The Cavender Twins

The Hottest New Stars In The Making Are Ready For WWE

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The world of women’s basketball was abuzz with excitement and surprise as the Cavinder twins, Haley and Hanna, announced their departure from the NCAA to pursue other opportunities. The talented duo, who rose to fame during the Miami Hurricanes’ Elite Eight run at March Madness, have already amassed close to $2 million in various NIL endorsement deals. But it was their recent decision to sign with WWE that caught the attention of fans and industry insiders alike.

The Cavinder Twins

In a recent interview with the TODAY Show, the Cavinder twins shared their thoughts on their new venture with WWE. They expressed their excitement about the athleticism and storytelling of the organization, and how it aligns with their own brand.

“Their fanbase, the sport, the fitness side of it. That fits our brand and aligns great with us. They are a great partner and we’re very excited about the future with them,” said Haley and Hanna.

The twins, known for their D1 athleticism and dedication to fitness, also hinted at exploring other opportunities with WWE, such as commentating or serving as guest hosts. While they have signed NIL deals with the organization, they have not confirmed whether they will be making a full-time transition to wrestling careers.

“The potential – what could be – I think they’d be excited if that type of opportunity presented itself for them to be main features in the WWE. WWE fans provide such positive comments, feedback, and energy to the twins,” said their agent, Jeff Hoffman of Everett Sports Marketing.

Despite their excitement, the Cavinder twins are aware of the rigorous training process that WWE requires. “The WWE, they have a very specific training process – They don’t just fit people into storylines and say, ‘Here you go.’ The twins are D1 athletes, they’re extremely fit, healthy, exercise constantly, but there’s also a process through the training to make sure you understand not only movements but safety,” explained Hoffman.

The Cavinder twins are set to report to the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, FL this spring, forgoing their fifth and final season of college basketball eligibility. While they embark on their WWE journey, they also have other long-term deals in the works, including one with Caktus AI and another with a media company that aligns with their brand of sports, business, and health and fitness.

The Cavinder twins’ decision to explore opportunities with WWE has left fans and the sports world eagerly anticipating their next move. As these talented athletes venture into the world of professional wrestling, it remains to be seen how they will make their mark in this new realm, but their potential and dedication are undeniable. WWE fans can expect to see these dynamic twins bring their athleticism, energy, and passion to their new venture, and the Cavinder twins are poised to make a lasting impression in the world of WWE.


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