How to make a mud wrestling pit?
All you need to make a mud wrestling pit is the mud wrestling package from Jello Wrestling Supply, an inflatable pool and some water. If you don't wish to use a an inflatable pool you can make a mud wrestling pit using sand bags, fertilizer bags, or hay bails, and a tarp. Instructions are provided further below.
How to make mud for wrestling?
To ensure the safety of your mud wrestlers be sure to use our safe, non toxic, germ free, instant mud packs. They create a clean mud that looks and feels so very dirty. Each mud wrestling package will make up to 60 Gallons of a thick, slimy, slippery, mud. Simply add the instant mud powder to your mud wrestling pool or pit, add the correct amount of water and give it a stir to break up any clumps. Within a few minutes the powder will transform into a thick, slimy, sludge that is perfect for wrestling in.
The best pools for mud wrestling
The best inflatable pools for mud wrestling are the kind that have 3, or at the very least 2 inflatable rings. These pools tend to hold their shape better so the mud won't spill over the edges if a wrestler lands on the side of the pool. Also if one of the rings accidentally gets popped you still have a ring or two holding the mud in, to keep the action going.
Some good pool options are listed below. The bigger the pool the better, as it will give the wrestlers more room to throw each other around, and more than two people can wrestle at once. Larger pools do cost a bit more though, and require more mud, so you can select a pool based on your budget. Don't worry too much, we have had a great time wrestling in some fairly small pools.
Some good pool options are listed below. The bigger the pool the better, as it will give the wrestlers more room to throw each other around and more than two people can wrestle at once. Larger pools cost more and require more mud so the size of your pool will depend on your budget.
Don't use this style of pool
Do not buy the one ringed style of pool shown below. These do not work for wrestling purposes. If a wrestler lands on the edge of the pool the side wall will collapse and a heap of mud will pour out.