Cobra Kai Season 5 trailer reveals the aftermath of the All Valley Karate Tournament

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Considering the release of Cobra Kai Season 4, Terry Silver’s (Thomas Ian Griffith) empire is imposing significant changes on the valley and its residents. The All Valley Tournament’s after effects are depicted in a new trailer for Season 5. Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka), Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) has shut down the Miyagi-do dojo, and Silver’s brutal, no-compassion karate is seen spreading throughout Los Angeles and spilling out into the streets from the Cobra Kai dojo.

Compared to the initial trailer that was released earlier this year, this trailer is a tad funnier and begins with Johnny’s difficulties in the ride-sharing business. As Silver displays the might of the Cobra Kai moniker all across Los Angeles, he and Daniel have put away their gis. There are more participants than ever, and he only wants more.

There are more dojos, pupils, and brutal instructors. Silver keeps up his impeccable reputation in the public eye as a generous sensei with a heart of gold while the empire expands and life in the valley generally gets worse as more pupils abuse their newly acquired skills. The three odd allies resolve to get their hands dirty themselves to defeat Silver out of frustration with the current situation. All of this leads up to a fight between Silver and Danny in the finale, which involves Chozen, Johnny, and a tease.

The Miyagi-verse is continued by Cobra Kai, carrying on the legacy of the original Karate Kid series, initially on YouTube Red and later on Netflix starting with Season 3. The story continues from Johnny’s perspective as he attempts to restore the dojo’s honour while dealing with various conflicts.The series also stars Mary Mouser, Jacob Bertrand, Gianni Decenzo, Vanessa Rubio, Peyton List, Dallas Dupree Young, Oona O’Brien, and Griffin Santopietro in addition to the reappearance of Macchio, Zabka, and others. Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz, and Hayden Schlossberg are responsible for the series’ writing and executive production.

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