This Saturday night at Brooklyn's Barclays Center, WWE will present the biggest NXT show ever. It could be a sign of things to come for WWE because getting 13,000+ fans for a NXT show is a huge upgrade over 500 fans at the tapings they do at Full Sail University in Orlando. The event on Saturday will be something fans can look back on as a big turning point for NXT. It's a sign of growth for the brand while also reminding fans that it's not a developmental territory. NXT is its own powerful name right now and it's likely going to keep growing from here. For the fans in the arena, the show begins at 7:30pmET. There will be 90 minutes of taped matches that will air the following Wednesday on NXT as a 90 minute show. The six matches confirmed for the NXT Takeover Brooklyn special (Triple H mentioned them during his conference call) will air at 9pmET in a two hour special on WWE Network. There's also a 30 minute pre-show for that as well. There's actually an interesting dynamic with this show because WWE taped four weeks of NXT last week with the first episode airing on Wednesday. The other three weeks have already been taped, but I'm not going to reference the spoilers because they could have taped certain things as a swerve. It's time to look at those six matches that a part of Takeover Brooklyn while trying to figure out who's going to get the wins and what might happen from there.