Chikara may refer to:

  • 力, (Chikara), the Japanese word meaning power, capability, or influence
  • The Four-horned Antelope, Tetraceros quadricornis
  • Chikara, a Shona word meaning "carnivore"
  • Chikara (instrument) - A stringed instrument from India.
  • Chikara-mizu (力水), a ritual at the beginning of a sumo match
  • Chikara Mizuhata, a race car driver
  • Chikara Nakashita, a gold (200 m breaststroke) and bronze medalist (100 m breaststroke) at the S1997 Summer Universiade
  • Chikara (album), a compilation album by rock band Kiss
  • Chikara (professional wrestling), a professional wrestling organization
    • Chikara Grand Championship, the company's major singles pro wrestling title
    • Chikara Campeonatos de Parejas, professional wrestling tag team titles
    • Chikara Young Lions Cup, a singles pro wrestling title
  • Chikara Sakaguchi, a Japanese politician
  • Chikara Tanabe, a Japanese Olympic wrestler

Other articles related to "chikara":

Sabian (wrestler) - Professional Wrestling Career - Chikara (2005–2007)
... On February 18, 2005, Sabian teamed up with Chikara wrestler Jigsaw as they entered the 2005 Tag World Grand Prix ... The following day, Sabian made his Chikara singles debut in a loss to former ally Jigsaw ... Sabian returned to Chikara one year later on February 25, where he and Eddie Kingston defeated Ian Rotten and Mickie Knuckles in the first round of Chikara's tag team tournament before ...
Lince Dorado - Professional Wrestling Career - Chikara - Bruderschaft Des Kreuzes (2010–2011)
... Afterwards Dorado explained his turn by claiming that the Chikara audience never accepted him, despite his superior athleticism and his two serious injuries suffered inside the Chikara ring ... Dorado was advertised to take part in Chikara's shows on March 12 and 13, 2011, but ended up not appearing at the shows ... Following the weekend, Dorado's profile was quietly removed from Chikara's website, confirming his departure from the promotion ...
Chikara Onodera
... Chikara Onodera (小野寺 力, Onodera Chikara?, born November 26, 1980 in Kumagaya, Saitama) is a closing pitcher for the Tokyo Yakult Swallows in Nippon Professional Baseball ...
Mienai Chikara (Invisible One)/Move
... "Mienai Chikara ~Invisible One~ / Move" is the nineteenth single and first Double A-side by B'z, released on March 6, 1996 ... "Mienai Chikara ~Invisible One~" was used as the first ending theme of anime series Hell Teacher Nūbē ...