The latest WWE "SmackDown Live" show took place at Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. The "blue brand" is currently making their push towards the big "Money in the Bank" 2017 pay-per-view, and Tuesday's show continued with more storylines playing into that buildup. That included a women's Fatal 5-way to determine a new No. 1 contender, as well as several of the MITB ladder match competitors in action. A popular tag team also made their WWE "SmackDown" debut in the latest results for May 30th.

'SmackDown' match results

The opening segment was Kevin Owens hosting Chris Jericho's "Highlight Reel." He brought out Shinsuke Nakamura and tried to warn him about getting in the ring at MITB.

Nakamura tried to respond but Baron Corbin came out and had highlight clips showing what he did to Sami Zayn last week. Nakamura finally responded to both men and they tried to attack him. Sami Zayn made a save which led to a Tag Team Match.

The opening tag team match saw Shinsuke and Sami get the win. Late in the bout, Sami was able to throw a charging Owens into Corbin. That caused Owens to shove Corbin and "The Lone Wolf" to punch back. Sami took Corbin out over the top rope with a clothesline and then Nakamura did the Kinshasha to pin Owens.

The Usos were in the ring to brag about how American Alpha and Breezeango were unable to defeat them for the tag titles. They drew some heat for comparing it to how Atlanta fans thought they would beat the Patriots too.

New Day made their "Smackdown Live" debut and the two teams talked some trash back and forth. Ultimately, New Day informed The Usos that Shane Mcmahon booked them in a tag team title match for "Money in the Bank."

There was a big Fatal 5-Way between Charlotte, Tamina, Natalya, Carmella and Becky Lynch to try to determine a new No.

1 contender to face Naomi for the WWE "SmackDown" women's title. The bell never rang as all of the women's superstars brawled on the outside.

Shane McMahon came down to the ring and was hyped up over how fiercely the women were competing tonight. He said it makes sense to have the first-ever Women's Money in the Bank ladder match at the PPV involving these five women's superstars.

Breezango was able to gain a victory in tag team action against The Colons. At one point, Tyler Breeze appeared from underneath the ring disguised in his janitor costume. He got a hot tag into the match and took on Primo. Moments later, Fandango and Primo had a spot where they did a tug-o-war with the janitor mop. Eventually, Breeze hit his finisher Unprettier on Primo for the win.

Orton & main event

Randy Orton came to the ring and talked about his wrestling resume including beating some of the best in the business. He named off Mick Foley, Shawn Michaels, and The Undertaker. Orton talked about how his father was in the first "WrestleMania" and his grandfather would be mad he lost the WWE title to a guy like Jinder Mahal.

Orton said in his hometown of St. Louis he'll take back that title from Mahal at "Money in the Bank."

Jinder Mahal came on the big screen and said Orton is like all the ignorant Americans talking about the greatness of a past era. He said his country is in decay and Orton is a symbol of the past, living on the coat tails of what once was. Mahal called himself the "present and the future" and "The Modern-day Maharaja!" The Singh Brothers clapped for Mahal as he gave his angry face. Orton went back to posing in the ring and tried to get the fans riled up in his favor.

In the main event, it was two more of the MITB ladder match competitors. "The Showoff" Dolph Ziggler battled "The Phenomenal" AJ Styles. Late in the match, Ziggler was able to rake Styles' face before he could hit the Calf Crusher. Styles tried to come back and went for the Phenomenal Forearm, but Ziggler knocked him off balance and then delivered a Superkick to get a surprising pinfall on Styles in Atlanta.