The latest episode of WWE "SmackDown Live" arrived during the day on Tuesday from the O2 Arena in London, England. It featured the return of WWE World Champion Randy Orton to the show after being attacked by No. 1 contender Jinder Mahal and the Singh Brothers at "Payback." Also, a brand new match was set up involving the WWE "SmackDown" women's division. Here are the latest highlights and results of Tuesday's show.

New 'Payback' match?

During the first part of the show, Randy Orton came to the ring to cut a promo. That ended up being interrupted by multiple superstars each coming out to gripe with one another.

They included Jinder Mahal, Kevin Owens, AJ Styles, Sami Zayn, and Baron Corbin. Eventually, a brawl broke out leading to a six-man tag being booked for later on. During it all, Orton nearly hit a DDT on Jinder, but the Singh Brothers prevented it.

The women's division had the first match of the night as Becky Lynch took on the new heel ring leader, Natalya. It came down to Nattie picking up a surprise win in the match. A bit later backstage, Carmella, Natalya, and Tamina challenged the trio of Becky, Charlotte Flair and the women's champion Naomi to a six women's tag match at WWE "Backlash."

'SmackDown' matches

In another game, the team of Breezeango was on display as they took on The Ascension.

The new No. 1 contenders for the tag team titles picked up a pinfall win over Ascension, but then The Usos arrived out to put Breezeango on notice. They let them know to expect a beatdown in 12 days at "Backlash."

Also on the card, Erick Rowan and Luke Harper battled. At one point, Rowan tried to use his mask as some sort of weapon against Harper.

However, the referee yanked it away. With the ref distracted, Rowan poked Harper in the eye and then hit a slam move for the pin.

In the main event, the team of Jinder Mahal, Kevin Owens, and Baron Corbin prevailed over Randy Orton, AJ Styles, and Sami Zayn. It was a fast and furious type finish as everyone was hitting their finishers.

Orton hit the RKO on Kevin Owens, but Jinder snuck up behind "The Viper" and put him down for the pin with a Cobra Clutch Slam. That was the end of the show, making Jinder look strong as the No. 1 contender for Orton's title.

WWE "SmackDown Live" airs every Tuesday night live on the USA Network starting at 8 p.m. Eastern Time. Fans are certain to see the fallout from tonight's episode next week as the program continues its build to the "Backlash" PPV on Sunday, May 21st.