fight takes place in a shopping mall karate dojo, win by TKO or death.
Johnny Lawerence, Kreese and Daniel Larusso.
also, Miyagi comes back from the dead to fight.
Netflix-verse skill makes Karate-Kid-verse characters look like fodder.
Frank beats 9 armed guys at once, and S2 Matt stomped him. Elektra beats 10 armed Hand Ninjas (high-end skilled fodder) in the dark. Matt also beat 3 armed cops while handcuffed, takes 3-4 guys on simultaneously consistently (S1 feats) and fights dozens of opponents (whether thugs or skilled Hand fodder) on the regular.
Stick is on-par with opponents who are tiers above the best the KK-verse has to offer, including Hand members who kill instantly with pressure points and people like Elektra, Matt, Frank, and Danny, who consistently stomp high-end (often armed) fodder.
Sure, Miyagi stomped 3 karate masters and the other 3 have their fair share of fodder feats (and scale to those masters) but none of them have substantial skill feats to compare to who Stick fights. Matt beats 3 armed copped while handcuffed before any react, Frank blitzes 2 cops directly pointing guns at him from opposing angles before they get a shot off, Danny beats a never-ending stream of high-end skilled fodder, Black Sky beats 10 of them in the dark (when Matt couldn't even detect them at first), Stick scales to all of them consistently through both portrayal and feats (by virtue of matching people they've matched and also fighting Matt H2H).
Matt could take all 4 of them on effortlessly, he beat both Murakami and Bakuto (far above Miyagi-tier) at once, 4 Miyagis can't compare to that duo. The KK-verse has no answer to armed Hand Ninjas, let alone Hand Fingers.
Stick wins comfortably.
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