- Connie Ferguson says that she would like to become a professional boxer when she's done acting and we believe it 100%
- The Mzansi producer trusts her right hook and thinks that it's going to take her places beyond the entertainment world
- Connie's fans took to the comments section to motivate her, however just weren't too sure
Mzansi actress and producer Connie Ferguson is ready for her next job after acting. Connie has revealed that she would like to become a professional boxer once she hangs up her acting boots. Taking to social media, Connie shared a video of herself training. She captioned the post:
"When I retire from acting I’m going to become a professional boxer! Cava the power of that right hook in the second slide!"
She also added a number of boxing glove emojis to her statement, showing that she really means business. Mrs Ferguson is obviously very passionate about everything she does.
Connie is not shy about showing how she stays fit. She doesn't let her age get in the way of looking her best and she works hard for it, it's not just something that comes naturally.
Mzansi social media users reacted to Connie's post online. Briefly.co.za compiled a few reactions. Check them out below:
"Oh wow! Mama you have the skills!"
"You don't want to ruin your face from boxing. Good moves though."
"I'm just glad I'm not your husband. Otherwise, any nuisance and I'm on the floor quick-quick."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Connie Ferguson thanked Mzansi for the support of the new season of Rockville.
Fans have been waiting in anticipation and the wait is finally over. Ferguson Films blessed their fans with Season 5 of Rockville and the supporters couldn't be happier. Taking to social media, Connie Ferguson thanked the fans for their endless support.
"Thank you so much for joining us for the first extended episode of #Rockville5. We do it again next week same time! Love and appreciate you!" she said on Twitter.
Rockville is series about family drama, crime and the life of wealthy criminals.
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