Bray Wyatt is bringing Sister Abigail to WWE television.
As seen on this week’s episode of Monday Night Raw in Denver, CO at the Pepsi Center on the USA Network, Bray Wyatt teased finally introducing Sister Abigail. For those who may not remember, Abigail has been used in Wyatt's promos for years, and it was believed that she was dead in storyline.
"Abigail is alive," Wyatt told Balor. "She is dying to meet you."
For a brief history lesson, Wyatt is a third generation professional wrestler as he has entered the business of professional wrestling just like his grandfather Blackjack Mulligan, his father Mike Rotunda, and two of his uncles, Barry Windham and Kendall Windham. Also, his little brother, Bo Dallas, also works for WWE and currently, he’s part of the stable known as the Miztourage (with The Miz and Curtis Axel).
Wyatt signed with WWE in 2009 and was placed in WWE's developmental territory Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW). He was there between 2009 and 2012. Alongside his brother, he held the FCW Florida Tag Team Championship. If you recall, Wyatt competed on WWE's main roster from 2010 to 2011 as a member of The Nexus.
Following his return to WWE's developmental territories in mid-2011, he decided to change things up and rebrand his character, which is a villainous cult leader. He created The Wyatt Family. They would go onto eventually making its main roster debut in 2013. Wyatt won his first championship on the main roster in December 2016 by winning the SmackDown Tag Team Championship with Randy Orton.
The unlikely team defended the championship with fellow Wyatt Family member Luke Harper under the Freebird Rule. Wyatt’s first taste of singles gold came at the Elimination Chamber event in February 2017 where he won the WWE Title before losing the title to Orton at WrestleMania 33.
NXT star Sage Beckett, f.k.a. Rosie Lottalove in TNA, posted the tweet below after the segment, which has led to speculation that she will be brought into portray Abigail. Beckett signed with WWE this past January and most recently competed in the Mae Young Classic.
What are your thoughts on this talent portray this character? Is it the right or wrong move by the sports entertainment company? Should WWE event bring in this talent at all? Have YOUR say in the comments section below and the fourth episode of GiveMeSport’s WWE podcast is here!
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