Although we are yet to see Sister Abigail in the middle of the ring in a match, WWE has finally revealed that Sister Abigail is actually the alter ego of Raw superstar Bray Wyatt.
Wyatt was to be Sister Abigail for his match against The Demon Finn Balor at TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs last month, but due to medical reasons, he was not allowed to compete at the event. AJ Styles instead took his place on the card.
Since then, while The Eater of Worlds is yet to appear back on Monday Night Raw, he has made his return to the ring during the WWE's European tour, meaning he very well could be on Raw later tonight. We don't know for certain though if WWE will resume the Sister Abigail angle.
While some found it humorous to see Wyatt dressed up essentially in drag as Sister Abigail, we shouldn't be that all surprised that the true identity of Sister Abigail is the former WWE Champion, as that fact was already revealed to us fans over three years ago.
After their match at WrestleMania 30, Wyatt continued his feud with John Cena. In the second Raw show after WWE's biggest show of the year, Wyatt called out Cena to the ring, which he obliged to, but he stopped on the ramp to show off some interesting photos.
As you can see in the clip below, one of the photos was of Sister Abigail, which was Wyatt in drag, and photos of former Wyatt Family members Erick Rowan and Luke Harper as new members of the family.
It goes to show we should have been paying attention, as we already knew the identity of Sister Abigail before the build began for Wyatt's proposed match against Balor at this year's TLC, all thanks to the one and only John Cena.
It will be interesting to watch how Wyatt is booked by the WWE moving forward towards Survivor Series to see if they decide to still use him as Sister Abigail after the reveal of himself as the character a couple of weeks ago was essentially laughed at by the fans.
There's still potential for the Sister Abigal character, but it needs to be rebuilt from the ground up if it is to be considered a menacing figure to be feared by WWE superstars when they're standing opposite it in the middle of the ring.