Weed and feed products are generally not a good idea, Johnny, because the two goals are at cross purposes. Get an herbicide safe for the type of lawn you have and the bermuda you want to control, let it do its work, then fertilize.
What is the wild bermuda in? Your lawn or landscape beds? What type lawn grass do you have?
Bermuda is highly invasive, there is a product that claims to control it in other turf areas, I can't recall the name. It is very expensive however and has little margin for error on application. It is usually more effective to kill the area using an herbicide then reseed.
Some grasses choke out bermuda grass. St. Augustine and centipede does, I believe. Try Google :-)