Mike Bennett says he knows he's living in the good old days of his wrestling career because he's having so much fun with Honor No More.
Bennett returned to IMPACT at the Hard To Kill pay-per-view, where Honor No More arrived and kicked off its mission to wreak havoc. Since then, Bennett and his stablemates (Matt Taven, Maria Kanellis, PCO, Vincent, and later additions Kenny King and Eddie Edwards) have enjoyed plenty of success. Bennett and Taven are the reigning IMPACT World Tag Team Champions, and they are frequently featured on IMPACT TV.
In an interview with Kevin Kellam of Sportskeeda Wrestling, Bennett made it clear that he's having the time of his life. He noted that, a few years from now, he'll look back on this chapter of his career as the good old days because he's working with his wife and his best friends.
“You know what’s funny is, I was thinking about this the other night, and it’s always moments like these where we look back and we’re like, ‘Oh wow, those were the good old days.’ I’m sitting there and I was thinking, and I was piecing all the pieces together. I’m like, so I’m doing this with my wife, I’m doing this with my best friend, Kenny King, who I’ve known forever, Vincent, who’s one of my best friends, and then Eddie Edwards, who I literally started in this industry together in Massachusetts, and we’ve been friends since I was 16 years old. We’re all coming together, and then you throw PCO in there, who’s nuts, and we’re all coming together to form this group. I’m just like, this is really kickass. This is one of those moments where I’m gonna look back and be like, ‘Oh, those were the good old days. Those are the moments I should have appreciated when we were just running roughshod in IMPACT with my best friends. I’m having the time of my life right now, I really am," Bennett said.
Bennett and Taven will defend the IMPACT World Tag Team Championship against the Motor City Machine Guns at the Bound For Glory pay-per-view. Check out the card here.