The third match of the first round for the Tournament for Tomorrow pits a familiar face against someone who may be new to the Beyond Wrestling viewing experience. Sugar Dunkerton is known to most people who follow Chikara, and he's usually regarded as a playful, bordering comedic performer. His mission in Beyond couldn't be any more different than that, as he, along with Aaron Epic and Pinkie Sanchez have formed the #KOA in an attempt to change people's perceptions of them. His opponent in this match is Johnny Mangue, who isn't known that well outside of Beyond. Right now, he's embroiled in controversy as he can't seem to escape his stable mate The Pitboss interfering on his behalf, raising questions as to whether he can actually get the job done by himself. So that's the story of this match, on top of the fact that it's a first round match in a one-day tournament. Dunkerton works here as a far different performer than we know him in Chikara. He's less Harlem Globetrotter and more mid-'90s New York Knick ready to do battle with the Miami Heat (literally, if one remembers those classic brawls they'd have on the court). Mangue spends the entire match taking turns selling his knee and trying to convince Dunkerton that Pitboss isn't going to help him. Will he though? Watch and enjoy.