WWE Hall of Famer Triple H has commented on the promotion’s historic signing of Valerie Loureda.
WWE made history when they announced the signing of Loureda who is the first-ever Cuban-American woman to join the company. The news created quite a buzz across both wrestling and MMA media as it was revealed she will remain signed to Bellator despite being a full-time sports entertainer.
Triple H took to Twitter to comment on the history-making signing while heaping praise on the newcomer:
An incredibly driven young woman working hard in sport and business to make a name for herself and her family.
— Triple H (@TripleH) June 29, 2022
The young star fell in love with sports entertainment after attending WrestleMania 38 earlier this year. She then attended a tryout before putting pen to paper. Loureda will begin training at the WWE Performance Center later this month on July 19th, which happens to be her 24th birthday.
Triple H has been hugely influential in creating the next generation of WWE Superstars ever since he created NXT and the Performance Center. Stars such as Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, and Bianca Belair have benefitted immensely from his leadership and it seems Loureda could have the same support.
The D-Generation X founder also made headlines recently when reports circulated about his status within the promotion. The reports indicated that he attended the Performance Center in Orlando, indicating to all there that he was back.