PODCAST – Beyond The Beermat #33: Acceptable In The Noughties

PREVIOUS EPISODE – Beyond The Beermat #32: What’s NXT For British Wrestling?
NEXT EPISODE – Beyond The Beermat #34: So Close (And Yet So Far)

At certain milestones, it’s good to look back at what came before to see how far you’ve come. That’s why as we approach the first Wrestlemania of the new decade, this episode we’re gonna take a time out to examine everything that went down at the Mania across the last ten years.

We forget certain points in wrestling history for a variety of different reasons. It can mean there were do clear defining moments, both for good or bad. Given the degree of change in the industry in the very first part of the millennium, it was a period of relative stability. While the wrestling itself from a quality standpoint has only ever gotten higher, still there is’t quite the same fondness that fans have for previous eras. In fact, the 2010s are almost defined by not even having one. It was a period of returns, both in terms of superstars and storylines that looped from one edition to the next. There was also still time for a revolution.

Beyond The Beermat is back to deliver a wrestling buffet for the ages. Why settle for one Wrestlemania, when you can have ten?

Listen now on the player below or you can directly download Beyond The Beermat #33 here.

NEXT EPISODE – Beyond The Beermat #34: So Close (And Yet So Far)
PREVIOUS EPISODE – Beyond The Beermat #32: What’s NXT For British Wrestling?


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