Once only a show the most hardcore of wrestling fans tuned into, NXT is no longer that obscure brand on Hulu which 90% of viewers had never even heard of. While it still attracts perhaps a more devoted sect of the WWE's fanbase, the impact of Triple H's developmental brand is being felt on Raw and SmackDown on a weekly basis thanks to Superstars like Neville and Kevin Owens as well as the Divas Revolution. It's also become widely accepted that NXT features better wrestling and storylines, and the NXT TakeOver events generate enough buzz to reportedly leave WWE officials fuming about it stealing attention from the main roster programming and Superstars. NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn is shaping up to be yet of these events which is sure to have a huge impact on the WWE. While previous live specials have hailed from Orlando, this one is the first to take place elsewhere and on a much larger stage thanks to a sold out crowd of over 13,000 in New York. It's the biggest NXT event to date and should be a real turning point for the brand. SummerSlam - which takes place the following night - is also shaping up to be a fun event, but even at this stage it's clear that NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn is going to overshadow the "WrestleMania of the summer." Here are the eight biggest reasons why that's the case.