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Zoë Bell, actress and stuntwoman behind films and TV shows such as Kill Bill, Xena Warrior Princess, and Death Proof (where she famously did the "ships mast" on a1970 Dodge Challenger) posted on Twitter about an upcoming surprise as part of her #BossBitchFightChallenge.

Massive surprise is an understatement considering Bell assembled an epic list of actresses and stuntwomen from your favorite action movies to create a badass virtual fight sequence. 

Thanks to some editing, sound effects and truly impressive stage combat, the video literally kicks off with Bell socking one to Lucy Lawless aka Xena Warrior Princess. The savagery continues in a chain of clever antics. The 5-minute video is jam packed with notables but some highlights include:

1. Lucy Lawless channeling Xena ready to throw a chakram.

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2. Daryl Hannah reprising her role as Elle Driver from the Kill Bill films.

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3. Julliette Lewis getting ready to jazzercise our ass.

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4. Rosario Dawson getting ready to strike as Abernathy in a move from Death Proof.

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5. Cameron Diaz throwing groceries at us.

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6. Halle Berry making an epic recovery after being thrown backwards into her pool.

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 Header photo courtesy of screenshots from video

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