Season 2 of Cobra Kai left fans with a lot of questions. Where will Johnny Lawrence go after giving up his responsibilities to the dojo and its students? What consequences will Tori Nicholls and the other kids have after this epic high school showdown? And how hurt is Miguel Diaz?
The second season ended with Miguel on life support after an extensive karate fight. The character, played by newcomer Xolo Maridueña, has been confirmed as a returnee for Season 3, however Cobra Kai Showrunner Jon Hurwitz has stated that his recovery is not necessarily a given. “Obviously the character’s future hangs in balance and we’ll see where we go with it,” he said.
According to a fan theory floating around online, the key to Miguel’s recovery may be related to human primordial purpose Karate kid Movies, Mr. Miyagi himself. With one of the upcoming season three storylines centered on Daniel LaRusso’s trip to Okinawa, fans expect to learn more about the late Miyagi’s past, especially as the teaser trailer suggested he might be one Kept a secret from Daniel.
By doing Cobra Kai theory In the video below, it is speculated that Miyagi’s mysterious “healing” abilities will be expanded in Season 3, in terms of how he relieved Daniel’s shoulder and knee injuries in the first film.
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While Miyagi doesn’t appear in herself Cobra Kai (The character was written to die so that he wouldn’t have to be re-cast after the death of actor Pat Morita.) The video suggests that one of the existing characters may be able to mimic his ability to “harness the actor’s powers “Universe” and channel it into Healing Miguel. Whether or not that actually happens remains to be seen, but one thing is certain: fans can’t wait for season three to end in 2021.
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