The WWE revealed on the past Monday Night Raw that The Wyatt Family, one of the top heel factions in the business at present, had added a new member in the form of Braun Stowman.
But, whilst Stroman's arrival to fight alongside Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper means the Family is back up to three members, it looks like the WWE might not be done there.
Reports emanating from the organization today suggest that WWE officials have held discussions about adding another member, this time of the female variety.
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According to Nodq.com, the WWE are considering turning the oft-talked about Sister Abigail - a move used by Bryatt Wyatt as his finisher - into a real-life character.
Whether that would mean employing a female wrestler capable of joining the current Wyatt Family in the ring is unclear, with a mic role perhaps more likely.
Bray Wyatt has made reference to Sister Abigail numerous times over the past few years, her role in his backstory appearing that of mentor as the crazed heel was growing up.
There might be an issue though should they choose to bring her into the WWE arena in the future. Back in 2013 in a monologue piece that can be seen here, Bray Wyatt discusses how Sister Abigail took "her final breath".
Whether the WWE would simply brush over her apparent death or try and work it into the story somehow could be a problem for the creative team to overcome.
Either way, with the Wyatt family now boasting Bray, Luke Harper, Braun Stowman and the injured Erik Rowan, adding a female fourth member would mean the faction could be heading for primetime involvement moving forward.
WWE fans: Who should fill the role of Sister Abigail, and how should her character work? Have your say in the comments below...