Courage is a form of loyalty; a knight trusts another courageous knight
Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira
Naturally, you need to have a keen eye to be able to do this! Not just anyone can do it. But in general, a courageous knight trusts in the character of another courageous knight; because courage is a form of loyalty. And one who is very courageous—not courageous like a bandit, but like a hero—does not know how to lie. So the other knight trusts him.
And later the winner sends good clothes, good food rations and a special tent to the great man he defeated. This is gentlemanly. But here there is no rivalry; on the contrary, the winner glorifies the one he defeated. This is beautiful.