As with all the great battles in Cobra Kai—the sequel series to the Karate Kid films, now streaming on Netflix—shit went down in a high-school hallway.
After two full seasons of buildup, Season Two’s finale saw the students of Johhny Lawrence’s school of karate, Cobra Kai, and Daniel LaRusso’s rivaling group, Miyagi-Do, wage an all-out war at the high school. As with all roughousing involving rebellious, martial arts-trained teenagers, it didn’t end so well. Robby punted Miguel off a set of railings, causing a nasty fall that left Cobra Kai’s star pupil on life support. So, with Season Three of Cobra Kai set to hit Netflix in 2021, will we see Miguel back on the mat—let alone live, for that matter?
Well? In short, yes. The actor who plays Miguel in Cobra Kai, Xolo Maridueña spoiled that we’ll, at the very least, see the guy in Season Three. Maridueña tweeted back in November 2019 that he had wrapped up filming for the next batch of episodes in the Karate Kid-verse.
Of course, it’s entirely possible that Maridueña showed up to film a scene where Miguel just… dies. But that feels unlikely. He has revenge to get! Like a true student of Johnny Lawrence, who will definitely go on an eternal Coors bender if Miguel actually passes away. It’s more likely that Season Three’s premiere episode will see a dramatic revival of an about-to-die Miguel. Some fans even think that Elisabeth Shue’s Ali will make her big return to the world of Karate Kid to save Miguel’s life. (Ali is a pediatric surgeon in Cobra Kai, though we have yet to actually see her.)
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So you can safely bet on another chapter of Robby v. Miguel in Season Three. It’s just a matter of which ’80s anthem will score Miguel’s big rehab-to-fighting-shape training montage.
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