The Karate Kid franchise is undoubtedly one of the most successful Karate films. Created by Mark Karmen and Avildsen, it all started in 1984. Since then, the franchise has launched four films, the final one being in 2010. In May 2018, Cobra Kai got released, a sequel to all the films in the franchise. The American Martial Arts TV Series was created by Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz, and Schlossberg. Cobra Kai has released three seasons to date, with every season containing ten episodes. The legendary roles of Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence are played by Ralph Macchio and William Zabka. Today we are going to have the ending explained for the third season of Cobra Kai.
The series focuses on Johnny’s old rival LaRusso. LaRusso and Johnny meeting again after 34 years. Cobra Kai is essentially a martial arts and a comedy-drama show as well. Due to its comedy content and acting, Cobra Kai got lots of positive reviews. Distributed by Sony Pictures, Cobra Kai season four received great reviews from critics. The latest season launched at the start of this year.
Produced by Katrin Goodson, the show has received many accolades. Cobra Kai has also earned a nomination for Emmy-award, Outstanding Comedy Series. The third season has been a global success. Cobra Kai is on Netflix’s top ten list. It reached 45 Million views after four seasons! Produced by Westbrook Studios, Cobra Kai Season 3 is available on Netflix. Every episode has a running time of about 35-40 mins.
Cobra Kai Season 3 Plot Summarized: All You Need To Know
The third season talks about what happened next after Miguel’s injury (Xolo Mariduena). While he recovers, Cobra Kai takes us back to the past, showing us some emotional moments. One thing has to be said that the third season is the most nostalgic of the lot. Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) does whatever possible to achieve his dreams. He also helps out people who need assistance from him. As we talk about Daniel LaRusso, he does his best to start a new life. Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) always seems to need someone close to him to pull him back to reality. After what happened in the past, only Miyagi and his wife can help him now.
Samantha, too is doing her best. She does not want to repeat any past mistakes again. Her anger issues are increasing as well. Cobra Kai is back in business! They will not rest unless they become the best. Daniel, Johnny, and Kreese team up to save the A.V Karate Tournament. After Kreese becomes the head of Cobra Kai, Johnny plans to open his own Dojo. Tory and Robby also get together. Robby is stressed, and Dan LaRusso does his best to make him feel better. Even Robby’s father, Johnny, reaches out to him.
Assembling the strongest Eagle Fang team was not easy for Johnny Lawrence. With the help of Miyagi-Do, Johnny forms a strong enough team that can stand against Cobra Kai. What is more interesting to see is Daniel LaRusso and Johnny teaming up together. It is like Vegeta and Goku teaming up against Frieza! LaRusso and Johnny’s rivalry has been going on for more than three decades. The way they push aside all their personal differences is simply awesome. Season three is the first time where these two adjust to each other’s strengths and weaknesses. Even though they have their own problems to handle, they still manage to make out time. LaRusso and Johnny face in the finale against Kreese of Cobra kai, Cobra Kai Ending Explained.
One side is Johnny and LaRusso, and another side is Robby! Robby is going through a very rough phrase. Johnny and Daniel help him out like fatherly figures (biological fathers). Robby still could not forget the accident where he injured Miguel so badly. For most of the part of the season, Robby is in Dan and Johnny’s care. But in the end, he joins hands with Kreese of Cobra Kai. Kreese takes him in his team and becomes his master. Although Robby fought against his biological father Johnny, he could not throw many punches at him.