The identity of Sister Abigail could be revealed in the WWE, according to WhatCulture.
Mika Rotunda is the sister to current WWE Superstars Bray Wyatt and Bo Dallas, as well as the daughter to former WWE wrestler Mike Rotunda.
She recently had a try-out with the WWE, which has led to speculation that if she is signed up, she will be revealed as Sister Abigail, made famous by Bray Wyatt.
Wyatt has a finishing move called Sister Abigail, and consistently talks about Sister Abigail throughout the majority of his speeches.
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However, it comes as no surprise that his real life sister could soon be joining the WWE.
Her father is a WWE road agent and her brothers are well known superstars within the WWE universe. It makes sense that she is to join the industry as well, and for the WWE to capitalise on this opportunity too.
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Looking through some of her tweets on her twitter accounts, we see that she is close friends with WWE Diva Natalya and that she likes going to the gym. This only further promotes the possibly of her joining the company.
We must remember though she was only given a try-out, and not an actual contract.
As most of the WWE universe will know, the company likes to hire family members as they are the most reliable and have seen what is required to make it in the company.
Many families have been in the WWE, not just the Rotunda’s and Natalya’s Hart family. The DiBiaes, the Guerreros, the Ortons, the Rhodes, the Anoaʻi / Maivias (The Rock, Usos, and Roman Reigns), and of course, the McMahons, are some of the most well-known.
It would be great to see another Rotunda in the company. The standard of wrestling the rest of the family has shown is fantastic and I’m sure Mika would be the same.
However, revealing the identity of Sister Abigail to me would be wrong. It would lose a sense of mystery to Wyatt’s character and I feel it would damage his character more, rather than elevate it. It may raise his character at the beginning, but ultimately I feel it would only damage his persona.
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