Sure, but this is actually a fun conversation, and we have a year to kill. I think anything in the KK universe is fair game, and worth talking about. Daniel injected himself in a situation that was none of his business, where a physical confrontation would be inevitable. Ali was in no danger, and he was just trying to impress a girl. Was Johnny wrong to break the radio? Yes. He wasn't perfect. He also wasn't the first person to do something stupid in frustration over a girl, who just lied to him. But Daniel had no business at all getting involved there. But let's continue. Look what happened at the soccer tryouts. I'm not a soccer expert, but Daniel's reaction was overkill. It's clear that Johnny was still upset over Daniel's sucker punch, which was either the night before or just a few days. We can probably assume that it's less than a week later, based on Daniel still having a black eye. Were the Cobras wrong to try to single out Daniel? Yes they were. But once again, Daniel escalated a situation. Bobby hooked Daniel while he was dribbling the soccer ball. It was not the cleanest play, though if you watch, Bobby was going for the ball, in what is known as a slide tackle. http://www.askasoccerreferee.com/when-is-a-slide-tackle-legal-or-illegal/ If you watch the clip, and look at the link I just provided, there is nothing inherently dirty about this play. If the goal of the Cobra Kai was to hurt Daniel, it clearly was not a good method. The only thing that happened was Daniel fell and lost the ball. If you read that link, and watch the clip, I doubt Bobby even gets a warning here if this were a real game, and even if he did, the worst that could happen is a free kick. It just wasn't that dirty. This is no different than a foul in basketball--not even a flagrant foul. Despite the conspiracy looks that the Cobra Kai gave each other, Bobby really didn't do anything. If he did, the coach would have said something to Bobby, and he didn't. The coach was not in on it. But Daniel reacted violently. Instead of getting up and continuing to play, or wait for the coach, Daniel decided to attack Bobby and punch him in the face. Daniel was once again, the person who escalated the situation. That's why the coach kicked him off the team immediately. Daniel was the team cancer. So when Daniel showed up at Cobra Kai, an unfortunate choice of dojos, it became clear to the Cobra Kai that Daniel wanted to escalate the situation even more, and attack them on a future date. While forcing him down the hill was not right, it did put an end to the situation. Daniel was not going to join Cobra Kai, and the feud was effectively over. Remember, the confrontations on the beach happened just before school started, which means late August/early September. We get a little montage at school after that, and nothing happens to Daniel in this time. After the incident on the hill, which again, WAS wrong on the part of the Cobras, the Cobras left Daniel alone. The feud was over. It was done. They may not have shaken hands and buried the hatchet, but no one bothered Daniel and he was doing all right with Ali. All he had to do at this point was stay away from the Cobras. They were no longer going out of their way to deal with Daniel. Until Halloween. Halloween is the end of October, so we are talking nearly 2 months where Johnny and the Cobras had nothing to do with Daniel. So why would Daniel attack Johnny in the bathroom? How dumb was that? How WRONG was that? Daniel reignited the feud worse than ever, unprovoked, and in his effort to escape, even caused a car accident. Was anyone hurt there? Who paid for the damage? We won't know, because after causing that accident, Daniel fled the scene. He was absolutely in the wrong there, and while you don't want to see him beaten as badly as he was, the anger of Johnny was absolutely justified.