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Biggest
Unanswered
Questions In
Cobra Kai
Season 5
By CHRIS HINTON
THIS STORY CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR "Cobra Kai," Season 5.

SPOILER WARNING!

Cobra Kai is leaderless for the time being and the main dojo sees a mass exodus of karate students after Terry is revealed as a cheater while the other dojos Terry acquired are still standing. Who will operate them? Will they shut down with their owner facing legal troubles? Only time will tell.
The Cobra Kai Dojos
Terry not only offers Kim Da-Eun a position as a sensei with full autonomy to teach as she sees fit, but he also grants her half of the business. With Terry now removed from the equation for a time, will Kim Da-Eun take full control of Cobra Kai? How will she proceed after Terry’s arrest and will she become an even more significant threat to the Valley than her predecessor?
Kim Da-Eun
A match-up ends with both dojos securing a win and being granted entry into the tournament. As this season ends with the takedown of Terry and most of the main Cobra Kai dojo's membership disbanded, their entrance into the Sekai Taikai tournament hangs in the balance.
Sekai Taikai Tournament
In the final moments of Season 5, Stingray explains to the authorities that Terry was the actual perpetrator and that his original accusation was made under the threat of reprisal from Terry. Now that Stingray's testimony of the incident has changed, will John's sentence be commuted?
Stingray
Whether John's sentence is commuted or not, he just broke out of prison, which carries its own set of consequences. Everything Kreese does from here on out will likely be illegal and aggressive, given that he's a wanted man, but the question remains: what exactly is his endgame?
Kreese