Rika Nonaka, known as Ruki Makino in Japan, is a main character in the Digimon Tamers anime and manga series. She is a champion Digimon card game player, a skill which attracted the attention of several Digimon wanting her to be their Partner. Eventually choosing Renamon as her Digimon Partner, Rika initially sees Digimon as little more than computer data built for fighting and is rather cold and aloof to her fellow Tamers. However, her views and attitude change over the course of the series.
In Fiction Wrestling, Rika is currently signed to WWE: Animated, Anime Wrestling Federation (AWF), and Cartoon Wrestling Alliance (CWA). She is known in Animated as Digivolution's female member. She is also a member of the Rookie Revolution.
- Series: Digimon Tamers
- Species: Human
- Height: 5'7''
- Weight: 119 lbs.
- Companies: (Currently) WWE: Animated, AWF, CWA (Formerly) NCW
- Status: Active
- Billed from: Shinjuku, Japan
- Allies: Chris House (boyfriend), Digivolution (Taiki Kudo, Takato Matsuki, Takuya Kanbara), Rookie Revolution, Henry Wong
- Rivals: Sailor Moon, Hikari Yagami, Digital-Generation X, Dan Kuso
- Twitter: @FemaleTamer (AWF)
Anime Wrestling Federation Edit
Cartoon Wrestling Alliance Edit
Northern Carnage WrestlingEdit
WWE: Animated Edit
Despite her relatively slender build (or possibly design) Rika uses a mainly power-based wrestling style.
- Muscle Buster
- Slash Queen (Gory Neckbreaker) - AWF
- Tamed by Greatness (Cross-armed Anaconda Vise)
- Royal Pain (Front Flip Forward Russian Legsweep)
- Spinning Spinebuster - AWF
- Xero Gravity (540 Corkscrew Senton Bomb)
- Asuka Langley Soryu
- "All the Things She Said" by t.A.T.u. (AWF)
- "Line In The Sand" by Motorhead (WWE; used as a part of Digivolution)
- "Killa Queen" by Dale Oliver (CWA)
- "Broken" by Goldy Locks (AWF)
Championships and AccomplishmentsEdit
Anime Wrestling FederationEdit
- AWF Women's Championship (1 time)
National Carnage WrestlingEdit
- Rika once held both the AWF and NCW Women's Championship belts at the same time.
- Originally, in the finale of Digimon Tamers, Rika, alongside every other Tamer, was forced to say goodbye to her Digimon partner as they were forced to return to the Digital World to avoid the same fate of the D-Reaper. However, the FWM negates the CD Drama that acts as a sequel to Tamers and instead considers Runaway Locomon canon, meaning that the Tamers end up reunited with their Digimon.