WWE Have Replaced The Bella Twins With HOT New Female Sisters – PHOTOS

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According to ON3.com, The Cavinder Twins (Haley and Hanna Cavinder), WWE NIL athletes, have inked a contract with Leaf to get limited-edition trading cards.

The Cavinder Twins just transferred to the University of Miami in order to compete for the women’s basketball team in the NCAA Tournament.

Although the agreement had already been reached, both parties decided to hold off on disclosing the cards until March Madness. The transaction is claimed to have been made possible by Everett Sports Management and lawyer Darren Heitner.

CJ Breen of Leaf commented on the collaboration.


“Leaf Trading Cards is beyond excited about working with the top two female NIL athletes in Haley and Hanna Cavinder. We have been saving this announcement for March Madness. The twins have not disappointed with their star-studded performances, ultimately lifting their team to the Sweet 16. As a company we are committed to the NIL space by working with the best of the best talent.”


The Cavinder Twins were a member of the initial class of WWE signees for the company’s December 2021 “Next In Line” class.

Additionally, Haley and Hanna Cavinder have agreements with companies like SoFi and Eastbay, bringing their total sponsorship income close to $1 million.


Cavinder Twins



Haley and Hanna Cavinder are two members of a University of Miami squad that is consistently making history throughout March Madness. They may be known as the collegiate twins making waves on social media and in the NIL area.

With 4.5 million followers on TikTok, the 22-year-old twins have a larger social media following than most professional sports leagues.

The Cavinder twins have had an impact on the hardcourt as well, helping The U reach the Elite Eight for the first time in the history of the women’s program, even if their social media channels are still quite active during the competition.


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