Cavinder twins hinting WWE could be next adventure after forgoing last year at Miami
TikTok superstars Haley and Hannah Cavinder made the surprise announcement that they will forgo their fifth year of college basketball eligibility at the University of Miami to pursue a “new chapter.”
That chapter may include wrestling.
During an appearance on “Today” Thursday, Cavinder Jode, who has 4.5 million TikTok followers, hinted at a possible future in WWE.
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“We love WWE, their fans, the sport, the fitness side of it. That fits Hanna and my brand and aligns with ours. They are a great partner, and we look forward to the future with them. Excited,” said Haley Cavinder.
Cavendish is moving fast after the letter was issued to the university Account of Halley Cavinder.
“The love and support we have received from the university and the city has been remarkable,” he wrote.
Cavinder Twins begin ‘new chapter’ as NCAA basketball career draws to a close
Hanna Kavinder noted that she has media deals waiting to be announced this week.
But they had a NIL deal with WWE, so this could be the perfect next chapter for the twins. The world leader in wrestling has had multiple twins in tag team competition over the years.
NIL, or Name, Image and Likeness, has been a huge development in college sports since its inception, and athletes like Cavinders have benefited greatly from it.
The Kavinder twins revealed the family was dealing with ‘health problems’ during March
They believe they can provide a blueprint for a younger generation.
“After playing all four years together and deciding not to take a fifth year, we decided there were other opportunities outside of basketball,” Haley Cavinder said. “Obviously, it’s such a difficult situation because we wanted to take our fifth year to play and continue, but I think it comes down to adapting to all the opportunities that are in front of us.”
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“I think we will be prime examples to show people what you can do after college with NIL experience,” added Hanna Kavinder.