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Fighter or the fighter may refer to:
- A person who literally fights, e.g.
- A person who figuratively fights, e.g.
- A person who is determined to persevere or not give up
- The Fighter (1952 film), a 1952 dramatic film about boxing
- Fighter (2000 film), a 2000 documentary about two holocaust survivors
- Fighter (2007 film), an independent Danish film about a Turkish girl studying Kung-fu.
- The Fighter, a 2010 sports drama starring Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale.
- Fighter (2012 film), an upcoming Bengali film
- Fighters (2014 film), a 2014 French film
- Muay Thai Fighter, a 2007 Thai film
- Fighter (character class), a common archetypal character class in numerous role-playing games
- Fighting game, a genre of videogames
- "The Fighter" (song), a song by Gym Class Heroes that features Ryan Tedder
- Fighter (album), an album by the Christian rap rock artist Manafest
- "Fighter" (song), a song by Christina Aguilera
- Fighters, the name for Christina Aguilera's fanbase
- Foo Fighters, an American alternative rock band fronted by Dave Grohl
- Fighter aircraft, a warplane designed to destroy or damage enemy warplanes in air-to-air combat
- Starfighter, the science-fiction equivalent of a fighter aircraft
- Fighter pilot, a military aviator who controls of a fighter aircraft
- Foo fighter, a term used by Allied aircraft pilots in World War II to describe various unidentified flying objects or mysterious aerial phenomena
- Fighter brand, a lower-priced offering launched by a company to take on, and ideally take out, specific competitors that are attempting to under-price them
- Fighter kite, a type of kite used for the sport of kite fighting
- Fighter: The True Story of the Battle of Britain, a book by Len Deighton
- Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters, a Japanese professional baseball team
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