The great karate tournament will return in the fourth season of Cobra Kai

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The long-awaited fourth season of Cobra Kai will return very soon with a new karate tournament that will shake the entire valley.

Attention SPOILERS. The first season of Cobra Kai ended the karate tournament that he won Miguel Diaz (Xolo Maridueña), but in the next two they have not shown us this competition again. Luckily he will return in the fourth and the situation could not be more tense for the protagonists.

Here we leave you the teaser trailer of Cobra Kai where they confirm that the new episodes will arrive in December on the streaming platform Netflix.

What do you think? Are you looking forward to the return of the karate tournament? Leave us your comments below.

What will the new season be about?

The series of Cobra Kai started when Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) y Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) relive their rivalry from the past. They decide to train a new generation of karate fighters, even though their old grudges and frustrations run through them. Also, the return of John Kreese (Martin Kove) complicates things a lot.

The third season of Cobra kai ended when Johnny Lawrence lost the dojo and had to found a new one. He must join forces with his great rival Daniel LaRusso to face a greater evil such as John Kreese. So it will be very internal to see who will win the big tournament between Samantha LaRusso (Mary Mouser), Robby Keene (Tanner Buchanan), Miguel Diaz (Xolo Maridueña), Tory Nichols (Peyton List) o Hawk (Jacob Bertrand).

We can also see Terry Silver interpreted by Thomas Ian Griffith, who was the great villain of the film Karate Kid 3 (1989). Now he will make his epic return to help his friend John Kreese prepare for the tournament, so that Cobra Kai revert to being the most important dojo as it was in the past. In addition, it will be a good exercise in nostalgia for fans of 80s movies.

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