For season 5's infamous fight scenes, the Cobra Kai star warns fans that they may need a barf bag

For season 5's infamous fight scenes, the Cobra Kai star warns fans that they may need a barf bag ...

Fans of Cobra Kai have not had a lot of time to wait until season 5, but they may need to mentally prepare themselves for what comes.

As it explores the conflicts within the karate scene, the hit Netflix series is no stranger to intense fight scenes, but season five is not for the fainthearted.

Gianni DeCenzo, who plays Demetri, has teased that the upcoming series will have the "most bloodshed weve ever seen" in comparison to any of the previous seasons.

DeCenzo warned in an interview with Digital Spy that "Man, you must be prepared." It gets really bad. I'm not going to lie. I think it's the worst bloodshed we've ever seen in any previous season."

The actor went so far as to suggest that fans might need a "barf bag" for particularly difficult situations.

"You might need a barf bag if you get squeamish," he continued. "I don't know if you're ready." This season, though, has gotten more intense, with 11 matches.

"Somehow, the creators always seem to outdo themselves each season. You know, when the previous season comes out, I'm always like, 'I don't know how you can beat this.' And then the next one comes out. I'm like, 'Oh, that's how!'

Fans may also see more of Demetri rebuilding his friendship with Eli/Hawk (Jacob Bertrand) as the 'Binary Brothers' alongside the action-packed sequences.

Demetri and Eli have had a rough relationship in the past. At first they were just talking about each other, but then this karate thing came around and kind of changed Eli, he became Hawk, and he just went down a dark path.

Demetri had tried to get them back out a couple of times, but to no avail. They hit it out to the point where there was some bone damage... just a few bones. It doesn't matter, it's friendship.

Demetri and Eli will begin to turn a corner in season five and "work together again," according to the actor.

"I think it's just them resurrecting their bonds," DeCenzo said.

"I would say at first it was a bit rough, but when you've been friends for as long as they've been, I think you just kind of fall back into it, you know?"

Cobra Kai will return to Netflix on September 9 for its sixth season.