Cobra Kai season 4 ending explained (and what’s next for season 5)
Cobra Kai. (L to R) Ralph Macchio as Daniel LaRusso, Xolo Maridueña as Miguel Diaz in Cobra Kai. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2021
Cobra Kai has officially returned for a new season, and this one is definitely the most epic yet. The latest installment sees the return of our major players — Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio), Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) Miguel Diaz (Xolo Maridueña), Samantha LaRusso (Mary Mouser) Robby Keene (Tanner Buchanan) and Tory Nichols (Peyton List) — and introduces a new villain in Terry Silver (Thomas Ian Griffith).
While Johnny and Daniel join forces in hopes of taking down John Kreese (Martin Kove) and Cobra Kai in the season 3 finale, Cobra Kai season 4 proves it’s not as easy as they might’ve thought. Of course, their long history gets in the way of things and it’s impossible for them to see eye to eye.
Spoilers ahead for Cobra Kai season 4.
Cobra Kai season 4 is now out on Netflix, and if you’re curious to know how it all ends in the finale, you’ve come to the right place.Who wins the All Valley in Cobra Kai season 4?
One of the biggest plot points this season is the dojos preparing for the All Valley competition. The tournament begins in the penultimate episode of Cobra Kai season 4, and emotions are seriously high. Unfortunately, Cobra Kai comes out victorious and everyone else is very disappointed.
After the All Valley, however, Tory discovers that Terry seemingly cheated, paying for Cobra Kai to win the tournament. “No one suspects a thing,” he’s seen saying. This will no doubt come up again in Cobra Kai season 5.
Robby and Johnny then reunite in the finale, with Robby opening up about his regrets and the two finding common ground. Hopefully this is the start of a new relationship for the estranged father and son, and we’ll see them become closer in the fifth season.