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If you need the flyback diodes inside the purple boxes (and I question that you do given the bulk diodes inside each MOSFET) then you've missed a node connection where I've made a red circle.
The MOSFETs are good for current pulses up to over 200 amps so why have you got a 0.1 ohm resistor (R3) in series with the bridge on the lower supply end?
The MOSFETs have 1.6 nF gate-source capacitance and you have 47R gate resistors. Together this makes a rise time of around 1x CR or 75 ns yet, those MOSFETs are good for rise times that are significantly lower than this. Is there a reason? Maybe it's because the HIP4081A driver can only deliver 2.5 amps to the MOSFET gates? If so, use a better driver.
Are you happy with the 75 ns anti-shoot-through characteristic of the MOSFET driver given that the MOSFETs could be driven more quickly and could therefore dissipate lower power?
You haven't said what Vcc can be so I'm guessing it's below the 100 volt rating of the RF05VYM1SFHTR diodes used in the bootstrap circuits.