NXT is constantly shocking people, from incredible matches which elevate women to a higher level than the men, to shocking debuts.
The brand really has exploded and now attracts some of the biggest names from the independent circuit from around the world.
Survivor Series storm?
It is referred to as WWE's developmental program but there are certainly those who would claim that it has surpassed the main roster on more than one occasion.
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It doesn't just attract up and coming talent like Finn Balor, Hideo Itami and Bayley, but it has also attracted some veteran stars to debut there too.
Rhyno and Brian Kendrick have both appeared on the brand and the show was rocked by the debut of a TNA favourite a few weeks ago.
James Storm made his debut on NXT three weeks ago and he sent the WWE Universe into meltdown from the second his name was put up on the screen.
Storm was not only victorious but he was also armed with a big message to the NXT Universe.
Seemingly very excited about his appearance in NXT, Storm encouraged fans that he may be around for a long time.
However as of last week, Storm still hadn't signed an NXT contract and many fans were speculating why.
Amidst that speculation, Storm tweeted what could either be a simple message or one that could change everything.
Some took it as a simple plug for the WWE Network, some took it as Storm just tweeting his current activity while others took it as a message that he will appearing at this year's Survivor Series.
Some have theorised that Storm hasn't signed an NXT contract because he could be making an immediate move up to the main roster.
Whatever the fate of Storm, it is pretty clear that the fans want to see more of him and his second appearance - wherever it may be, will surely be welcomed with open arms by the fans.
Who will debut?
Survivor Series has become known as the platform for debuts over the years, from the first appearance of the Shield in 2012, Sting last year and even the arrival of the Undertaker back in 1989, we have always looked to the show to provide a big debut.
Sot he big question is, who could we see debut on Sunday at Survivor Series?
Currently the biggest contender is NXT Champion Finn Balor, but could Storm be about to seize the title of Survivor Series debutant?