Bellator beauty and fan favourite Valerie Loureda set for fight return after starring in reality TV show – The Sun

BELLATOR beauty and fan favourite Valerie Loureda is set for her big fight return after starring in a reality TV show.

Loureda, 21, announced last August that she was taking part in hit series Exatlon Estados Unidos – where athletes, celebrities and others compete in challenges.

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Loureda is officially back. Flyweights you ready?

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Happy 305 day to the best city in the world. I will make you all proud ?

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The programme – which is filmed in the Dominican Republic and broadcast on American Spanish language network Telemundo – can be good for fighters.

UFC hero Jorge Masvidal – who beat Nate Diaz last weekend – starred in last year's version.

Loureda's 11-week stint on the show ended this week and now a return to Bellator looks on the cards – especially after she called out her rivals on Instagram.

She said: "It's a wrap. The most incredible experience of my life.

"I learned to appreciate the little things in life, value my sport more, and face my biggest fears every day.

"I left my heart on the course every day. I love you so much."

And a follow-up message revealed her intentions.

She wrote: "Loureda is officially back. Flyweights you ready?"

Loureda is a Taekwando specialist and unbeaten in her two Bellator fights so far.



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Back to hard camp tomorrow ??

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Industry changing

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She made her debut in February this year.

Loureda, who fights out of Miami, Florida, was last in action in Bellator 222 in June when she beat Larkyn Dasch via unanimous decision.

But despite her limited time in the hurt business, she has established herself as a fan favourite, declaring herself the "face of women's MMA".

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