In this, the sixth and final season of Cobra Kai, Sage Northcutt hopes to bring some excitement to the proceedings.
Since it was first released in the spring of 2018, the prequel to The Karate Kid, a three-part martial arts smasher that was released in the late 1980s, has been an unqualified success within the community of martial artists.
Northcutt is one of the millions of fans who have tuned in, and he is impatiently awaiting the resumption of filming so that he can find out how the newest episode of the series will play out once production has resumed.
However, during a recent session on Fistivities with KB and Renato Laranja, the multiple-time karate world champion expressed hope that he will be able to appear in the movie in order to further complicate the plot for the film’s two major karate-loving heroes, Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka).
At the same time, ‘Super’ Sage made a mocking remark to those involved in the casting of the project, in response to a fan’s inquiry on whether he’d join the list of MMA fighters who’d already made a cameo in the 50 episodes of the television series hit thus far. The question was on whether he’d join the list of MMA fighters who’d already made a cameo in the show.
“Man, I guess it’s simply that no one has made an effort to get in touch with me yet. I can kind of picture it happening [seeing myself as a second-generation Johnny Lawrence]. I am capable of performing all of the stunts, so why not?
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Given his considerable karate background and his successes as a lifelong martial artist, Sage Northcutt would fit into the series like a duck into water. He has a lengthy history of practicing martial arts.
If he doesn’t, however, he won’t be nearly as bothered by it as you may think.
The pursuit of a title in the lightweight division of ONE Championship is Northcutt’s primary objective right now, and he already has an impressive first-round submission victory to his name thanks to his performance on May 5, when the promotion made its on-ground debut in the United States.
Fans in North America have the opportunity to see a replay of the complete ONE Fight Night 10 program, including his highlight-reel finish versus Ahmed Mujtaba, on Amazon Prime Video.