Sweet revenge is served up cold when the Karate Kid (Daniel) jumps into action along side his mentor Mr Miyagi in part III of the classic movie the Karate Kid. In this sequel Daniel sees a lot of action, a lot of heartbreak, and even finds true love. John Kreese, a former sensei of the Cobra Kai, constructs a plan that will help him to get even with Mr. Miyagi and Daniel for ruining his dojo and embarrassing him. John seeks the help of his long time friend Terry to help him with his devious plot, and together they put Daniel and Miyagi's relationship to the test. The plot starts with Terry becoming friends with Daniel, and then hiring the local Mike Barnes to harass him into joining the upcoming karate tournament. Mike and his friends are relentless in their job as they break into Mr. Miyagi's apartment and steal his beloved bonsai trees.
In the Karate Kid part III love has found its way to the heart of Daniel. After purchasing a store front for his mentor Mr. Miyagi, Daniel visits the store across the street and runs into Jessica, who is played by the lovely actress Robyn Lively. The two of them start to date, and as they grow closer, she helps Daniel to dig up one of Mr. Miyagi's old bonsai plants from a cliff on Devils Cauldron. When the break in does not force the Karate Kid into the tournament they threaten him and finally, after trying everything else, they steal the ropes that Daniel and Jessica use to climb to the bottom of the Cauldron. The only way for the two of them to make it back to the top is by signing the contract stating that he would join the tournament.
When Daniel goes to his mentor for help Mr. Miyagi refuses. He has bigger fish to fry as he is mending his precious bonsai tree. Daniel then turns to Terry for help in training, and the devious pair, Terry and John, set to work on destroying him. Terry trains the Karate Kid to play dirty during fights, which is the opposite of everything that Mr. Miyagi had taught him before. Once Daniels anger starts to get out of control he turns to Terry and tells him he does not wish to train under him any longer. This is when Mr Miyagi steps back into the picture and trains Daniel for the tournament.