Mike Bennett Shares Clip Of His Documentary
Mike Bennett has shared the first 12 minutes of his documentary, “I LOVE THIS $#!T – A Wrestling Expedition w/ Mike Bennett.”
The excerpt is available on ASY TV’s YouTube channel. Bennett also shared some clips on his Twitter page.
I was going to wait till tomorrow night to release this clip from the documentary, but I really enjoyed the energy and vibe and thought it’d be perfect for a Sunday. Hope you all enjoy. #WatchROH #NJPW #WWE #IMPACT #AEW #prowrestling https://t.co/I58PRFWwJF
— Mike (@RealMikeBennett) March 28, 2021
The description for the YouTube video notes that the full documentary will be available on April 7. Based on Bennett’s posts, it’s clear that the program will focus on his wrestling career. The description for the video is as follows:
“WATCH THE FULL 120 MINUTE DOCUMENTARY Right Here on APRIL 7th, 2021 WATCH IT ALL NOW on ASY TV on ROKU, APPLE TV, AMAZON FIRE & at ASYTV.com After 3 Years of Losing Passion for Pro Wrestling, Mike Bennett takes a cross country journey back to The Indies to rekindle the flame”.
Former WWE Developmental Talent Debuts At ROH 19th Anniversary
At Ring of Honor’s 19th Anniversary pay-per-view on March 26, a mystery assailant attacked Matt Taven during his unsanctioned match with Vincent. The newcomer then carried Vincent away, so the match ended in a no contest. In a tweet after the attack, the big man, whose name turned out to be “Dutch”, officially aligned himself with Vincent.
To do what is righteous and just is more acceptable to Vincent than sacrifice.
— DUTCH (@ROHDUTCH) March 27, 2021
Mike Johnson of PWInsider, among other outlets, recognized Bill Carr as the mystery assailant. Carr is a former WWE developmental prospect who performed for the promotion’s Florida Championship Wrestling developmental territory. He has also been featured in Combat Zone Wrestling and Wrestling Revolver. As of this writing, Ring of Honor has not officially confirmed the identity of Dutch.