On Sunday night, the WWE superstars invade San Jose, California for the WWE "Payback" 2017 pay-per-view. This year's match card features several titles on the line including the WWE Raw Women's title, tag team titles, and the WWE Cruiserweight title. In addition, there's the anticipated "House of Horrors" match featuring Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt. Before all of those matches take place though, there will be the WWE "Payback Kickoff Show" with an exclusive free match and interview for fans to see ahead of the main pay-per-view. Here's the latest on the pre-show including what's in the lineup, as well as when and how to watch it live.

'Payback' pre-show lineup

The 2017 "Payback" pre-show will feature a special tag team match as well as an interview. There will be a special edition of "MizTV" hosted by "Raw" superstar The Miz and his wife Maryse. Their guest for the pre-show episode of his show will be none other than "The Demon" Finn Balor. Over the past several weeks, Balor has been working himself back into contention of the championships on the "Raw" roster, after returning from an injury that sidelined him for months after last year's "SummerSlam." One has to wonder what Balor will have to say while a guest on The Miz's latest episode. Will he have a particular superstar he goes after or will someone come after Finn?

Also on the pre-show, the tag team combination of Enzo Amore and Big Cass will be in the arena.

These two are currently out of the WWE "Raw" tag team title picture. However, a win here could help push them back towards that picture. They'll be taking on the former tag team champions Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson. Can Enzo and Cass reign supreme in San Jose, or will the former champs pick up a key win?

The "Kickoff Show" also features a panel consisting of Renee Young, WWE Hall of Famer Booker T, and others as they break down all of the upcoming matches for the main pay-per-view.

Viewers will see highlight footage, video packages, and backstage interviews ahead of the big event.

How to watch the pre-show

The WWE "Payback" 2017 pre-show is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. Eastern Time. As with previous, "Kickoff" shows presented by WWE ahead of the pay-per-views, this one will be featured free online through various WWE social media platforms including Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook.

It will also be featured live streaming through the WWE website or WWE Network online.

The pre-show is scheduled to run for an hour and will lead into this year's WWE "Payback" pay-per-view which gets started at 8 p.m. Eastern Time on Sunday night.