Yep, blonde that I am I looked up breadance, but the clue's in the title too, I suppose.
You need to be careful of typos, they can alter meaning quick as a wink and send people like me scampering to Google. Or worse: You only need look at #susanalbumparty
and a book that was promoted here in Oz under the banner of 'never fails to disappoint' - okay, not strictly typos but marketing fiascos that nobody along the long chain of production picked up on. Imagine the cost of all those published hardback books - into the trash they went.
'settle the old beef'? I'd leave the vernacular for dialogue and write something like 'settlle old scores'.
That said, what are the stakes? What's at stake if they do or don't win?
The guys in The Full Monty were unemployed steelworkers trying to raise money but it became about a whole lot more than that..
These are not your typical young guys trying to break out of a small town, with big city dreams. The difference here is that your guys are in their forties. Forty-something, btw. That's key to originality, and a great fresh angle! Imho, you need to expand and pique my interest more with that.