Major Update On WWE Signing Identical Twin Divas

Ryan Clark


WWE has signed two 23-year old California bikini models who happen to be identical twins, The Garcia Twins, to developmental deals. Their respective names are Nicole and Brianna. The girls are currently training in Florida Championship Wrestling in Tampa and have appeared at a few shows in eye candy roles.

The twins were contestants in last year’s Diva Search contest, but they didn’t make the cut.

The news of their signing is indeed true because the twins are featured in a small photoshoot in a special WWE Divas magazine that is scheduled to be officially released next week. The magazine features a section call “Divas In Training.” The description of the section reads: “WWE’s future women’s champions? Meet the talented young ladies teetering on the precipice of squared-circle glory. Mark our words: You’ll be ogling them on TV very, very soon.” The section features pictures and brief bios on Maryse Ouellet, Beth Phoenix, Milena Roucka, and of course, The Garcia Twins. Considering that the shoot took place mere days after Memorial Day, the twins have been under contract to WWE since at least May.

The Garcia Twins have a page on MySpace at (myspace.com/thegarciatwins) and confirmed their signing with WWE on it. Even though they haven’t been called up yet, they claim that they’re going to be at the upcoming SummerSlam pay-per-view. They also botched the company’s name in a post on the page. They called it “Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment.” Here is the post they did regarding WWE:

“Hi everyone we are The Garcia Twins. We were born in San Diego, CA and raised in Scottsdale, AZ. Soccer was our life until college and that is when we started modeling, acting, and doing promotional work. We are now with the WWE, Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment, we are here in Tampa, FL with the FCW training to be on t.v. as Divas. Make sure to check us out in this month’s WWE Summer Slam.”

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