I'll be honest, I'm not entirely sure what "fighter anime" means... but I'll do my best!
I think for this one, I'm going with Sengoku Basara! Based on a video game series, this anime takes place in the warring states era of Japan when samurai and Daimyo battled over control of the land. Aside from obvious artistic liberties being taken to anime it up (what even are physics?), the story is actually fairly historically accurate, which I think is super cool! Plus it helped me out in my Japanese culture class this past semester, particularly with learning names and a little bit of geography! If you haven't checked it out, I recommend it, but definitely go with the sub because Date Masamune's original voice actor is awesome (don't be alarmed if you think you picked the wrong version when you start! ;D)! Masamune, aka the One-Eyed Dragon, also puts Wolverine to shame with his six claws! PAAAARTY!!!!!
I tried to be strict on this one since I think most of the anime I've seen could be classified as fighter anime, but I still had a couple I couldn't prune out!
Need I say more? Hellsing has some epic fight scenes! I can't even come up with anything to say to do it justice! Just go watch it (unless you're squeamish, in which case you might wanna avoid this one...)!
This one is technically "americanime," but I think it counts. RWBY's early animation style took a little getting used to at first, but one thing that was awesome from the get-go was the fight scenes! I mean what do you expect when EVERYTHING is a gun? As such, it's getting this honorable mention.
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