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The Cavinder Twins’ Spectacular WWE Television Debut

The Cavinder twins have officially become WWE superstars, marking their television debuts for the promotion on Wednesday night. Haley and Hanna Cavinder, known for their success on TikTok and as members of the University of Miami womens basketball team, entered the ring following Thea Hail’s victory in a battle royal. Hail’s win secured her position as the number one contender for NXT’s women’s championship in the upcoming week.

In December 2021, the twins signed a Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) deal with WWE, indicating their interest in exploring opportunities beyond basketball. During an interview on “Today” in April, Haley expressed their admiration for WWE, their fanbase, and the physical fitness aspect of the sport. She stated that partnering with WWE aligns with their brand and expressed excitement about their future endeavors with the company. Following four years of playing basketball together and deciding not to pursue their fifth year, the twins realized there were additional avenues to explore.

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Haley and Hanna have amassed a following of 4.5 million on TikTok, and they were among the top earners in NIL earnings. However, their journey to Miami was marred by controversy. The twins met with LifeWallet CEO John Ruiz, a school booster, in April 2022, which resulted in Miami being sanctioned for violating NIL regulations. The meeting, deemed “impermissible contact,” was considered an improper benefit for potential athletes, leading to a transfer to Miami from Fresno State just eight days after the encounter. As a consequence, Miami head coach Katie Meier faced a suspension for the first three games of the season, and the program was fined $5,000 in addition to a payment of 1% of the team’s budget.

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