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MMA Grappling/ Jiu Jitsu Dummy

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MMA Grappling/ Jiu Jitsu Dummy Item #RC24MS
RRP: $599.95 (You save $250.00)
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Made of heavy duty cardoura(nylon) material. Tight filled. This dummy Is a great product for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ), Judo, Wrestling and
Mixed Martial Arts! you can do Train Guard, Inside Guard, Turtle Position,
 Position, North South, Mount, Side Mount, Keeps his legs up for Leg locks, Knee bars,

Adult Dummy is about the height equivalent of a 6 foot man and weighs approximately 70-75 pounds

Kids Dummy is about the height equivalent of a 4.6" foot kid and weighs approximately 30-35 pounds

Available size: 
Adult:  70 - 75 lbs,   6 ft tall
Kids: 30-35 lbs,   4.6 ft tall


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  1. Excellent Training Piece 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th May 2020

    Due to COVID - I turned to this dummy for drilling. I'm very happy with it, as I can practice many different types of positions over and over... which is a bit tiresome to perform on a good training buddy.
    Knee on belly,
    Back attacks
    Leg logs
    Heel hooks
    Many more.

    Your gi will fit on the dummy and allow practice with lapel and sleeve grips, manipulation, and chokes. I'm closing in my blue belt, and would highly recommend this piece of durable and reliable training equipment to anyone just beginning their jiu jitsu journey.

  2. Perfect for practicing and drilling my top game 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Nov 2019

    Perfect for practicing and drilling my top game (side control, mount, knee on belly, armbars, over under passing, guard). The size is quite large however it accommodates my body size.

  3. Good 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Nov 2019

    Came quickly, extremely dense and gives the right kind of resistance to feel pretty life like. Worth paying for it to be stuffed.

  4. Better quality than i expected. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Nov 2019

    The quality of this dummy was better than i expected, its 65 pounds in weight, which is more than enough as it is dead weight. I can bench press 200 pounds for reps and still find it difficult to move this thing around. I purchased it to take my Brazilian Juijitsu practice to a whole new level, the aquisition of muscle memmory via repetition is paramount so that the body can move in auto pilot so to speak, so you can free up your mind for strategy.

  5. Solid construction, snaps back to position to knock out reps 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Nov 2019

    I ordered this from Amazon for $349, and see that it has increased $100 since then. This new price may have influenced my decision to purchase, since I chose it over the Submission Master Dummy (which seems to be the gold standard) based on price in the first place. Now they cost the same at $449. According to the UPS shipping label, the package shipped at a weight of 65lbs. Though this is plenty of dead weight for me, note it is 10lbs less than the Ring to Cage's advertised 75lbs. Though I have only had it for a week, I am confident in the "Made in Pakistan" materials to include the cordura skin, stitching, and thick bungee cords across the arms to allow them to snap back in position after a technique. I bought this for Gi BJJ, and found that an A2 fit over it pretty well, but was short on the legs and torso, so it probably does equate to an oddly proportioned 6 foot opponent. Different from the Submission Master Dummy (by the website anyway), is that the head of the reviewed Ring to Cage dummy is attached to the body - to assemble, the arms are put on the had and torso like football shoulder pads and then tied down. Thus, the Ring to Cage assembly intuitively appears to be superior to the Submission Master's design which has the head attached to the arms, which are then tied onto the torso. Even if you aren't using a Gi, I would advise putting some clothes on it for hygiene purposes because you are going to sweat on this thing.

    Technique wise, it seems to have the same limitations as the Submission Master Dummy, and although the Ring to Cage dummy's legs appear longer in the picture, you cannot work deep half very well if that's your game (I will update this if the hips loosen after more breaking in). That said, what you can do is knock out 100 reps in 10 minutes, which you would be hard pressed to do on a live opponent. The Submission Master Dummy site (grapplingdummy dot net) is full of helpful videos. I haven't used this dummy long enough to see if it will improve my game, but I'm fairly confident it will. If I forget, hit me with a comment if you want to know if it did.

    For ground and pounders, I'd look at this like I would any 65lb heavy bag. I think the construction can take a whack on the way to an armbar, for example. But just as you wouldn't go balls out on a regular 65lb bag as it will surely fly off the chain, I wouldn't sit in a mount and go after its face for endurance training.

    All in all I'm pleased with the construction, and think it will enhance my game. It loses one star primarily for the seller. While I don't usually talk about sellers in reviews, I think it is important because in addition to cost, one of the factors that influenced my decision to buy this over the Submission Master Dummy was time to arrival (since the Submission Masters are made after you order). Though he was outstanding in terms of contacting me for any problems, there were just too many problems! In his defense, he was shipping to Hawaii which seemed to be foreign to him or his underlings. Nonetheless, the problems were as follows: 1) listed as "in stock" on Amazon when it wasn't, 2) originally was to ship USPS, but because the package allegedly weighed 72lbs, they sent it back to him and he had to ship UPS (but as above, the shipping weight was 65lbs?), 3) the shipping label was "unclear" causing further delay in arrival. In the end, by the time I got their "in stock" product, the Submission Master would have beat it to my door.

    Neither they nor the Submission Master offer military discounts.

  6. 5 Years Later... Still going strong. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Nov 2019

    I put my dummy in a gi. It seemed like the smart thing to do since I have quite a few gis now. I tell my white belt friends that my dummy is ranked higher than them since my dummy has a blue belt. He's got a bit of weight to him when you put him on top. Might be a struggle for some but I really like it.

  7. Good product for drilling submissions 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Nov 2019

    After surgery for a torn rotator cuff then a herniated L5/S1 disk, my surgeon recommended I hang up my jiu jitsu purple belt. Since then I've shifted my training to mainly standup but felt my grappling skills were slipping due to lack of use. After reading several online reviews of different grappling dummies ranging in price from $300 - $500, I bit the bullet and ordered a grappling dummy from Ring to Cage. I've been using it to drill basic submissions from the bottom (armbars, triangles, kimuras) which can be done in quick succession for as many repetitions as desired. It's a little awkward at first because it only weighs about 70 lbs but is fairly realistic in terms of ensuring your technique is sound. I'm starting to incorporate sweeps, but after executing a technique you have to stand up, pick up the dummy and set in back into a usable position. This doesn't allow for a lot of quick repetition but is in itself a bit of a workout in having to move the dead weight. In the few weeks I've been training with it I definitely think it's a great tool in conditioning through repetition. One drawback is that it can be a little unsettling to see it sitting in a room if you forget you have it in your house. I usually forewarn anyone coming into my place as to what it is along with it's purpose but otherwise it's a great product. I do recommend dressing it in a gi to protect the material from sweat and dust.

  8. Best dummy overall 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Nov 2019

    Bought this dummy for my 7 year old and he absolutely loves it. Great quality and definitely worth paying extra to get it filled. Very durable and I love how we're able to adjust or remove the band from the arms for more flexibility.

  9. awesome 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Apr 2015

    This thing is so awesome it submitted ME!!

  10. Great training tool 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th Dec 2014

    My grappling game has jumped way up after practicing with the dummy.
    great construction and weight and tension.
    I recommend to anyone without the ability to train w/ a partner ofter.
    Excellent Product!

  11. Great for when you have no one to roll with. 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Jan 2014

    Great construction. Solidly built. Is taking a while, lots of use to loosen the legs to where there are extendable. I thought the dummy would be to light for me to put feet on the hips for guard drills. I was wrong. Plenty of weight. And I'm a big guy 5'10" 240lbs. Over all I am pleased with this purchase

  12. The best grappling dummy ever made 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Nov 2013

    Here in Japan we don't have any such two armed and legged grappling dummies despite we have lots throughing dummies so I've asked several companies if they can send me here an unfilled dummy to save the shippment fee and the RINGTOCAGE is the only one enterprise that accepted my demand. I've uploaded how to fill the dummy, precicely same as filling punchingbags, using rugs and sand bag sealed with duct tape inside the dummy's belly if you need it heavier.
    Check it in YOUTUBE!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_P9E-GyAlo


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