Former collegiate basketball players Haley and Hanna Cavinder will begin training with WWE in the spring in hopes of becoming WWE Superstars.
To suggest that these two have a genuine opportunity of receiving a good, lengthy look would be an understatement,
given that they are both incredibly popular on social media, WWE needs athletic stars who have the look, and the organization happens to have a major vacancy in their women's tag team division.
The Cavinder twins have been doing the media circuit to announce that they have signed with WWE and will soon begin training there.
After deciding against playing basketball in college for a fifth and final year, both players have expressed enthusiasm at the opportunity presented by the firm.
Their representative, Jeff Hoffman, recently revealed WWE as a part of their future plans in an interview with Colin Salao of TheStreet.
He said they will begin their training this spring at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida.
Hoffman said that WWE has not guaranteed the twins anything beyond a chance, but they are optimistic about what working for WWE may lead to.
Hoffman said, "The potential—what could be—I think they'd be excited if that type of opportunity presented itself for them to be main features in the WWE."
The Bella Twins have already shown that it is possible to build a financially rewarding career in professional wrestling and sports entertainment.
The WWE audience has been so supportive of the twins.