From the way the characters have reveled their truthfulness, up until now in the story, I know Ikki wouldn't break a promise or hide anything from Ringo or family/friends; Ringo, on the other hand, if her past actions are any ruler to judge, who knows? She's capable of deceiving, hurting, lying, and much more as long it she believes it serves SF's interests. I mean, right from the start of the fight she sucker punched him twice and stole his prized possession, taunting him all the way, while Ikki, trying to be a better man by avoid a fight with a childhood friend/family, walked away. But, if you keep poking a sleeping bear, can you blame him for waking up? And anyways, I don't think Ikki would really hurt her; he's upset, but I know he cares for her, regardless of her conduct.You seriously think she would break the promise they just swore to each other to do their best and fight full on?
That's ridiculous; she wasn't in a dating simulation where you only have two choices. She could have easily just refused either of them, or made her own third choice. If Ikki was faced with the same two choices--choosing between SF or family/friends--Ikki would always side where his heart is; and his heart is with family and friends. And if the options are not satisfactory, Ikki would make a third choice. His characters has show this to be the case over and over again.You seriously think shes a hypocrite because she is faced with two unfavorable choices and took the lesser of two evils?
And of course Ringo is a hypocrite; her and SF's actions reek of it. Being hypocritical has to do with claiming one thing (i.e, I have this moral view) while doing another (i.e, I don't have the moral view), or vice versa, not choosing the lesser of two evil. For example:
[Ringo laughs as she slams her knees into Ikki's stomach, looking to clip his wings, knowing she has to hurt him by SF rules]: "I love you Ikki."
I'm not saying Ringo is evil or bad, I'm just saying her actions are. If anything, she may be confused and is just making poor decisions based on wrong judgments; or her judgment is based on another's reasoning (Killik) who has a "convincing" agenda.