Two more college students have cashed in on the NCAA’s new NIL rule which allows athletes to make money on their name, image and likeness. And it’s quite the interesting partnership, to say the least.
The lovely Cavinder twins, Haley and Hanna, have signed an NIL deal with none other than the WWE, the sisters confirmed with TIME last week.
Haley and Hanna Cavinder are already busy ladies awfully busy ladies these days. Not only are they the top two scorers on the Fresno State women’s basketball team (with 18 and 14 points per game, respectively), but they’re also signed to deals with Boost Mobile, SoFi, and EastBay. And now you can add the WWE to that list, who reportedly signed the twins to a six-figure agreement — which, according to TIME, has taken the combined sponsorship income to nearly $1-million.
The WWE announced the big signings on their WWE Recruit Instagram page:
Not only are these juniors dominating on the court, but they’ve also been doing quite well for themselves in the Tik Tok world as well, with an incredible 3.8 million followers on their shared account.
According to TIME, the deal is meant for the Cavinder twins to promote the WWE brand, and perhaps one day join the WWE when their basketball days are done.
“We definitely didn’t grow up wanting to become wrestlers,” Haley told TIME. “It just kind of happened. It’s right up our alley because it is entertainment. And that’s what Hanna and I do on the side.”
Between their looks, and their incredible athletic abilities, it’s no wonder the WWE and seemingly everyone else wants a piece of Hanna and Haley Cavinder these days.
Here’s a look at the twins: