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Erick Rowan shares Sister Abigail photo?, Stephanie McMahon and Triple H headed to Cannes Festival

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Erick Rowan shares Sister Abigail photo?, Stephanie McMahon and Triple H headed to Cannes Festival

– Erick Rowan, who will wrestle Luke Harper at this Sunday’s Backlash pay-per-view event in Chicago, shared his latest cryptic message with a photo of a woman wearing a sheep mask on his Twitter account. The speculation online is that he is teasing the debut of Sister Abigail, although the storylines are supposed to have us think that she is deceased. Perhaps WWE is ready to introduce Sister Abigail or Rowan is just having fun on social media. There were talks to introduce the character last year but the company changed course.

Rowan is getting a decent push on Smackdown Live and he was able to really shine on this week’s Talking Smack. If you missed it, check out Rowan getting weird and creepy with Shane McMahon and Renee Young by clicking here.

– Stephanie McMahon and Triple H will be speakers at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity from June 17th through June 24th in France. Their panel, which will have an “Art of Engagement” theme, will take place on Thursday, June 22nd.

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They announced the following:

“Since WWE’s inception more than 50 years ago, the audience has always played a critical role in its success. Their voices help shape the product’s direction whether it’s creating the first-ever live streaming 24/7 OTT network, influencing who becomes the next WWE Superstar, creating localized content in different markets, or supporting the WWE women’s evolution. WWE empowers our fans to use their voices and responds with action. Join Stephanie McMahon, WWE Chief Brand Officer and TV personality, and Paul “Triple H” Levesque, WWE Executive Vice President of Talent, Live Events and Creative and 14-time WWE Champion, as they speak about connecting with today’s influential audience.”


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