Tonight's episode of WWE "SmackDown Live" arrives from Glendale, Arizona with many members of the blue brand looking to make response statements, celebrate their achievements, or prepare for the next pay-per-view. That will be the "Hell in a Cell 2017" event, which is already promising to have several epic matches. Among them will be Shane McMahon vs. Kevin Owens inside the Hell in a Cell structure. What will be in store for these two stars and the other members of the "SmackDown Live" roster on Tuesday's show? Here's the latest episode preview.

Shane & Shinsuke responses?

Shinsuke Nakamura is currently booked to face Jinder Mahal for the WWE Championship at "Hell in a Cell." On last week's episode, "The Modern Day Maharaja" may have crossed the line with stereotypical and controversial remarks to mock Nakamura's ethnicity. On Tuesday night's new episode, it's expected that Shinsuke will issue some sort of response to the champion ahead of their match.

Shane McMahon may also be making a response of some sort. Over the past several weeks, there's been plenty of animosity between he and superstar Kevin Owens. Shane attacked Owens on one episode of "SmackDown," leading to the Commissioner's suspension. However, Mr. McMahon showed up to inform Kevin of a "Hell in the Cell Match" against Shane a week later, only to be attacked by Owens in the ring.

This brought an irate Shane back to "SmackDown" last week to put Owens on notice for their future match. Owens responded on the show, and one has to think there's more on the way from both stars.

Two big matches?

At least two matches appear to be booked or in the works for "SmackDown" so far. In one match, the "Perfect 10" Tye Dillinger goes up against "The Lone Wolf" Baron Corbin.

These two have been involved in the United States title picture for the past several weeks, along with AJ Styles. They've also attacked one another ahead of and during matches. Now they'll go one-on-one for the latest "SmackDown." Who will come out ahead in the U.S. title top contender picture and will there be a match set for "Hell in a Cell" PPV?

Also, a tag team match appears to be in the works as The Hype Bros are looking to make a name for themselves. The duo of Zack Ryder and Mojo Rawley has called out The Usos to prove they are among the top contenders for the tag team titles. Will The Usos respond, and if so which team gets the win?

In addition to all of this, "The Bulgarian Brute" Rusev is scheduled to hold a special celebration. WWE's website is calling this a "Pride of Bulgaria Celebration." The special ceremony will reportedly feature the WWE star being honored by his hometown of Plovdiv, Bulgaria. There's also a rumor that a key to the city will be handed over to Rusev. Will anyone show up to crash the party?

"SmackDown Live" airs at 8 p.m. Eastern Time on the USA network with a run time of approximately two hours.