Sure ... why not! It would be pretty cool to have matched up two people! Give it a go!
CM (which relies on member subscriptions to provide its service)
your friend (who cannot afford, for the time being, a CM subscription but for whom this man might be, in your opinion, the grace and gift of the perfect man)
the man whose profile you read (for whom your friend might be the 'bestest' woman he might ever meet)
those women of CM who may soon never benefit from knowing, or knowing about, this man who might have been the 'bestest' man they might ever have met ( because of the competitor whom you plan to introduce into this here datin' universe or sump'n likit)
While you may have good intentions, it is always wise for a matchmaker to make an introduction, then let it go. Sometimes matchmakers get a little too attached to the ideas in their own head and start alienating others. It's just a word of caution.
In my case, matchmakers have had no clue whatsoever at all. My own experiences have been absolutely horrible and extremely unpleasant in this regard. Clueless matchmakers have tried to match me with someone they thought was good-looking (which in their minds is pretty much the only factor to consider), but this guy smoked (I'm allergic to cigarette smoke), was a good decade and a half younger than me, and our personalities were very different. The clueless matchmakers were actually offended when I was not interested, and I was upset that they would disrespect my wishes in trying to push this idea of theirs on me. It was an affront to my sense of autonomy as an adult. I choose my own friends, and I have very good reasons for choosing my own friends. It also has to do with respecting the choices and privacy of others.
The matchee should not have to justify to others why they are not interested, as it sets up a confrontational dynamic with the matchmaker who assumes that they know what they are talking about when perhaps they don't. So, the matchmaker really should not get too attached to the idea that two people are "perfect" for each other.