On the upcoming episode of WWE's "SmackDown Live," three championships will be on the line. WWE announced on last week's episode that the WWE United States, "SmackDown Live" Women's, and Tag Team titles will all be up for grabs. Here are the latest details on who will be challenging for each of these championships and where things may be headed for all of these WWE champions.

U.S Championship match

During last week's episode of "SmackDown Live," the current WWE United States Champion AJ Styles spoke with Tye Dillinger. In a previous match, Dillinger tried to answer Styles' open championship challenge only to get attacked by Baron Corbin on his way to the ring.

Dillinger still fought Styles but had been attacked and ended up losing to Styles.

Dillinger lost in his match to Corbin during last week's show, but AJ Styles offered Dillinger another shot at the U.S. title due to Corbin cheap-shotting him. With that in mind, it's looking like Dillinger will get his opportunity, but don't be surprised if Corbin strikes again in this match. Rumors have suggested that Corbin and Styles have a feud on the way.

Women's Championship match

Natalya has been the WWE "SmackDown Live" Women's Champion ever since defeating Naomi. Now, the former champion will be getting her rematch opportunity on next week's show. Naomi has won the women's title twice during her time on the roster and is looking for her third reign.

However, "Ms. Money in the Bank" Carmella and her sidekick James Ellsworth seem to continue to roam around with that briefcase. In Carmella's match last week against the champion, she nearly had Natalya beat. Ellsworth tried to slide the briefcase into the ring for a cash in, but Carmella waved off the idea.

Will Naomi be able to capture the championship for a third time by defeating Natalya on "SmackDown" next Tuesday, or will Carmella spoil the party with a surprise cash in of that briefcase?

Tag team street fight?

In what could provide one of the more entertaining matches of the night, the WWE "SmackDown Live" tag team titles will also be on the line. The New Day is scheduled to defend their championship belts against former champions The Usos.

On last week's "SmackDown" episode, The Usos set the stipulation for their match and said it will be a Street Fight with the title belts on the line.

That means pretty much anything goes in this battle including weapons and fighting all around the ring, arena, and even outside of it.

The New Day will look to continue their latest reign as their team member Xavier Woods recovers from injury. Can Big E and Kofi Kingston successfully defend the titles or will Jimmy and Jey Uso regain the gold?