Johnny Lawrence and Kreese team up to take down Terry Silver in Cobra Kai season 5?
Season four of COBRA KAI ended with dangerous sensei Terry Silver on top, so will Johnny Lawrence and John Kreese have to put their differences aside to take him out?
Terry Silver (Thomas Ian Griffith) made his long-awaited return to the Valley after tormenting Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) in The Karate Kid: Part III. Can the Netflix series restore order by putting Sensei Kreese (Martin Kove) behind bars and taking over Cobra Kai for himself?
A surprising team-up between sensei and a former student could be featured in the next installment of the Karate Kid sequel series.
At the end of season four, Kreese was escorted away in handcuffs after being accused of assaulting an ex-Cobra Kai student.
Stingray (Paul Walter Hauser) was taken to the hospital by an enraged Terry after attempting to return to the dojo.
Cobra Kai’s new co-sensei saw an opportunity to profit from the attack and offered Stingray a spot in the dojo if he named Kreese as his assailant.
Kreese, on the other hand, will not go down without a fight, and will undoubtedly do everything in his power to reclaim control of his karate class.
Meanwhile, Daniel and Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) are still reeling from Cobra Kai’s unprecedented and undeserved victory at the recent All-Valley Tournament.
After Terry announced plans to turn Cobra Kai into a franchise, their adversary dojo will soon become an even greater threat.
After reconciling, Miyagi-do and Eagle Fang will have to work together once more to ensure that Kreese’s teachings do not corrupt any more impressionable young students.
Terry also has a growing army of karate students at his disposal to dominate at the All-Valley, as Kreese could face jail time for Stingray’s assault.
With a new season already in the works, the next ten episodes could feature a desperate Kreese searching for new allies to free him and defeat their common foe.
Johnny might be the first person the defeated Cobra Kai sensei calls from jail, pleading for his assistance.
Back in the 1980s, the sensei and student collaborated in the hopes of defeating newcomer Daniel, and this could be the ideal opportunity to make amends.
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Kreese was recruited by Daniel’s old rival in season two, but he eventually left when he realized how dangerous his sensei’s aggressive tactics could be.
Terry is already there.
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