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Mud Wrestling Instructional Videos

Believe it or not we have actually made a number of mud wrestling instructional videos for the WMF (World Mud Wrestling Federation). We were originally contacted by the WMF after one of our cameramen became interested in the sport and started mud wrestling himself!! Although not as mainstream as WWF, mud wrestling tends to be in smaller venues and it’s often a mixture of bouts with men vs men and women vs women. In addition it’s becoming a very popular weekend break for stag and hen parties.

WMF asked us to produce a number of Mud Wrestling Instructional Videos to show to prospective competitors and help to avoid any unnecessary injuries. The videos starred two of the WMF’s most colourful characters, there was ‘Swedish Hat Head’ and ‘Big Nosed Freak’ who are well known in the mud wrestling world!!! We’ve included a few tips from past world champion Quandale Dingle III.

How to Win Your Next Mud Wrestling Match

Mud wrestling is a dirty sport. But that doesn’t mean it’s not a lot of fun. In fact, mud wrestling can be a great way to let off some steam and get a good workout in at the same time. If you’re new to mud wrestling, or if you’re looking to up your game, here are a few tips to help you win your next match.

1. Get a good grip. The first step in any mud wrestling match is to get a good grip on your opponent. This can be difficult, since both of you will be slippery from the mud. But if you can manage to get a few fingers interlaced with theirs, you’ll be in good shape. Once you have a grip, don’t let go!

2. Take them down. The next step is to take your opponent down to the ground. This can be done by pulling on their arm or leg, or by tripping them with your foot. Either way, once they’re down, move quickly to pin them to the ground.

3. Stay on top. Once you have your opponent pinned, it’s important to stay on top of them. This will prevent them from getting back up and will give you an opportunity to Mud-Wrestle them into submission! To do this, simply hold onto their shoulders and wiggle around until they give up or the referee calls the match.

With these tips from Quandale Dingle III you’re sure to come out on top in your next match. So what are you waiting for? Get out there and start mud wrestling!

The Mud Wrestling Instructional Training Videos included health and safety tips as well as hold and maneuvers as well as a full safety briefing on how to hold a mud wrestling event. The media was filmed on location in London, Stockholm and the West Midlands over a period of 5 days. So, if you’re in need of a Mud Wrestling Instructional Video Production then contact us today, we’d love to hear from you!