On Tuesday, April 4th, the stars of the "SmackDown Live" roster will be back in action, just two nights after an explosive "WrestleMania 33" pay-per-view in Orlando, Florida. There were several big stories coming out of the event including the emergence of two new champions on the "SmackDown" roster. In the women's division, Naomi was able to win the WWE SmackDown Women's title in a Sixpack challenge.

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Also, "The Viper" Randy Orton captured the WWE World Heavyweight title from his nemesis Bray Wyatt. In addition, Shane McMahon and AJ Styles put on an epic match to kick off the show.

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The commissioner of the show, Shane McMahon, and his latest rival, AJ Styles, put on an entertaining and exciting match to kick off the "WrestleMania 33" PPV. Shane delivered some high-intensity spots including jumps across the ring, through tables and using trash cans.

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Ultimately, the wrestling skills of Styles bested him in this match as he got the win. However, both competitors seemed to have earned each other's respect after the tough battle. What will be next for Styles after his latest win on "the grandest stage of them all?"

Also at Mania, Mojo Rawley was able to win the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal thanks to a bit of help from NFL star Rob Gronkowski.

With that, Rawley has become the fourth-ever winner of the annual event, earning the big trophy that Big Show, Cesaro, and Baron Corbin have all won. Will Mojo now be a part of a title picture with the win?

In the women's division, Alexa Bliss, Naomi, Natalya, Mickie James, Carmella and Becky Lynch competed for Alexa's WWE Women's title. In the end, Naomi managed to clear the ring and dive out onto all of her opponents before bringing Alexa back in the ring.

With a submission hold, she ultimately made Alexa tap out, giving Naomi the title. Will Alexa demand her rematch on tonight's show?

Speaking of champions and rematches, Bray Wyatt may also be in search of a chance to reclaim his title belt. On Sunday, Randy Orton survived a slew of mind games, including projections of worms, maggots, cockroaches and more on the ring. However, he managed to surprise Wyatt in the end with an RKO out of nowhere.

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With that, Orton now holds the World Heavyweight title again. Will Wyatt receive a rematch on tonight's "SmackDown" or at a later date? Fans should found out this and more on the latest show.

How to watch it live

"SmackDown Live" airs Tuesday nights beginning at 8 p.m. Eastern Time, or 5 p.m. Pacific Time. The show can be seen live on television on the USA Network. Cable and satellite subscribers who have USA as part of their channel lineup may also be able to log into the USA website or any compatible mobile apps to see "SmackDown" live streaming tonight.

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There's also a free option to watch "SmackDown" live streaming online. Fans can sign up for a one-week free trial of SlingTV which includes the USA channel on the Sling Blue channel package. The free week would also allow fans to check out WWE's "Monday Night Raw" when it airs next Monday on USA. See more details at the Sling.com website for how to enjoy a free trial of the channel streaming service.

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