During the latest WWE "SmackDown Live" show results, a variety of entertaining matches and segments were featured on the USA channel. Several championship bouts and feuds were put in place, with a few new big matches getting added to December's "TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs" match card. Among them, at least two titles are on the line, with a women's Wrestling feud also part of the lineup. Here's a look at how all of the latest "SmackDown Live" results played out, just a few nights after the "Survivor Series" 2016 pay-per-view results.

'SmackDown' winners & losers

The latest "SmackDown Live" took place in Ottawa, Canada, and featured plenty of interesting matches.

There were some clear winners and losers on the night and a few surprises. The best surprises usually start and end the show and that was no different tonight.

Shane McMahon came out to kick off the show. The commissioner noted he was feeling pretty banged up, but still came out to talk up Team SmackDown's win at the PPV. Shane also called out team mascot James Ellsworth and awarded him a WWE contract. Dean Ambrose was there to celebrate, but Shane wasn't pleased and told Ambrose to leave the building. However, Ambrose would keep appearing through the evening and factor in the main event.

American Alpha won a tag team turmoil match to become new No. 1 contenders for the tag titles. However, they received a warning post match that Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton are coming for them.

Becky Lynch defeated Natalya in singles competition by submission but was attacked post-match by Alexa Bliss. The two will meet up at next month's PPV for the title.

Kalisto was given a shot at Miz's Intercontinental title, but once again Baron Corbin interfered.

Later on, Corbin was ordered to have a match against Kane. Kalisto would come down to attack Corbin and managed to kick a steel chair into his face post-match.

In the main event, James Ellsworth had his contract hanging above the ring in a ladder match. He would face AJ Styles and earlier had asked Shane McMahon for a future title shot if he won.

That was granted. Styles took advantage of a wounded Ellsworth, who had a neck brace and a bandaged back. However, Dean Ambrose appeared in Ottawa Senators hockey gear for the save.

Eventually, Ambrose got taken out by Styles, but a savvy Ellsworth managed to push the ladder over when AJ was making the climb. Later, he delivered his "No Chin Music" kick to knock Styles into the ropes. Styles got his foot caught and Ellsworth climbed up to grab the contract. With the win, he's officially signed and will get a future title shot.

New 'TLC' 2016 matches

Tuesday night's show set in motion a batch of new matches for the "TLC" pay-per-view next month.

AJ Styles was already set to defend his WWE World Heavyweight Championship against Dean Ambrose. However, three more matches were added to that contest making for a compelling lineup.

The Miz will once again defend his Intercontinental title against Dolph Ziggler. However, this time the belt will be hanging above the ring in a ladder match. The first wrestler to climb up and snatch the belt is the champion leaving "TLC" in Dallas.

Also defending her championship will be WWE Women's Champion Becky Lynch. Alexa Bliss demanded her rematch and will get another shot at the title at the pay-per-view.

Another women's match was booked to go with that.

Nikki Bella confronted Carmella backstage, accusing her of taking her out at "Survivor Series" before the 5-on-5 match. Carmella denied it and reminded Nikki plenty of people dislike her. Nikki said they will settle things between them for the final time in a "No Disqualification" match at the big event in Texas.

The latest "SmackDown Live" certainly advanced plenty of stories and feuds going forth and should provide some interesting new stories to keep an eye on ahead of "TLC" and the "Royal Rumble" PPV.

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