The latest WWE "SmackDown Live" moved the blue brand towards the upcoming WWE "SummerSlam 2017" pay-per-view with a variety of matches and segments. Among them, John Cena and Baron Corbin were booked for a match at the start of the show thanks to WWE "SmackDown" GM Daniel Bryan. Also, Randy Orton took on "The Modern Day Maharaja" Jinder Mahal once again. Here are all of the latest results for the August 8, 2017, episode of "SmackDown Live" from the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.

Match results

The Usos defeated Tye Dillinger and Sami Zayn by submission.

After they won, they cut a promo about regaining the tag team championship belts at "SummerSlam." New Day's Big E came out on stage to respond, and the distraction allowed Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston to attack Jimmy and Jey in the ring.

They had a backstage segment with Tyler Breeze talking to The Ascension about his dream from last week. They didn't seem to care and grabbed a cherry pie off the catering table to walk off with. Breeze started at the bulletin board on the wall and pondered about where Fandango was. Fandango walked up behind him in the office. Breeze asked where he's been and he said aliens. He said he could've left at any time but didn't, because of anal probes. He said he meant wardrobes.

Fandango said the aliens also gave him a new power - clairvoyance, and that the next person who walks into the room is the one who destroyed the stuffed horse. Arn Anderson walked in. Breeze asked him about the horse, and Arn admitted to it because he was the main hoss of the horsemen. After Arn walked off, Breeze and Fandango said their case is just beginning.

Charlotte Flair defeated Lana via submission. The match lasted just over two minutes with Charlotte getting the Figure Eight locked on Lana to make her tap out.

There was an in-ring promo involving Shane McMahon, Kevin Owens, and United States Champion AJ Styles. Owens accused Shane of having a history of screwing over wrestlers in matches, including Stone Cold Steve Austin in 1998.

He also brought up how AJ beat up Shane months ago before they fought at WrestleMania. AJ said that was the past and history. Shane said he plans to call their "SummerSlam" match down the middle. Eventually, Owens took a cheap shot at Shane. AJ got involved, and Owens pushed Shane into the way of AJ's Pele Kick.

Carmella defeated Naomi via pinfall in a non-title match. During the bout, James Ellsworth made his return from suspension and caused Naomi to slip. That allowed Carmella to connect on a Superkick and then cover Naomi for the victory.

Main event match

In the latest "SmackDown Live" main event, "The Viper" Randy Orton was looking for retribution against Jinder Mahal. The two have a history all the way back to WWE "Payback" when Jinder attacked Orton.

Ultimately, "The Modern Day Maharaja" defeated Orton for the WWE Championship which he now holds heading into "SummerSlam 2017."

On Tuesday's show, the two would battle it out, but the title would not be up for grabs this time. The match would go past 12 minutes in length. Towards the end, Mahal had a near fall after connecting on a high knee. He went for a Cobra Clutch Slam, but Orton avoided that and hit his hanging DDT. He went for the RKO, but Jinder avoided it and rolled up Orton for another near fall. Mahal hit a side kick and went for the Cobra Clutch finisher again. However, "The Viper" struck with an RKO this time and got the pinfall win.

As Orton celebrated and backed up the ramp, he was attacked by Rusev.

"The Bulgarian Brute" came out on stage and delivered a superkick from behind to drop Orton as "SmackDown Live" went off the air.

With that, the latest "SmackDown Live" has built up a bit more towards next Sunday's "SummerSlam" PPV with the newest match announced between John Cena and Baron Corbin. Will there be any titles changing hands on the blue brand?