Although he always bicker with Adachi, he would do anything so that he won't hurt or upset her.
He later admits to liking her and even gets jealous when her former middle school classmate tells Shinagawa his intentions to ask her out, but Adachi remains oblivious to Shinagawa's feelings.
Later in the series, it is revealed that he was one of the top students in a reputable private middle school.
He was kicked out of the school after fighting the delinquents who were bothering his number one rival in studies, Shizuku Hachioji.
Shinagawa is first confused on why she keeps pestering him until he discovers her secret.
While she may look like a typical class representative stereotype, Adachi is actually not very smart and lacks common sense, and Shinagawa eventually learns that Adachi is a former delinquent.
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Hana Adachi, the dedicated class representative, however would not allow it and constantly bothers him to be involved in school life.
The writer may state that they Hooked Up Afterwards, or leave it to the reader's imagination.
Expect there to be at least some fans who pair the couple up regardless.
But wait had anyone actually said that the two of them are together, or are you just assuming? The Implied Love Interest is when one character fills the role of a Love Interest to another character in the narrative, or otherwise has a lot of tropes related to being a Love Interest surrounding them, but nothing explicit in the narrative or from the creators is ever stated on the matter.
Is the character denying the truth or stating it when he says "She Is Not My Girlfriend"? One reason for this trope is in a serial work, it allows the author to gently cover their bums when it comes to either Ship Sinking ("Hey, the ship never set sail in the place") or Cleaning Up Romantic Loose Ends ("The potential was there from the start").