Cavinder Twins Say They Would ‘Kill’ Logan Paul in a WWE Match
Famed former University of Miami basketball stars the Cavinder twins took a playful swipe at fighter Logan Paul, telling his
Famed former University of Miami basketball stars the Cavinder twins took a playful swipe at fighter Logan Paul, telling his brother that they’d “kill” Logan in a WWE matchup.
The twins recently wrapped up their time at UM and announced that they wouldn’t return for a 5th year – as they’re moving on to greener pastures.
Those pastures seem to include the WWE as the WWE NIL-signed twins spread their wings beyond the basketball court.
Recently, the twins were hosted on Jake Paul’s BS show, and there was some trash talking about his brother.
Cavinder Twins Trash Talk with Jake Paul
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On BS, the twins talked about their deal with WWE and the NIL (Next in Line) program that focuses on recruiting promising college athletes.
They told Paul that they want to be the next Bella Twins, explaining, “We have a deal with them. We’re in like partnerships with them. Good tag team. The next Bella Twins for sure.”
Paul then asked about his brother, Logan, and if they believed that they could beat him in a head-to-head WWE match.
Haley responded, “We actually saw him at Nashville when we went. Like, he was in the ring and I was like, dang. But do I think we could? Maybe.”
Paul then prodded them a little more on the topic, asking, “You just say that you would beat the f–k out of him just to create the storyline?”
Hanna interjected playfully, “Oh yeah, we would absolutely kill him, kill him in the ring.”
Haley agreed, responding, “I could see it happening.”
A Logan Paul v Cavinder Twins matchup? Absolutely.
Cavinder Twins Recently Confirmed They’re Leaving UM
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The Cavinder twins also recently confirmed that they’ll be leaving the University of Miami.
It’s all good stuff for them, though – they’re just graduating and opting not to take a fifth year on the team.
Last month, they released a statement addressing the decision, writing on social media, “Thank you for an unforgettable season, the love and support we received from the University and the city was special.
We would like to thank our teammates and coaches for bringing us in as family and being part of a historic season.
With that being said, Hanna and I have decided to not take our fifth year and start a new chapter in our lives. The U will always be home and we are forever proud to be Hurricanes.
Lastly, to everyone who has supported us through our basketball journey – we can’t thank you enough for all the love you gave each and every game.
What started as us playing basketball 16 years ago, turned into something bigger than we could ever imagine.
We love you Canes family.”
Hanna added the caption, “When one door closes, another door opens… to be continued 🧡.”
While some people are skeptical to see if the on-court mavens can translate their skills to the arena, it’s clear that they’re extraordinary athletes at the peak of their performance years – so Logan Paul should step pretty and make sure he’s ready for the inevitable matchup.