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“Cobra Kai” Cast Promises to Deliver the 'Biggest Baddest Season Yet' in New Teaser for Season 6

"No mercy!" William Zabka told fans after the star-studded cast shared their hopes to see their viewers back in the dojo

Netflix’s Cobra Kai is coming in with full swing for its sixth and final season.

In a new teaser released ahead of the upcoming season, the cast of the karate dramedy series shared a message to their beloved fans who have waited with baited breath for the last installment of Cobra Kai.

"Hey, Cobra Kai fans!" Ralph Macchio says as William Zabka puts on a red pair of shades and declares, "The wait is over!"

As the cameras start rolling and production begins, Peyton List shares that she's on her way to Atlanta and Courtney Henggeler reveals that she's "super pumped."

Tanner Buchanan explains that the cast has been "super hard at work" behind the scenes and Vanessa Rubio can't "wait to give you season 6."

<p>Curtis Bonds Baker/Netflix</p> Cast of 'Cobra Kai'

Curtis Bonds Baker/Netflix

Cast of 'Cobra Kai'

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While some cast members call the upcoming installment "a banger," others call it a little "bittersweet" but promise to deliver the "biggest baddest season yet." The actors give fans a glimpse into the martial arts training they've undertook and new weapons like battle axes and katanas that could be appearing in the show.

Though there isn't much the cast can say about the "surprises" they have in store, one thing is for certain, the fans who "think big" can "think bigger." Despite the overwhelming desire to spill the beans on what's to come, the cast keep mum on the things they have in store for Cobra Kai.

After thanking viewers for their support throughout the years, the actors signoff with hopes to "see you at the dojo" and Zabka reminds fans, "No mercy!"

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Courtesy of Netflix

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Back in January 2023, when Netflix announced that the series would be renewed for one more season, show creators Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg took to Instagram to react to the "bittersweet" decision.

"Reacquainting the world with the Karate Kid universe has been our humble honor," they wrote in a statement at the time. "It has enabled us to play sensei, expanding the original storylines and birthing a new generation of underdogs. We've never once taken this opportunity for granted."

They continued, "Our Day 1 goal with Cobra Kai has always been to end it on our terms, leaving the Valley in the time and place we've always imagined. While this may be a bittersweet day for the fandom, the Miyagiverse has never been stronger. This fandom is the BEST on the planet and we hope to be telling more Karate Kid stories with you down the line. Because as we all know: Cobra Kai Never Dies."

<p>Courtesy of Netflix</p>

Courtesy of Netflix

Though plot details have been tightly kept in wraps, fans got a taste of what’s to come at Netflix’s Tudum event in June where cast members reunited for a table read for season 6.

Stars at the read included Zabka (Johnny), Macchio (Daniel), List (Tori), Buchannan (Robby), Jacob Bertrand (Eli), Xolo Maridueña (Miguel), Mary Mouser (Samantha), Courtney Henggeler (Amanda), Vanessa Rubio (Carmen) and Dallas Dupree Young (Kenny).

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Prior to the read-through, Macchio addressed his costars and explained that it was "great to have everyone back," gushing that he was "so excited to be here."

"It has been an awesome long journey, but it is not over yet," Zabka added. "Season 6 is going to be the biggest, the badass-est, most amazing season of Cobra Kai yet."

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Seasons 1 –5 of Cobra Kai are available to stream on Netflix, and season 6 is set to premiere sometime this year.

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