The latest episode of WWE's "SmackDown Live" will take place on Tuesday, August 15th and features John Cena in action. "Mr. Hustle, Loyalty, Respect" will get a one-on-one battle against "The Modern Day Maharaja" ahead of WWE's "SummerSlam 2017" pay-per-view. While the championship won't be on the line, it will provide both of these superstars a chance to get ready for their respective matches at the big event in New York. Here are more details about the upcoming episode of "SmackDown" on Tuesday night.

Cena vs. Jinder

John Cena was unable to defeat Shinsuke Nakamura several weeks ago in a No.

1 contender's match to determine who would face Jinder Mahal at "SummerSlam." After losing to "The King of Strong Style," Cena found himself making a save as "Mr. Money in the Bank" Baron Corbin tried to attack Nakamura. That led to Cena hitting his finisher, the AA, on Corbin through a table outside the ring.

So it will be Cena vs. Corbin at Sunday's PPV, while the reigning WWE Champion Jinder Mahal defends his title against Nakamura. However, before they have those matches, John Cena and Jinder Mahal will go one-on-one in the ring on "SmackDown Live." The title isn't on the line, but a win by Cena could certainly put him in line for a future title shot. Will he be able to get the win, or will Corbin get involved?

Other matches?

There are no other matches currently scheduled but there's likely to be plenty in store for fans. With WWE's "SummerSlam" just days away there are several "SmackDown" matches on the card. Among them will be WWE "SmackDown" Women's Champion Naomi defending her title against Natalya. Also, The Usos try to win back the tag team titles from New Day, and Randy Orton takes on Rusev.

There's also the impending United States Championship match. WWE "SmackDown" Commissioner Shane McMahon is set to serve as the referee as Kevin Owens challenges AJ Styles for the title. Owens has won the title several times and has accused Shane of not being the fairest of referees. However, "Shane-O-Mac" has guaranteed he'll call it down the middle.

WWE's "SmackDown Live" is set to go on USA network at 8 p.m. Eastern Time Tuesday night. Fans can watch it live on USA via cable or satellite TV, or live streaming through the USA website or mobile apps. In addition, there's the SlingTV channel streaming service which offers a one-week free trial for fans to see USA as part of the channel lineup. More details are available at for how to sign up and use the service.