Rainbow Mika
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Mika Nanakawa wanted to become a female pro wrestler in a Japanese pro wrestling circuit. To promote her image, she decided to travel around the world to fight worthy opponents, and to find her idol Zangief. Her trainer's name is Yoko Harmageddon and appears in some of R. Mika's win poses. After the psycho drive was destroyed in SFA3, Mika made her debut as a professional wrestler. In SFV, Mika fights alongside her tag-team partner, Yamato Nadeshiko.
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Street Fighter Alpha 3 Upper, Street Fighter Alpha 3 Max, Street Fighter Alpha: Anthology, Street Fighter: Anniversary Collection, SF:30th Anniversary collection, Card Fighters Clash, Card Fighters Clash 2, Card Fighters Clash DS, Street Fighter X Tekken

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Page Updated: May 1st, 2022

Rainbow Mika is the one and only female wrestler of the Street Fighter series (besides her partner, Nadeshiko, of course). R. Mika was undoubtedly one of the most dynamic & interesting 2D fighting game characters at the time of her debut in SFA3 (1998). She definitely made WWE Divas (back then) look like jobbers. R. Mika has an awesome variety of grapple techniques, unique strikes that other characters never had, and her famous "flying butt attack" never fails to impress. She can even bring a wrestling ring into the midst of a fight (somehow - maybe Hugo pushes the ring in for her?), just to leap onto it and slam her opponents to the ground. Mika definitely brought the epic in SFA3 (if you knew how to use her).

Mika is like a speedy, dynamic Zangief... with way more tricks than that big bear ever had. As a SFA3 Mika main, seeing her epic return in SFV nearly brought a tear to my eye. Capcom did a great job revamping her moveset, personality, and pretty much brought back everything that made her great in the first place. However, for some reason, I still like her more in SFA3

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