‘The Walking Dead' Season 7 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Who Did Negan Really Kill?

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Jul 01, 2016 05:45 AM EDT

The seventh season of “The Walking Dead” is still a couple of months away but fans continue to make their wild takes on who Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) killed with “Lucille” (his deadly baseball bat weapon).

The best (if not the safest) bet right now is “Glenn” (Steven Yeun) if the TV series will follow the comic book storylines. Movie Pilot singles out how Glenn was one of the characters expected to be killed off at some point. Further adding color to that belief is that Yeun has not been spotted on set since May 13.

If not Glen, then Abraham?

Speaking of being not on set of “The Walking Dead”, Yeun was not the only one missing on the set in Georgia. Sargeant Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz) was also conspicuously absent, longer compared to Yeun. He would have been killed off as early in the 14th episode though Denise Cloyd (Merritt Webster) took his place.

With both Glen and Abraham still alive (prior to the season finale) who could be the one on the receiving end of Negan’s bat? It may be safe that one could be the victim, or maybe even both.

Should the two still be standing by the time “The Walking Dead” season 7 premieres, chances their demise will happen on the very first episode. But how will that go down?

It could be a bond between Abraham and Glenn that could lead to the bloodbath on “The Walking Dead” season 7. If it was Glenn who Negan was beating down, Abraham could step up and try to get retribution. Unfortunately Negan will likely come out victorious and hence explaining how two characters will be killed off.

Ross Marquand knows who

Ross Marquand who plays “Aaron” on “The Walking Dead” knows who Negan killed but is not telling. Marquand understands the value of keeping the identity under wraps, calling it as technically skipping to the last page in an interview with IGN.

All he bared was that the seventh season will be exciting and a whole new world will develop with Jesus and the Hilltop crew.

“The Walking Dead” returns this October on AMC for its seventh season, filled with answers and a whole new circle of plots.

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