The state of Florida got another great night of professional Wrestling as WWE "SmackDown Live" took place at the Amway Center in Orlando on Tuesday night. Following the exciting "WrestleMania 33" PPV results, the new champions Randy Orton and Naomi were in the house, as were some of the other competitors from "Mania." The latest "SmackDown" episode also featured a superstar making his return and a few NXT stars making big debuts on the main roster. Here's a look at what went down on Tuesday night's episode of "SmackDown Live."

WWE match results

Alexa Bliss got her quick rematch for the WWE SmackDown Women's title she lost at "Mania" to Naomi.

Unfortunately, the new champ still has her number and once again made Alexa tap out to the submission hold that beat her several days ago.

Curt Hawkins was in the ring for action and demanded a superstar from the back come out and face him. Ironically he gave them until "the count of 10" to get to the ring. None other than the "Perfect 10" Tye Dillinger arrived to make his debut on "SmackDown." Dillinger was able to get the debut win after hitting the Tye Breaker finisher for the pinfall.

Later in the evening, The Miz and Maryse came out to John Cena's theme music and were dressed as Cena and Nikki Bella. The duo mocked the couple in the ring and finished by saying they were leaving WWE for a "very long time" to go to Hollywood.

After saying "Goodbye," a man arrived out to the ramp playing the violin and fans went wild as they knew what was coming next. Eventually, former NXT Champion Shinsuke Nakamura made his entrance to debut on the main roster. Nakamura didn't speak but did his trademark poses in the ring, announcing his big arrival.

Dean Ambrose and Baron Corbin battled in a Street Fight.

The Intercontinental title wasn't up for grabs in this match requested by Corbin. Although Ambrose hit big moves outside the ring on the announce table, in the crowd, and through a table with Corbin, it was ultimately "The Lone Wolf" coming up with the pinfall win after End of Days in the ring.

Shane McMahon came out to address the "SmackDown" crowd after his big match against AJ Styles at "WrestleMania." Shane talked up how tough it had been and then started to talk about the superstar shake up his dad referenced on "Raw" last night.

Styles came out to interrupt, saying he doesn't want to leave the roster that he helped build. Before leaving the ring, Styles offered a handshake to Shane which Shane-O-Mac accepted after their brutal match this past Sunday.

Main event match

Earlier in the night, the brand new WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton came out to address the crowd. He talked about how he finally defeated Wyatt and is now his master. Wyatt appeared on the big screen to shrug off the suggestions saying he was still going to claim what's his. He challenged Orton to a rematch in a "House of Horrors" match which has yet to be defined.

Wyatt also appeared in the ring after the promo and attacked Orton. When Randy got the upper hand, he was surprised as Erick Rowan showed up in his big return to help out Bray.

The two tried to double-team "The Viper" but Luke Harper arrived to the rescue. That set up a big tag team match involving the four men.

Later in the night, Orton and Harper teamed up to take on Bray and Rowan. When Orton finally had the upper hand, the Wyatt sound effects hit and the lights went out in the arena. When the lights returned, Bray was seated up on the ramp. Erick Rowan appeared behind Orton and grabbed him in a full nelson. Orton slipped out of it and Harper delivered a superkick. A stunned Rowan staggered forward and was hit by Orton's RKO for the pinfall. Bray Wyatt laughed off the ending on the ramp knowing he has a "House of Horrors" match waiting for Orton later.