Air superiority fighter

The Eurofighter Typhoon was originally designed as an air superiority fighter.
A Russian Air Force Sukhoi Su-35.
Two Indian Air Force Su-30MKIs during a Thach Weave manouevre
A flight of USAF F-15 Eagles

An air superiority fighter is a fighter aircraft designed to seize control of an enemy airspace by establishing tactical dominance (air superiority) over the opposing air force. Air superiority fighters are primarily tasked to perform aerial combats against hostile agile, lightly armed aircraft (most often enemy fighters) and eliminate any challenge over control of the airspace, although some (e.g. strike fighters) may have a secondary role for air-to-surface attacks.