...By Solomon Thomas for TDPel Media.
Identical twins Haley and Hanna Cavinder have announced that they won’t be returning to the University of Miami, hinting at a possible move to WWE.
Although the twins were eligible to return for a fifth year to play for the Miami Hurricanes, they have decided to start a new chapter in their lives and pursue new opportunities.
During an appearance on The ‘Today’ Show, Haley spoke about the love they have for WWE and how excited they are for the future with the wrestling company.
Haley and Hanna Cavinder have gained popularity on social media due to their exploits on TikTok, where they have amassed 4.5 million followers.
Their increasing social media influence has led to them signing NIL deals with several companies, including Crocs, Venmo, and Boost Mobile.
WWE is also among the companies they have signed deals with.
During their appearance on The ‘Today’ Show, the twins spoke about how important it is for them to “show the younger generation that if you prioritize NIL in college, you can set yourself up for success beyond basketball or beyond your sport”.
As female athletes, they believe that there is very little chance of going pro and being successful for women’s basketball.
The twins announced their departure from the University of Miami on social media in a joint statement, expressing their pride in being Hurricanes and thanking everyone who has supported them throughout their basketball journey.
The pair made the NCAA Elite Eight with the Miami Hurricanes this season.
The Cavinder twins have already made a name for themselves with their social media presence, and a move to WWE could further increase their popularity.