1A bout or instance of mud-wrestling.
2In extended use: an instance or act of fierce or strenuous contention.
1930s; earliest use found in Sunday Journal & Star (Lincoln, Nebraska). From mud + wrestle.
1To take part in mud-wrestling.
2To take part in mud-wrestling with (someone).
3In extended use. To contend strenuously or resolutely.
4To contend strenuously or resolutely with (a person).