Published: Fri, February 16, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Preston Stone

First COBRA KAI Teaser Hints At a KARATE KID Rematch

First COBRA KAI Teaser Hints At a KARATE KID Rematch

His old rival Johnny (Zabka), however, hasn't been so fortunate, and seeks redemption by reopening Cobra Kai. The footage ends with Daniel confronting his old foe in the dojo, stating, "Johnny, you and I, this, we aren't done".

Watch out for Cobra Kai on YouTube Red later this year.

There are even the beginnings of an epic showdown as Johnny and Daniel step onto the mat (in street clothes). "Johnny, you and I, this, we aren't done", Daniel, who is now leading a picture-perfect life as a family man and successful auto dealer, tells his rival. The two 50ish men look via the clip as if they are about to throw down once again.

Is the revival theme kind of corny.yes, but it could be a lot of fun and very entertaining in a nostalgic way.

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The teaser also doesn't let on that Cobra Kai is more of a comedy than the films that preceded it, or the fact that Johnny and Daniel have essentially swapped places in life.

Courtney Henggeler is Amanda, "Daniel's wife and business partner...the glue that keeps the LaRusso household and dealership running, and a calming force in Daniel's life". Besides, while they are nowhere to be seen in the trailer (because you would have no '80s feels for them), the show's description seems to indicate that the family backstory is going to be front and center as Johnny's son (Tanner Buchana) resists his dad's no mercy teachings.

We also learn that Daniel's wife and business partner Amanda is being played by Courtney Henggler, while Mary Mouser plays their spitfire daughter, so you can bet they'll have a say in Daniel, now a successful vehicle dealer, getting back into the fighting game.

1984's The Karate Kid was directed by John G. Avildsen, and kicked off a new wave of martial arts pop culture mania in America.

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