Cobra Kai - Martial Arts Movie Series

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Cobra Kai - Martial Arts Movie Series

Cobra Kai is a 2018 sequel to The Karate Kid movie. Daniel (the hero in the original movie) and Johnny (the bully) are now middle aged. This series stars the original Karate Kid "combatants" Ralph Macchio (Daniel) and William Zabka (Johnny).

Daniel is a very successful car dealer. However, Johnny has not done as well. Nevertheless, Johnny attempts to turn around his life by reopening the infamous Cobra Kai dojo. Unfortunately, this helps to rekindle Johnny's & Daniel's past rivalry.

Cobra Kai is a Youtube original series. This show has multiple episodes and is part of Youtube's Red paid streaming subscription service. For information on other popular martial arts classics, please visit Black Belt Wiki's section on Martial Arts Movies.

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