UPDATE: Bray Wyatt has returned to TV following a viral infections and WWE seems to have dropped the Sister Abigail story.
A recent report suggests that the identity of Sister Abigail is one no one expected. On Monday, the WWE Universe witnessed one of Bray Wyatt's most unique, mysterious and creepy promos to date. Appearing as though he was talking both to himself and an imaginary personality, fans everywhere learned that Sister Abigail was still alive and would be making a debut.
It was believed some time ago that Randy Orton had in fact burned any remnants of Sister Abigail, but when Wyatt announced that Sister Abigail was not gone and then he himself transformed into a ghostly looking figure reminiscent of something out of the movie The Grudge, a new layer was added to the Wyatt versus Finn Balor feud.
Reports are coming out that Wyatt's transformation is more than just a sign of things to come.
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Pro Wrestling Sheet is reporting that someone close to the situation and insider details has described that there will not, in fact, be a Sister Abigail. Sister Abigail is Bray Wyatt. The personality Wyatt was talking to in tongues was himself and the WWE has planned to have Wyatt play the Sister Abigail persona as a split personality.
In much the same way Finn Balor turns into the Demon King, Wyatt will turn into Sister Abigail and become the character that was nothing but a figment of his imagination.
Many fans will see this as a huge letdown. Ready to embrace whichever female competitor was about to be introduced as the much-anticipated Sister Abigail, this know looks like the WWE has taken a quick road to a cheesy gimmick idea and completely missed an opportunity.
And, if you've seen any of the past ideas WWE has had when it comes to Wyatt acting more supernatural than just odd, you know the idea hasn't been met with a warm reception by the WWE Universe.