison Square Garden. This is something that I know, if I put in the work, as soon as I get there, I’m going to perform. Here in WWE, it’s no different.”

As Lola Vice continues to shine in WWE NXT, her sister Natalie Loureda eagerly awaits her own opportunity to step into the wrestling ring. The Loureda sisters share a passion for combat sports, with Lola’s impressive journey from MMA to WWE serving as an inspiration. Wrestling fans everywhere will be keeping a close eye on Natalie’s journey as she continues to pray and wait for her moment in the spotlight.

What do you think of Natalie Loureda and her possible entry into WWE? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Nitish Vashishtha

Nitish Vashishtha is a freelance writer/contributor from India. He’s written content for companies like ScoopWhoop and Sportskeeda. He’s been writing about pop-culture, current affairs and pro-wrestling since 2017.

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