Millionaire basketball twins Haley and Hanna Cavinder have made their long-awaited WWE debut . . . by joining the most random of factions.
The Cavinder twins, who ended their college basketball careers at the University of Miami last in April, after a historic run to the NCAA Elite Eight this season – the first time the Miami Hurricanes women's team reached that stage – made headline news by joining WWE's NIL programme.
Called Next in Line, the scheme aims to give collegiate athletes the chance to train for a career in WWE.
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And it seems like the blonde bombshell twins are way ahead of their group, having already made their on-screen WWE debut.
The pair were in the ring as part of the celebrations after 19-year-old quirky NXT star Thea Hail won an over-the-top-rope Battle Royal to become the new number one contender for the NXT Women's Championship.
And while Thea was celebrating the ring filled with members of the Chase-U faction, of which Thea is a part of.
And to the surprise of everyone, the Cavinder twins got into the ring and hoisted Hail onto their shoulders while chanting “Chase U”.
WWE commentator Vic Joseph specifically pointed out the Cavender Twins while they were celebrating in the ring, too.
Just a few hours before the show, Hanna took to social media to hint about their debut.
She posted pictures of themselves from inside the ring, while also making a WWE-style entrance together.
Hanna wrote: “You may see your new fav tag team in the ring tonight”.
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Fans were loving the idea of the two women joining Chase-U.
One wrote on Twitter: “So Cavinder Twins are just part of Chase U now?
“Wouldn't hate the idea get them on TV, some limited promo spots while working on their in ring.”
And another wrote: “Love seeing Cavinder twins with Thea and Chase U!!!
“That’s one way to debut!”
Earlier this year, Hayley spoke about joining WWE.
She said: “We love the WWE.
“Their fanbase, the sport, the fitness side of it that fits Hanna and I’s brand and aligns great with us.”
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