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Adam Price reveals his ‘guilty pleasure’ during the pandemic

17 Dec 2021 2 minute read
Adam Price. Picture by Plaid Cymru.

Adam Price has revealed what his “guilty pleasure” has been during the pandemic.

The Plaid Cymru Leader told Adrian Masters on the ITV Wales podcast, The New Normal, that he got “massively got into” Cobra Kai.

The American martial arts comedy-drama, which is a sequel to the original The Karate Kid films, has been streaming on Netflix.

It is set 34 years after the 1984 film, The Karate Kid, and sees Ralph Macchio star once more as Daniel LaRusso, and William Zabka as his arch rival Johnny Lawrence, who reopens the Cobra Kai dojo.

Adrian Masters asked: “What’s been your guilty pleasure through the whole period of the pandemic? Could be a boxset, could be some music, could be something else altogether.”

Adam Price replied: “I’ve got into Cobra Kai, which is strange for me because I was never really into the Karate Kid. But I massively got into the sequel or whatever you know 20, 30 years on, and I’ve watched all three series’. I think it’s three. If there’s a fourth I can’t wait.”

We are delighted to confirm that season 4 of Cobra Kai is on the way. Here is a trailer for your viewing pleasure.

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Y Cymro
Y Cymro
2 years ago

We all have our guilty pleasures. Adam Price is no different. My own is Conservative baiting. I leave a trail out for them. Get on my steed, then gallop at speed across the glorious Welsh landscape tooting my Pibgorn. So exhilarating!

Last edited 2 years ago by Y Cymro
Notta Bott
Notta Bott
2 years ago
Reply to  Y Cymro

There is no better hobby out there

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