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Tool Front Man Wrestles Fan on Stage [VIDEO]

Maynard James Keenan, front man for Tool/APC/Pucifer, man of mystery, and wrestler? It’s true! Recently MJK returned to his old High School to help prep the wrestlers for an upcoming tournament.  The now wrestling coach for Mason County Central High School, Jim Allen, was Keenan’s wrestling mate back in 1982. I can just imagine Maynard running the kids through warm-ups yelling, “Pushit! Pushit!”

Want to see how good he is? This footage was posted back in 2009 after a fan jumped on stage and tried to hug MJK during a performance.  What amazes me most is that Keenan doesn’t miss a beat.  Sing… Judo throw… head lock…. keep singing. You gotta see for yourself!

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