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Beyond The Bell

By Sean Beckerman

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Description

Beyond The Bell is the podcast that goes back in time to rewind and relive all things nostalgia in the world of Professional Wrestling and Sports Entertainment. Hosted by Independent Wrestling Ring Announcer Sean Beckerman, each season features an old-school theme covering the storied history of Pro Wrestling. From the history of various organizations to career retrospectives, this series relives it all. From the history of various organizations, regions and territories to career retrospectives, music and greatest moments... this podcast covers it all!

Customer Reviews

DON’T WASTE YOUR TIME!

If you want to listen to a retrospective look at wrestling then skip this podcast. While the topics look great and could be interesting to listen to, they are not. Beckerman is awful with facts and constantly gets them wrong. The biggest problem I have with this particular show is that Beckerman starts an idea for a series i.e. The Horsemen Files, and then moves on to more modern events like Wrestlemania 30 and theme music shows. Flip through the old episodes and you’ll see what I mean.

Podcast would be great if it stuck to NOSTALGIA, as the logo on the left indicates. There are much better shows out there that take a look at the same topics as you’d find here, just on a much better scale.

Good show

Good retrospective on professional wrestling.

Pretty good

I do like his energy and his ideas of themes to talk about. A few facts here and there are questionable...I remember him saying that the new Hart Foundation (1997) "feuded with the Union (which included Big Show and Test)" hmmm. I also remember him claiming that the Boiler room Brawl at Summer Slam 96 was the only time that type of match has ever occurred.
Don't get me wrong, I enjoy the podcast, I just feel like half the time I end up listening to long clips of different events, which is fine...but there's older stuff from AWA and NWA recordings/clips which I've not had a lot of experience with. So when I get to those parts, I'm either lost in what's going on or I'm fast forwarding to the next discussion. I've also noticed a lot of clips repeated within the same podcasts...and not just part of it, the whole clip replays.

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  • Category: Professional
  • Language: English

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