Millionaire basketball twins Khali and Hannah Cavinder make their long-awaited WWE debut. . . with the most random combination of groups.
The Kawinder twins, who finished their college basketball careers at the University of Miami last April, made headlines by joining WWE's NIL after a historic run to the NCAA Elite Eight this season - the first time the Miami Hurricanes women's team has reached this stage. program.
Called Next in Line, the program aims to give fellow athletes the opportunity to prepare for a career in WWE.
The blonde bombshell twins appeared to be outpacing their team when they made their WWE debut on screen.
The pair were in the ring as part of the ceremony after 19-year-old NXT star Thea Hail overcame a top rope Battle Royal to become the new contender for the NXT Women's Championship.
As Thea celebrates, the ring is filled with members of the Chase-U faction, which Thea is a part of.
To everyone's surprise, the Kawinder twins entered the ring with hail on their shoulders singing 'Chase U'.
WWE commentator Vic Joseph singled out the Cavender twins because they celebrated in the ring.
A few hours before the show, Khanna took to social media to announce her debut appearance.
They made a WWE-style entrance together and posted a picture of themselves from inside the ring.
Fans love the idea of â€‹â€‹two women joining Chase-U.