With the "WrestleMania 33" pay-per-view just over a month away, the "SmackDown Live" roster's superstars showed up for a live event in Moline, Illinois Saturday night. Among the stars on hand for wrestling action were the current WWE World Heavyweight champion Bray Wyatt, and former champion John Cena. Also appearing were Baron Corbin, Dean Ambrose, The Miz, American Alpha, Carmella, Alexa Bliss, and James Ellsworth, amongst others. Here's a look at the latest show results from Moline ahead of Tuesday's next "SmackDown" episode.

WWE Moline results

The Wrestling Inc website reported that a total of eight matches were on the card for Saturday's WWE event in Moline. Among them were four championship matches including the WWE World Heavyweight title on the line.

The main event had Bray Wyatt defending his WWE championship in a Triple Threat battle against Baron Corbin and John Cena. The finish saw Wyatt able to hit a low blow on Cena to get the pinfall win, retaining his title. However, Cena got revenge post-match when he hit the Attitude Adjustment on Wyatt.

In the other WWE show results, American Alpha, Alexa Bliss, and Dean Ambrose all successfully defended their titles. The tag champs defeated The Usos and Breezeango in a triple threat, while Alexa Bliss won a Fatal Fiveaway against Tamina, Natalya, Becky Lynch and Carmella.

Dean Ambrose retained his Intercontinental title in a match against The Miz with Maryse at ringside.

Other matches & 'SmackDown Live'

In what was said to be the match of the night, Randy Orton defeated Luke Harper. The Viper gained his win just days ahead of Harper's huge match which is set for "SmackDown Live." Harper will take on AJ Styles with the winner becoming the No.

1 contender to take on Bray Wyatt at "WrestleMania 33" for the title.

Other winners in Moline included Heath Slater and Rhyno defeating The Ascension as well as Apollo Crews defeating Dolph Ziggler thanks to some help from Kalisto. Earlier in the show, Kalisto defeated Curt Hawkins, only to be attacked by Dolph Ziggler. Crews came out to make a save, leading to their match.

More of these feuds and storylines will be continued on Tuesday's episode of "SmackDown Live" starting at 8 p.m. Eastern Time on the USA Network.