Hanna and Haley Cavinder surprised everyone with their WWE appearance

The Cavinder twins headed to Florida for the WWE's performance center after graduating this year and signing a contract with WWE.

The Cavinder Twins in a file photos (Image credits: Twitter)
By Niranjan Shivalkar | Jul 22, 2023 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

Fans are shocked by THE Cavinder twins’ unexpected WWE appearance on Friday. In an enthralling video uploaded to the WWE’s official account, Haley and Hanna Cavinder, both 22 years old, caught up with Smackdown host Grayson Waller. The Cavinder sisters, former collegiate basketball players for the Miami Hurricanes, are getting closer to making it big in the WWE. The trio can be seen in the video being animated and Grayson saying, “I love Twins,” before introducing the sisters as “special guests.” Surprisingly, the twins made an appearance on WWE Smackdown, and they posted behind-the-scenes photos on their Instagram.

Instagram Post

Haley and Hanna shared several pictures of themselves standing with Triple H and flaunting the women’s tag team championship. Along with posing in front of the walk-out introduction screen, the two held up signs with their names on them. Their 712,00 followers have responded to the Twins WWE experience in the post, which has received 23,000 likes and counting. 

Next Bella Twins ?

The Cavinders headed to Florida for the WWE’s performance center after graduating this year and signing a contract with the organization in December 2021. According to an interview they gave to Jake Paul on his YouTube channel, their objective is to become “the next Bella Twins.” They received NIL deals for roughly $2 million during their time playing college basketball, making them some of the highest-paid collegiate athletes in the nation. 

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