A successful storyline from WWE has seen three immensely talented performers, Charlotte Flair, Io Shirai, and Rhea Ripley, come together for what promises to be one of the best women’s matches in history.
After teasing it for the last few weeks, WWE finally announced that the trio will indeed be competing for the NXT Women’s Championship, currently held by Flair, at NXT Takeover: In Your House.
With Flair running double duties on RAW and NXT, it is fair to assume that she will be dropping the title, but without taking the pin in this triple threat.
WWE has messed up with Bray Wyatt‘s character for several years, before finally getting things right after WrestleMania last year. The company repackaged Wyatt into a completely different personality, which felt fresh and unique and received tremendous praise from the audiences.
Wyatt currently has a set of puppets in his Firefly Fun House, all of whom are a reference to his career in WWE in some way. Sister Abigail, Vince McMahon, Husky Harris, etc. are some of the references in the Firefly Fun House.
WWE was ready to take this one step further at a point, according to RingsideNews. According to a report, it was informed that WWE was planning to transcend the puppets into a live representation, which was ultimately shelved.
“There were discussions about the living representations of the puppets but it never went anywhere.”
There have been rumors about Sister Abigal for years, with stars like Paige, Liv Morgan, and Sarah Logan being few of the names rumored to play the role of the creepy character. However, it never came to life, and Randy Orton even burned Sister Abigal in 2017 during his feud with Bray Wyatt.
The Fiend is doing perfectly fine without the need for the live characters, and hopefully, WWE continues in the same way.