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Five Things That Must Happen at NXT Takeover: Brooklyn

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PWP Nation’s Zack Heydorn previews NXT Takeover: Brooklyn with five things that must happen at the event on Saturday.

NXT’s version of “WrestleMania” is upon us as TakeOver Brooklyn is only a day away. With last year’s event at the Barclays Center in New York being so successful, the WWE and its NXT Superstars are really going to have to pull out all the stops for year two to outshine the inaugural event from 2015.

Here are 5 things that we must see for that to happen …

5. A tag team classic between The Revival and Gargano/Ciampa

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With the loss of American Alpha, Enzo and Cass, and The Vaudevillians, NXT needs the next great babyface tag team to help carry the division. The Revival is incredibly successful, but as heels, they need a top opponent to interact with on a weekly basis. Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa look to be the yin to their yang.

But, we need a classic out of these teams on Saturday to lock that down for certain. Gargano and Ciampa don’t need to win the titles, but they need a match that gets them to the next level. Much like American Alpha did during the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic. Gargano and Ciampa’s gimmick is that they are great wrestlers.

A classic in Brooklyn will solidify them as top players and set up a nice chase for the belts throughout this fall.

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About Zack Heydorn

Chicago’s own, Zack Heydorn, has been an avid and passionate wrestling fan for the better part of the last 20 years. He is an editor and featured writer for PWP Nation as well as the host of PWP Nation Network podcast, The Bottom Line. With his main interests lying with the WWE, he also dabbles and keeps the pulse on NXT, New Japan Pro Wrestling, Lucha Underground, ROH, and other various independent promotions. There needs to be more positive opinions in the internet wrestling world and he hopes to help that cause because it’s not all as bad as we can sometimes make it out to be. You can expect, honesty, unbiased opinions, creativity, and pure entertainment from his articles and shows. Debates and discussion are always encouraged! Follow him on Twitter @zheydorn.