So Far, Cobra Kai Is One of the Biggest And Most Intense Fight Scenes

So Far, Cobra Kai Is One of the Biggest And Most Intense Fight Scenes ...

I will be honest right now - I am the most discombobulated person out there. When I was born, swear, I was gifted with the best immune system, but somehow, I always find a way to stub my toe or slam into a wall without even realizing it - and I believe it''s what drives me to martial arts such as Cobra Kai, because even if I cannot do martial arts without breaking my neck, I can enjoy other people doing it.

I have watched several badass fight scenes throughout the four seasons of Cobra Kai, starting in September 2022, from some of the most powerful to some of the most powerful that caught me squealing and delaying away from my TV screen. Here are nine of the most popular and most powerful fight scenes from the popular Netflix series, ones I could re-watch over and over.

Johnny Vs The Bullies (Season 1, Ace Degenerate)

This has always been one of the best fights of the show. While it isn''t the most intense fight, it''s certainly one of the greatest and wacky changes in Johnnys (William Zabka) character. In the first part of Cobra Kai and Ace Degenerate, Johnny is able to save Miguel (Xolo Mariduena) from a slew of bullies who were chasing him, which later inspires Miguel to pursue karate.

It''s a huge challenge for Johnny, who acted as the bully in the original Karate Kid series, but was now the protector, but it also enables him to distinguish between him and Mr. Miyagi from the first film, when he protected Daniel (played by Ralph Macchio). It''s a great fight, and for everyone to start out this list.

The School Hallway Fight (Season 2, No Mercy)

This fight in Cobra Kai Season 2 had no business as it was, but I still cant get it out of my head.

Cobra Kai and Miyagi-Do face off against each other in the school hallway when Tory (Peyton List) first outrages Sam (Mary Mouser) for kissing Miguel at a party, which in turn leads to an all-out brawl - and a moment that ends with Robbie (Tanner Buchanan) kicking Miguel off of a balcony, leaving him paralyzed.

As a result of this, I realized I was about to throw up, because it was intense. I had never anticipated this from the show before, but that was the moment when I knew Cobra Kai transitioned from a simple martial arts series to a serious drama with high stakes, because this was not okay and so intense.

Daniel Vs.Johnny At Miyagi-Do (Season 4, Match Point)

When I was young, I remember remembering that Daniel and Johnny cant come to terms with their conflicting teaching methods in Season 4, so they end up fighting in their own backyard to decide who their style wins.

The fight reflects a variety of fine martial arts films, but it concludes in a draw, which means neither get to teach. However, that doesn''t last for long, as they finish up reconciling later in the season.

Sam Vs.Tory (Season 4, The Rise)

The Cobra Kai cast is so talented, a mix of Peyton List, but, as a result, I knew there would be a drama, and her revenge story is one of the best - because it enthuses me of some of the best teen dramas out there with kick-ass moves.

In Cobra Kai, there have been a triad of championship matches, but this is one of my favorites of Season 4, in the final, The Rise. It culminates their rivalry, demonstrating how much the two of them have grown as competitors - ultimately, Tory ends up winning - but spots Terry (Thomas Ian Griffith) bribing the referee after the match, indicating that this was not a fair battle.

The Mall Fight (Season 2, All In)

Cobra Kai (later Eagle Fang) and Miyagi-Do have had a number of confrontations during Season 4 of Cobra Kai, and the mall fight in Season 2 of All In, is one of the best. When Demetri (Jacob Bertrand) confronts Hawk about a bad review, this turns into a huge encounter, with Demetri leaving him at the food court.

However, it is made even better when Sam and Robby come to Demetri, defeating Hawk and his other comrades from the dojo, further pushing this rivalry that the two studios have, and defeating them without a sweat.

Kreese Vs.Daniel (Season 3, December 19)

As part of the Season 3 finale, Cobra Kai battles with Kreese on December 19, and Daniel joins forces in the fight to save Johnny from being beaten out by Kreese.

In this fight, he uses a technique from Chozen (Yuji Okumoto) (which we can get used later on) to gain the advantage of Kreese, ending this fight before it even begins - but not before breaking through a glass window.

Matchup for The Golf N. Stuff (Season 3, Miyagi-Do)

Another matchup between Cobra Kai and Miyagi-Do, which forced me to turn my head away from my screen. Yup, I love realistic films about zombies that feature gore and blood, but seeing someone get their arm broken? I cant do it.

Miyagi-Do, a golfer who visits Miyagi-Do, is attacked by Cobra Kai''s students, making them come to the amusement park for confrontation. However, this fight comes to a close with the majority of the Miyagi-Do students beating, with Demetri getting his arm broken by Hawk, his former best friend, which was completely eliminated for the moment.

Daniel Vs.Chozen (Season 3, Miyagi-Do)

Daniel vs. Chozen, who was Daniels opponent in Part II of Season 3, appears as a guest star in Season 3, when Daniel travels to Tokyo for his car dealership, and after several sparring sessions, the pair reconcile.

During these confrontations, we get to see these two ultimate masters go ahead of him; in the end, we get to see Chozen instruct Daniel that sick pressure point technique he used later down the line. Such a sick scene.

Cobra Kai: Miyagi-Do And Eagle Fang (Season 3, December 19)

Next week, Eagle Fang (the new Johnny version of Cobra Kai) and Miyagi-Do have gotten together to get rid of Kreeses Cobra Kai. This time, in Daniels'' house, a meeting is interrupted because cobra Kai students simply open the door to fighting them.

Opinions from others that this time, the LaRussos'' poor house is just becoming damaged by these children, and it''s all over some karate territory. Goodness, helpful. Either way, watching all of the Eagle Fang and Miyagi-Do students work together to remove the Cobra Kai students is a moment I wont so easily forget, and is one of the best fights of the series.

After Season 4, there are so many questions I wish I could answer, but one thing I do know is that there will be even more badass fight scenes. I cant wait to see how craziness Cobra Kai depicts.