So while Beyond Wrestling is holding a primary tag team tournament (Tournament For Tomorrow 3), they're also putting on this secondary tag team tournament, called Tournament For Tomorrow 3:16. It consists of sixteen teams split into two different blocks. The two teams that come out of these two blocks will meet in a Four-Way Elimination Match at Tournament For Tomorrow 3. These two block shows took place before the main cards of that day (Block A before Alive And Kicking, and Block B before Tournament For Tomorrow 3). Fortunately, all of these matches are available for free on YouTube, if you want to check any of them out. First up, is Block A!
Beyond Wrestling: Tournament For Tomorrow 3:16 - Block A
Providence, Rhode Island 11/29/14
1.) Tournament For Tomorrow 3:16 - Block A - First Round - The Cam-An Connection (Anthony Greene & Cam Zagami) vs. Ninjas With Altitude (Kitsune & Shynron): ***
This Kitsune character looks like a certain...."Speedball", but I'll leave it there. I thought this was a fun sprint of a tag team match. Kitsune & Shynron are a very fun team, and in the end, they get the win to advance to the next round. They embrace with the Cam-An Connection after the match.
2.) The Devastation Corporation (Max Smashmaster & Flex Rumblecrunch) vs. The Influence (Jason Devine & Mike Montero): N/R
There’s really not much to say about this one. It was basically a three or four minute squash match for The Devastation Corporation. Speaking of which, I do find it interesting that we got a combination of this stable that we really haven’t seen before. The Influence did get a few shots in at the beginning, but Max Smashmaster & Flex Rumblecrunch made quick work of them.
3.) Tournament For Tomorrow 3:16 - Block A - First Round - EYFBO (Angel Ortiz & Mike Draztik) vs. Team Friendship (Mark Shurman & Scotty Slade): **
The match got off to a very weird start. They were both screwing around with hammers, music, and wrist tape. It was all very strange. There were a few entertaining spots here, but as a whole, this was just an incredible average match. EYFBO get the victory to advance to the next round.
4.) Tournament For Tomorrow 3:16 - Block A - First Round - Biff Busick & Drew Gulak vs. Brutal Burgers (“Brutal” Bob Evans & Cheeseburger): ***1/4
I was actually really looking forward to this match, just because it’s such a weird mash-up of opponents. Where else are you going to see this match? Also, I think it’s a little weird that a team like Biff Busick & Drew Gulak (while they are an irregular team) are relegated to this secondary tournament. Anyway, I thought this was a pretty good match. You might not be into this match if you’re not a big fan of the technical style that Busick & Gulak are known for, but if you are, I think you’d very much enjoy this match. It was interesting to see Brutal Burgers in a more serious, more competitive environment. They certainly held their own at times, but Busick & Gulak did eventually get the win to advance to the next round. The only complaint I had about this was that it went a little long, but other than that, I enjoyed this match.
5.) Tournament For Tomorrow 3:16 - Block A - Second Round - EYFBO (Angel Ortiz & Mike Draztik) vs. Ninjas With Altitude (Kitsune & Shynron): ***1/2
The winners of this match will be the first team to qualify for the Tournament For Tomorrow 3:16 Four-Way Elimination Finals at Tournament For Tomorrow 3. While thought this match did have a few rough spots, it was still really good. I would say that it was easily the best match on the show, up to this point. It went about ten minutes or so (a rough estimate on the match time), and they packed in a lot of action in that time frame. Ninjas With Altitude prove, once again, to be an incredibly entertaining tag team. To be fair, though, EYFBO looked good here as well. It was definitely better than their match earlier in the night. In the end, after a series of back & forth double team moves, Kitsune & Shynron were able to score the victory, meaning that they’re the first team to punch their tickets to the Four-Way Elimination Finals!
6.) Tournament For Tomorrow 3:16 - Block A - Second Round - Biff Busick & Drew Gulak vs. The Devastation Corporation (Max Smashmaster & Flex Rumblecrunch): ***
The winners of this match will be the second team to qualify for the Tournament For Tomorrow 3:16 Four-Way Elimination Finals at Tournament For Tomorrow 3. These two teams didn’t waist any time, as we got a wild brawl right from the get-go. This one went about five or six minutes, but it was fun while it lasted. I really like how Busick & Gulak wrestled this match in a completely different manner compared with their earlier encounter against Brutal Burgers. They knew they were up against two larger opponents, so they opted to just hit them fast & hard. I would’ve liked to have seen this match go a few more minutes, but for what it was, it was entertaining. Busick & Gulak got the win, meaning that they’re the second team to advance to the Four-Way Elimination Finals!
As a whole, I'd say this was fine for a smaller show. Again, since all of these matches are on YouTube, you can pick and choose which matches you want to watch. The matches involving The Ninjas With Altitude and the duo of Biff Busick & Drew Gulak are really the only ones that are worth checking out, with The Ninjas With Altitude vs. EYFBO being the standout.