Saturday night provided the WWE superstars a chance to bid farewell to the longtime sports arena, Joe Louis in Detroit. It was the final house show for WWE in that particular venue as they will be awaiting their first show at the new Little Caesar's Arena in several weeks or months from now. However, it was a great send off last night as many of the top stars in the company were on hand for matches including John Cena, Rusev, Samoa Joe, Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, and WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar. "The Beast" put his title on the line just ahead of "SummerSlam 2017." Here's all of the latest from Detroit.

WWE match results

At last night's WWE house show in Detroit, a total of nine matches were on the card featuring mostly "SmackDown" stars, but a few "Raw" stars as well. Several championships were on the line. For example, AJ Styles retained is U.S. title against Kevin Owens, while New Day won a Triple Threat to retain their tag team titles. Competing in that three-team match were Breezango and The Usos.

The "SmackDown" Women's Champion Naomi teamed up with Becky Lynch and Charlotte. The trio were able to defeat Natalya, Tamina, and "Ms. Money in the Bank" Carmella. Also on the card, Sami Zayn was defeated by Baron Corbin, while Luke Harper got a win over his former Wyatt brother Erick Rowan.

In a big tag team match, Shinsuke Nakamura teamed with "The Viper" Randy Orton.

They defeated the team of Dolph Ziggler and WWE World Champion Jinder Mahal.

Two other big matches were on the card. In one of them, "Raw" superstars battled with WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar defeating Samoa Joe to retain his title.

That will be half of the competitors in the upcoming Fatal 4-Way at "SummerSlam 2017."

In the main event, it was John Cena taking on Rusev again. Cena was victorious in a Flag Match at WWE's "Battleground" and he picked up yet another win on Saturday over "The Bulgarian Brute," this time in a "Detroit Street Fight."

Huge PPV announced?

While last night may have been WWE's final appearance at Joe Louis Arena, it's far from their last time in Detroit.

In fact, they made a huge announcement during the farewell show at The Joe. That major news was that the WWE "Hell in a Cell 2017" pay-per-view is set to take place at the new Little Caesars Arena this October.

The Top Rope Press and other wrestling news sites have indicated that this will be a "SmackDown Live" exclusive pay-per-view. One has to wonder what superstars will be locked inside the "Hell in a Cell" structure. Will it be for the main championship, another title, or just a regular feud? October 8th can't come soon enough for WWE fans!