Valerie Loureda wows in revealing nurse outfit ahead of Halloween as WWE fans gasp 'can you check my pulse?' | The Sun

WRESTLING star Valerie Loureda has left fans hot under the collar after showing off her daring Halloween outfit.

The WWE beauty, 25, wowed in a cheeky nurse costume as she confidently called out her rivals ahead of this month's NXT Breakout Tournament.

Loureda recently made the switch from MMA Bellator to the world of wrestling.

She now goes under the name Lola Vice and signed with the WWE last summer.

Ahead of the NXT showdown which began on October 4, Loureda took to social media to take a shot at her fellow competitors.

The 25-year-old showed off her stunning figure in a ripped nurse outfit, pairing the dress with a small hat and white fishnets.

In another snap, she twirled around to show off a cheeky red handprint on her bum.

Valerie told her 942,000 Instagram followers: "To every woman in the [NXT] breakout tournament, welcome to your worst nightmare."

Fans were quick to comment on the post, with one gasping: "Be my nurse."

Another wrote: "Can you please check my pulse?"

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While a third laughed: "I think I just got a temperature."

And a fourth commented: "Beautiful as always, Lola."

Hailing from, Miami, Florida, Loureda went 4-1 as a professional in MMA.

She made her fighting debut in February 2019, beating Colby Fletcher by first-round TKO.

Loureda's last trip to the Octagon came just under two years ago when she defeated Taylor Turner on a split decision.

She announced her partnership with the WWE just over six months later.

Valerie wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter in June 2022: "I am honored to become the first Cuban American woman in history to sign with the WWE.

"I come from a family of immigrants, now it’s my time to represent our Latin culture, I was destined for this.

"Thank you for this opportunity WWE. I will make you proud."

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