It's been almost 34 years since moviegoers saw these two face off at the All Valley Karate Tournament in 1984's The Karate Kid.
Cobra Kai will debut later this year on YouTube Red.
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Apparently Johny's life hasn't been going so well since since they faced off at the All Valley Karate Tournament in the first movie, or met again in "Karate Kid Part II".
If you've been waiting 34 years for a rematch between Daniel Larusso and Johnny Lawrence, well, it's nearly here. He eventually decides to reopen the doors to his old dojo's stomping grounds, but that certainly doesn't sit well with Daniel - who has miraculously transformed into a picture-perfect family man and a auto dealer. "I just don't know why you'd ever want to bring back Cobra Kai", Macchio says in the trailer, only until he later admits the battle between Johnny hasn't reached its conclusion yet. "No Mercy." In the final moments of the trailer Daniel and Johnny face off, much like they did 34 years ago.
The project hails from Will Smith's Sony Pictures Television Studios-based Overbrook Entertainment.
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Other stars expected to appear include Xolo Maridueña, Miguel Diaz, Tanner Buchanan, Robby Keene and guest-star ed Asner. But with some of the story potentially being told from Johnny's perspective for the first time and Daniel's daughter dating the school bully, it's no longer clear who is the good guy and who is the bad guy in this rivalry.
In fact, Daniel is so worked up that he blubbers, "Johnny, you and I, this... we aren't done".
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