The second portion of Beyond Wrestling’s July 27th Two Weeks Notice event from Atlantic City, New Jersey continued the momentum from the Wheeler Yuta/Lee Moriarty match.
The fourth match saw Willow Nightingale in what was a great display from Willow. Sanchez did a great job of playing an annoying Pure Heel that would use every underhanded tactic available to him.
While Willow displayed a natural charisma and solid in-ring ability that allowed her to shine in her role. Willow is someone who could fit in promotions around the world, including World Wonder Ring Stardom (Stardom) and Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling (TJPW) in Japan.
Willow would eventually pin Sanchez with an impressive Gutwrench Sitout Powerbomb.
The fifth match highlighted Christian Casanova against Blake Christian. In a different style than the earlier Yuta/Moriarty match, Casanova and Christian both used the high paced aerial technique that is popular throughout the United States independent wrestling scene.
The more experienced Casanova looked to have more polish, but Christian held his own and will likely become a popular face in wrestling within the next several years. Casanova would with his Axe Kick variation called the Sucka Kick.
The sixth match saw Chris Dickinson, Tony Deppen, and Nick Gage face the Second Gear Crew (Manders, Matthew Justice, and Mance Warner). Despite instances where the fighting went into the fan seats and wrestlers interacted by slapping hands with fans, which is slightly worrying during a time when COVID-19 (Coronavirus, 2019) continues to be problematic — the match went by without much of a hitch.
For the most part, the match was a brawl with Nick Gage believed to be selling a knee injury (he is listed to make his upcoming booking) that was used to put his team at a disadvantage.
However, Tony Deppen would go on to pin Manders with a Running Knee to the face.