The Walking Dead Season 7 is up to its last episode and it looks like fans are about to witness another demise. After the tragic death of Glenn (Steven Yeun) and Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) at the hands of Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), it seems he has another victim. In the show’s episode 12 “Say Yes,” Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) and Rosita (Christian Serratos) go to the Hilltop to take Negan down by themselves. However, it looks like she is going to welcome her death by facing the most frightening villain “TWD” has ever had.

Will this be Sasha’s final battle?

I’m ready to kill him, but I need to make sure you know what this means,” Sasha told Rosita. She even warned her that if they catch them alive, they are going to give them something. The role of Serratos, on the other hand, said that it would a one-way ticket for them. Rosita doesn’t want to be left alone, thus, she goes with Sasha. Apparently, she clearly remembers how Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Carl (Chandler Riggs) described Negan’s hideout. In fact, Jesus (Tom Payne) even made her a map of the facility’s outside area.

There are ongoing reports that Sonequa Martin is about to join the upcoming “Star Trek: Discovery,” thus, she may leave “The Walking Dead." So, her plot to take down Negan might be her way to exit the show.

Carol is back!

Moreover, Carol (Melissa McBride) is now back in “The Walking Dead” Season 7, joining the war against The Saviors. It is not yet known what makes her decide to leave her home to get involved in the upcoming confrontation between Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Negan.

It looks like King Ezekiel (Khary Payton) is ready to start the war against The Saviors to help Rick and his group.

To recall, he has tried to avoid a battle with anyone to protect his followers, but it seems he is running out of patience as he pulls out a gun and points it at them.

Meanwhile, Carol might already learn what happened to Glenn and Abraham at the hands of the show’s big bad. With that, she may also want to take her vengeance. The final episode of “The Walking Dead” Season 7, “Bury Me Here,” will air on March 12 on AMC.