He's a natural. His one appearance so far may have been the best celebrity guest appearance in WWE history. Right up there with Bad Bunny. Logan Paul is a charismatic showman with a real understanding of how to work the crowd, physically he doesn't look at all out of place around the wrestlers, he's an athlete, and he has the balls to fly off the top rope. He'll do well if he's booked right (which is unlikely).
Characterwise it'd be very easy to start him off heel and then slowly turn him face as the audience warms up to him, too.
The former taekwondo competitor and Bellator star is headed to pro-wrestling.
Bellator President Scott Coker released a statement to MMA Fighting on Loureda’s move.
“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 stated. “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. We take great pride in allowing our athletes to test themselves in additional arenas such as boxing and pro-wrestling.”
With her WWE deal inked, however, Loureda said she was done fighting and thanked Bellator executives for their support in her journey.