Premiere: Juan Wauters, “Sanity Or Not”

Video by Captured Tracks

While the current formula for WWE wrestling entertainment seems cyclical and generally lacking, Juan Wauters' video for "Sanity Or Not" takes us back a few decades to the 80's lockerroom soliloquy scenes and Andy Kaufman's stint in kayfabe, wrestling women and embracing the qualities of a heel.

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The "Sanity Or Not" video opens with threats from a Siouxsie Sioux in red tights who claims she's going to treat Wauters like a mishandled blunt, since you definitely can't roll it after ripping it up – point made, lady. Wauters, donning the same long johns and blue shorts attire of Kaufman, rises through the ranks, pinning woman after woman before he gets a shot at the title belt. It's an alley brawl, significantly shorter than the fight scene from They Live, that culminates in a crushing piledriver.

Juan Wauters' North American Poetry is out February 4 on Captured Tracks.

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