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The war's not over because one battle's lost!
~ Dugan threatening Julie and Miyagi.

Colonel Paul Dugan (also simply known as Paul Dugan), or better known as Colonel Dugan, is the main antagonist in The Next Karate Kid.

He was portrayed by Michael Ironside, who also played who also played Darryl Revok in the 1981 film Scanners, Overdog in the 1983 film Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone, Richter in the 1990 film Total Recall, General Katana in the 1991 film Highlander II: The Quickening, Dial in the 1993 film Free Willy. Nolan Pierce in Walker, Texas Ranger, and Emperor Zanramon in the 2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series, Lewis Snart in the CW TV series The Flash. He voiced Tyler in the 2000 animated sequel film Heavy Metal 2000. He also voiced Darkseid in the 2003 animated series Justice League / Justice League Unlimited.


He leads an JROTC-style program called the Alpha Elite at Julie's school, and his style of instruction and morals he instills upon his students are very similar to those of John Kreese from the earlier films. Dugan hates Mr Miyagi for disrupting his school and his students that attend. He even hated Julie for interferring in their life when she gave them trouble.

He has the police and the school on his side. Eric McGowen was a member of Dugan's class and he needs his recommendation for the Air Force Academy. Eric saw his true colors and how they treat Julie and he got out. They settled this in Mortal Combat. Ned, who was quite similar to Johnny Lawrence and Mike Barnes, was the squad leader of Dugan's team. He spent most of his time harrasing Julie and Eric. Ned challenged Eric in combat in the Doc's.

While Ned won via beating Eric in the ground. Ned also wants to challenge Julie, he also had a crush on her. But Julie defeated Ned in combat and Dugan wants his other students to take on Julie. But they were done with him and his program. Miyagi challenges Dugan to see who is the better man. Miyagi defeated and humiliated him.

His students saw Dugan's true colors and ditched him and his program. He lost his students, his program and his dignity when he was defeated by Mr. Miyagi for good. The Alpha Elite was shut down for good, when his students ditched him after seeing his true colors. His later fate is unknown.


           KarateKidTitle Villains

The Karate Kid (1984): John Kreese | Johnny Lawrence | Dutch | Bobby Brown | Tommy | Jimmy
The Karate Kid Part II: Chozen Toguchi | Sato Toguchi | Toshio | Taro | John Kreese | Johnny Lawrence
The Karate Kid Part III: Terry Silver | John Kreese | Mike Barnes | Snake | Dennis | Margaret Spencer | Milos Dadok
The Next Karate Kid: Colonel Dugan | Ned Randall | Charlie | Gabe | Morgan
The Karate Kid (2010): Master Li | Cheng | Liang | Zhuang | Song

Cobra Kai: Johnny Lawrence | John Kreese | Eli "Hawk" Moskowitz | Kyler | Brucks | Trey & Cruz | Louie LaRusso Jr. | Tory

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