The second season of Cobra Kai is full of exciting fights and martial arts games, but the school fight in the last episode was a cut above the rest. During the scene, a fight breaks out between Cobra Kai and Miyagi-Do at school after Tory records a fight with Sam after finding out she kissed Miguel. The rest of the members of each dojo step in and the fight ends in disaster. Sam is in the hospital for her injuries and Miguel is on life support after Robby kicked him and caused him to fly down a flight of stairs.
Of course, filming such a sequence takes a lot of practice (and patience), and some members of the cast ̵
And while the cast rehearsed extensively for the action, accidents happen. Mouser hilariously recounted how she forgot that List’s Tory was going to try to kick her and said she got out of the way just in time: “Everyone was like, ‘Wow, you really tuned that perfectly!’ [but] I completely forgot the kick came for my head and I remembered it at the last second. “She also revealed that she injured her hand on one day of the shoot and had to go to the emergency room before returning to the film the next day – her fingers were still stuck together.
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The actors also explained how their stunt doubles went in and out of the scenes, with the switches flicking in the blink of an eye as the camera moved. In one scene, List’s stunt double Jahnel Curfman fights with Mouser’s Sam seconds before List returns.
List also gave the over a hundred extras on the scene a salute as they gave the actors an extra boost in motivation. “They screamed, they said, ‘Get her, come in there!’ I just yelled at the craziest things, but it really worked. “
As for that infamous scene where Miguel is kicked down the stairs? Maridueña revealed he was wearing a harness, and he was lowered down the stairs until his stunt double Noah took over.
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