A video of Juan De Jongh taking on Terry Crews in a short dance off has gone viral of late, despite it taking place and being uploaded over a year ago. The original Youtube clip was actually submitted it to us earlier this morning, but it has also been ripped and re-uploaded on other facebook pages, resulting in thousands of views.
If you don’t know who Crews is, he’s a former NFL player but also a well known actor, comedian and clearly, he knows how to move. De Jongh is known for his silky moves both on and off the pitch, but was put to shame on this occasion as Crews, who filled out a Springbok jersey nicely, dominated with his robot, much to the amusement of the other Bok squad members.
Incidentally, De Jongh got a call up to the Barbarians squad yesterday, where he will be part of the team that take on Australia at Twickenham on November 1st. Coached by former All Black John Kirwan, the squad is dominated by Kiwis, but also features a few Pumas players, ‘Honey Badger’ Nick Cummins, Ali Kellock of Scotland, and Mahonri Schwalger of Samoa.
Barbarians squad to face the Wallabies:
Tim Nanai Williams (Chiefs), Joaquin Tuculet (Grenoble & Argentina), Patrick Osborne (Highlanders), Frank Halai (Blues & New Zealand), Juan de Jongh (Stormers & South Africa), Nick Cummins (Coca Cola West Red Sparks & Australia), Francis Saili (Blues & New Zealand), Colin Slade (Crusaders & New Zealand), Marnitz Boshoff (Golden Lions & South Africa), Tomas Cubelli (Belgrano Athletic Club & Argentina), Sarel Pretorius (Cheetahs), Fumiaki Tanaka (Highlanders & Japan), Coenie Oosthuizen (Cheetahs & South Africa), Matt Stevens (Sharks & England), Thomas du Toit (Sharks), Angus Ta’avao (Blues), James Parsons (Blues), Mahonri Schwalger (Chiefs & Samoa), Michael Rhodes (Stormers), Matias Alemanno (La Tablada & Argentina), Dominic Bird (Canterbury & New Zealand), Al Kellock (Glasgow & Scotland), Adam Thomson (Canon Eagles & New Zealand), Matt Todd (Crusaders & New Zealand), Steven Luatua (Blues & New Zealand), Heinrich Brussow (Cheetahs & South Africa), Jacques Botes (Sharks).
Video credit: mrBernardMyburgh