On Tuesday, March 28th, the "SmackDown Live" roster invaded the Richmond Coliseum in Virginia. It was the final show ahead of Sunday's "WrestleMania 33" pay-per-view in Orlando, Florida, with all of the major players showing up ahead of their big matches. Among the superstars appearing in the ring were AJ Styles, Shane McMahon, Alexa Bliss, Becky Lynch, Luke Harper and Bray Wyatt. Here's a look at the latest WWE "SmackDown" results for the March 28, 2017, show.

WWE 'SmackDown' match results

AJ Styles and Shane McMahon signed the contract for their singles match on Sunday.

Shane gave AJ his respect, but Styles told Shane he's stepping into his world Sunday and he's never faced a competitor of his caliber. GM Daniel Bryan suggested the two shake hands but Styles refused the idea and left the ring.

One of the big surprises of the night came during a women's tag team match. Women's champion Alexa Bliss teamed up with Carmella to take on Becky Lynch and Mickie James. Natalya watched from the guest commentary spot as all of the women involved in Sunday's title match were present. Once Carmella grabbed a surprise win, a brawl broke out. However, former women's champ Naomi made her big return to the WWE show and after clearing the ring announced she'll be competing in Sunday's title match too.

The Miz and Maryse arrived out to the ring to present a few more of their spoof episodes of "Total Bellas" to mock John Cena and Nikki's relationship. Eventually, Cena and Nikki hit the ring to confront them.

Cena talked about how he's left to film movies but so have other superstars including Randy Orton, Triple H, and even The Miz. He talked about how Miz only brought Maryse back to WWE so he could be on "Total Divas." Cena eventually tore off his shirt and dared Miz to hit him, but Miz and Maryse eventually backed up the ramp to retreat ahead of Sunday's match.

There was a 10-man tag team battle involving competitors for Sunday's Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal. On one side it was American Alpha, Heath Slater, Rhyno and Mojo Rawley. They took on The Usos, Breezeango and Dolph Ziggler. Eventually, everyone started to toss or knock other guys out of the ring until it came down to Mojo Rawley hitting his big clothesline on Tyler Breeze and pinning him for the win.

'SmackDown' main event

WWE World Heavyweight Champion Bray Wyatt fought in the main event, a non-title match against former Wyatt Family ally, Luke Harper. The two went back and forth throughout, with each getting near pinfalls. Towards the end Harper went for his big discus clothesline, but somehow Wyatt caught him in a trance and grabbed him to hit Sister Abigail for the win.

As Wyatt celebrated his win after the match, his music played on while he knelt in the ring with the title belt. Soon, he was interrupted by Randy Orton on the big screen. Orton was back standing at the "hallowed grounds" where Sister Abigail was buried. Orton had the crucifix item that Wyatt had put on him a week or so ago on "SmackDown" and used it to drive into the ground where Abigail was buried. With that, the screen flashed images of Orton, Wyatt, the championship belt, and finally a snake striking at the screen.

"SmackDown Live" ended abruptly after The Viper's latest deed against Wyatt.

That will lead into Sunday's huge pay-per-view where Orton challenges Wyatt for the WWE Championship. It should be interesting to see if Orton can capture the title for yet another reign, or if Wyatt leaves "Mania" still the champ.