Cobra Kai Season 4 | Johnny vs. Daniel (Point Fight)

Cobra Kai Season 4 (2021)
Scene: Johnny Lawrence vs. Daniel LaRusso (Point Fighting)

Storyline: Decades after their 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament bout, a middle-aged Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence find themselves martial-arts rivals again.

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  1. Wish they would let Johnny get a win on Daniel. Every fight they've done has been undecided or a draw. Johnny seems the better fighter; both Hawk and Sam used his fighting style the most in the tournament to get to the top. Johnny also got a major L this season by losing to Terry Silver (who might be the best fighter in the series at this time; I'd take him over Chozen). They could've given him a W at some point.

  2. I'm not that happy with the match ending in a draw.
    I mean i get that they are more evenly matched then we'd think, but Johnny lived a life working dead end jobs and drinking his bodyweight in alcohol for years, yet manages to ditch that lifestyle and hold his own in multiple fights with adult aggressors.
    He also beat the shit out of Kreese, and held his own against Silver(also a stupid plot point to lose with one kick)

    Daniel managed to use the pressure point move on Kreese, but Johnny completely ignored it and scored a point.

    Johnny IS the better fighter.
    Daniel is about balance, which is what Johnny needs.

  3. This is stupid! Daniel should be far superior to Johnny, almost Miyagi level… Heres why… When they first fight Johnny was an ACTUAL black belt who trained for YEARS. Daniel was only a white belt with 2 months of training and was able to beat Johnny… After the tournament, as far as we know, Johnny quits Cobra Kia and doesn't train anymore, while Daniel continues his trading for the next 34 years with Mr Miyagi, until his death in 2011. Daniel should be light years beyond johnny at this point in skill and experience. Johnny is now a dead beat alcoholic who hasn't trained since he lost to Daniel 34 years ago.

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