Cobra Kai season 5 ending explained: Who dies at the end?

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Cobra Kai season five is on Netflix now and the half-hour episodes were full of twists and turns as Daniel LaRusso (played by Ralph Macchio) fought to save his dojo. Terry Silver (Thomas Ian Griffith) wanted to achieve world domination with the Cobra Kai dojo and there was no stopping him. has all you need to know about what happened at the end. 


What happened at the end of Cobra Kai season 5? 

There was no holding back from the drama in the final episode as it started with a shocking scene involving John Kreese (Martin Kove) in prison. 

He had been set up by Terry in the previous season and started off his time in jail as the victim, targeted by bullies. 

However, the tables turned when he started to show his inmates who was boss, and they eventually followed him as a respected leader. 

Yet this all seemed to change when he was stabbed by an inmate, and he appeared to have died. 

His ultimate fate was revealed at the end of the series, when his blood stain was in fact jelly. 

It was revealed this was all part of a cunning plan to make his escape from prison, knowing he did not commit a crime. 

He managed to steal the ID badge of his psychiatrist, and when he was taken to the medical unit, he attacked the staff and made his swift exit in disguise. 

Elsewhere, it came to light that Mike Barnes (Sean Kanan) was the one who had kidnapped Daniel, Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) and Chozen (Yuji Don Okumoto). 

He wanted to make them pay for all he had lost after he got himself caught up in the Terry Silver feud. 

In the end, they left Daniel behind and went to Terry’s home to confront him directly. 

The students from Miyagi-Do went to the Cobra Kai dojo to try and find incriminating CCTV footage of Terry and while this was happening, Stingray (Paul Walter Hauser) went to pick up Daniel so they could save the youngsters. 

When the students arrived, they found out one of their own had betrayed them, and had been working as a mole for Cobra Kai the whole time. 

A fight broke out between the students from both dojos and all the while, Chozen and Terry started fighting back at Terry’s home. 

As the brawl was taken outside, Terry caught Chozen with his sword and Chozen fell, lifeless, into the water. 

However, by the end of the episode it was revealed he had survived the ordeal, claiming it was just a “flesh wound”, and he was taken off in an ambulance. 


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As for Terry, his students found out that he had rigged the All Valley Championship and had been lying to them. 

They chose to abandon him after he lost a deciding fight against Daniel. 

Stingray took back his testimony, meaning Terry was finally arrested for his actions. 

By the end of the series, despite a couple of close shaves, no one lost their lives. 

Mike and Johnny suffered badly during the confrontation with Terry and his men, but they lived to tell the tale. 

Chozen looked as though he had lost all hope during his fight, but he showed the strength of a true sensei and pulled through. 

Perhaps the biggest twist of all was when fans learned how John had faked his own death to break out of prison. 

He was last seen wearing a doctor’s jacket, waltzing out of prison as a free man. 

Cobra Kai season 5 is on Netflix now. 

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