Mike Bennett was one of the many superstars released on Wednesday, April 15th, 2020. Despite his less-than-stellar run on WWE television, Bennett says he harbors no ill will towards the sports entertainment titan.
Regularly interacting with fans on Twitter, Mike Bennett responded to fans giving him feedback on his WWE career. Negative or positive, Mike Bennett enjoys fans voicing their opinion and a healthy rapport with his audience.
In response to one tweet, Bennett would say that he doesn't want to be known as an ex-WWE guy because he has done much more than wrestle for WWE during his career.
I don’t disagree w any of that. My point was, I had a cup of coffee with WWE and spent the rest of my career doing so much more. I don’t want my career defined as ex WWE wrestler when I barely worked there https://t.co/Xd00TRubCR— Miracle (@RealMikeBennett) August 16, 2020
Mike Bennett would further say that he has no ill will toward the company while addressing takes that he is bitter towards the company.
I have no ill will towards WWE. I speak from my experience,& some people understand that and others take everything I say as a dig or bitterness.I will always engage with the good or the bad, because non of this is personal to me.Even the digs at my sobriety I don’t take personal https://t.co/4cPzKrecc0— Miracle (@RealMikeBennett) August 16, 2020
One fan, who wasn't so complimentary towards Bennett, received a response saying that his remarks are exactly what WWE said to Mike, but Mike is okay with that and that fan is allowed his opinion.
That’s exactly what WWE told me right before I asked for my release. You’re wrong and they were too. Either way, you are entitled to that opinion. https://t.co/HJllcsNAOM— Miracle (@RealMikeBennett) August 16, 2020
Mike Bennett appeared on WWE 205 Live for the majority of his WWE career, he has yet to make it clear what his next career move is.
Bennett recently spoke to Fightful’s Sean Ross Sapp recently. You can check out that whole interview here.