MMA Cage Bed: Wrestle Your Spouse For Sheet Supremacy

Do you spend every night in a subconscious game of blanket tug-of-war with your bedmate? Now you can use a winner-take-all approach with this MMA-approved cage match bed that lets both of you playfully battle it out and decide who gets the majority of the sheets.

Made with foam padded rails, steel undercarriage bed supports and actual fencing surround three sides, the bed should survive any activity — from playful wrestling to other rambunctious night-time pursuits. The smallest twin-sized model — designed for kids — is $US1150, but adults can play too with a king-sized model for $US1600. Mattresses are sold separately. You should get two and push them together for a more authentic MMA experience. [We R MMA via Dude I Want That]


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    If you're an adult sleeping in one of these, there's a good chance you're sleeping alone. No playful wrestling or other rambunctious night-time pursuits for you!

    On a side note, how awsome is the word rambunctious?!

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    If this was WWE instead instead of MMA there would be actually serious discussions in my household as to whether we could buy one. As it is, meh.

      Can you explain to me the appeal of WWE? I mean, you've got a bunch of obviously big, tough blokes, jumping around and pretending to hurt one another according to a pre-planned script. If you're into serious fighting, why not something like MMA? Or is the fact it's not real part of the appeal, kind of like watching your favourite TV series unfold?

      Just for the record, I'm not into either, so I'm not trying to persuade you, I'm genuinely interested in your answer.

        Yes the outcome is predetermined but the "match" itself and is not. Its akin to watching a movie - you know its not "real" but its a chance to turn the brain off and just enjoy the show.

        I don't enjoy watching people trying to legitimately hurt eachother, so MMA doesn't really appeal to me. I view WWE as something like an action movie/sopa opera- ridiculous, often fun storylines wrapped around fight scenes. And I ejoy watching the skill it takes to pull off those ridiculous stunts without accidentally seriously hurting each other.

        We have tickets to see Raw live tomorrow night in Brisbane, actually. My glorious future husband has been texting me pictures of the big stupid signs he's making for us to take. I'm going to scream myself silly for matches that I know are fixed, and it's going to be AWESOME :)

          Bingo, perfect answer! Thanks, and enjoy :)

    Where the appeal of WWE is - My fiancee doesn't like to see people actually getting hurt and I love my daily (or in this case weekly) soap opera show. Not to mention the characters and feuds can be amazing fun.

    It's not everyone's cup of tea, but then I used to watch Passions, so WWE is definitely an entertaining step up. Not to mention some of the things that the wrestles do are 100% amazing and awe inspiring. Just because it's not real, doesn't mean that they aren't really talented guys.

    It's the bogan dude version of a Playboy bed.

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