In this paper, the fixed-time bipartite synchronization problem for coupled delayed neural networks with signed graphs is discussed. Different from traditional neural networks, the interactions between nodes of delayed neural networks can be either collaborative or antagonistic. Furthermore, compared with the initial-condition based finite-time synchronization, the settling time is bounded by a constant within fixedtime regardless of the initial condition. It is worth noting that the fixed-time stable network for bipartite synchronization in this paper achieves more faster convergence than most existing publications. By applying constructing comparison system method, Lyapunov stability theory and inequality techniques, some sufficient criteria for fixed-time bipartite synchronization are obtained. Finally, two numerical examples are granted to display the performance of the obtained results.