Grand Finale of the last season of The Walking Dead was observed with a mixed opinion. The climactic ending melodrama pissed off a lot of fans. It has annoyed fans so badly the creators of the series pledged to never finish a season like that again. Although it was one of the episodes and fans have seen and wondered what happens next.
Since the end of season 6, the entire crew has been more than a secret until the premiere of Season 7. We know for sure, deny (played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan) at least one character crushed to death in the season 6 finale. Rumours now say there may have been a second victim. So far, Abraham was one of three possible victims of Negan’s prized weapon. Negan prefers a wire wrapped baseball bat fence.
Michael Cudlitz who plays Abraham may be given only truth behind any suspicion. In a recent interview with Trendleakers, Cudlitz announced “Abraham continue for a while.” Then he added, Negan and Abraham have writing time together during the same time period. Since you are still getting scripts, Abraham assumes no Negan killed. Cudlitz could be cheating fans with false reports during the interview? Many fans suspect that is the case.
We have reports that many of the team members have not seen him on the set since the premiere of season 7 of The Walking Dead was filmed in May.
The second theory that could bring balance between the show and the comic is that Negan Bashes Glenn (Steven Yeun) Abraham then shoots. If this theory is true, it would coincide more closely with the comic. This would also make and, taking into account the request of Andrew Lincoln to have story line of the series follows the comics more closely.
More predictions of The Walking Dead Season 7
Walking Dead Season 7 First episode Glenn is dying for Negan in the comic, and Abraham is long dead by now. Abraham then killing Glenn definitely set the stage for an intense season 7 of the undead. We personally think this would be one of the best episodes ever since it would create a serious disgust and aversion Negan. Most fans would be absolutely walking dead die in their seats from the excitement of it all. Glenn is after all, one of the original characters that easily assumed to have more than 9 lives.
You think about it? Creators would get two of the main characters in the most important of the season? Or Cudlitz playing a game to divert attention from the real story line? The only way to find the truth, is watching the AMC series premiere.