On Tuesday night the WWE Universe will watch the latest installment of WWE's "SmackDown Live." The new episode will take place in "Sin City" as Las Vegas, Nevada plays host site for the "blue brand." It will be a huge show as well with three championships being defended. In addition to that, the boss himself, Vincent Kennedy McMahon will return to the scene. Here's the latest "SmackDown Live" spoilers preview for fans ahead of Tuesday night's show.

Three title matches

Three of the roster's championships are on the line for Tuesday night's show. In one match, WWE United States Champion AJ Styles will give Tye Dillinger another shot in his open challenge.

Dillinger answered the challenge once before and was beat down by Baron Corbin on the way to the ring. He would end up losing his title match but Styles offered him another shot. Can Dillinger make history and take the title from Styles?

Also, the WWE "SmackDown Live" Women's title will be defended. Current champion Natalya will put the title on the line as Naomi gets her rematch. Can the former champ recapture the belt to help fans "feel the glow" again? Will "Ms. Money in the Bank" Carmella and James Ellsworth try to cash in the briefcase tonight?

In the third title match, The New Day will defend their tag team titles in a rematch against former champions The Usos. Jimmy and Jey made it known backstage last week that the stipulation for this match will be that it's a "Street Fight." Pretty much anything goes in these battles.

Will New Day leave with the titles or will The Usos reclaim the belts?

While Jinder Mahal won't be defending the WWE Championship, one has to wonder if No. 1 contender Shinsuke Nakamura will cross paths with "The Modern Day Maharaja" tonight.

Mr. McMahon's arrival

In another major story heading into tonight's show, the boss Vincent K.

McMahon will be returning to "SmackDown Live." It's been quite a while since WWE fans have seen Mr. McMahon arrive on the main shows. This time around, he will address the actions of his son Shane McMahon from last week against superstar Kevin Owens.

Shane lost it on Kevin Owens during their in-ring segment last week. During that bit, Shane told Owens he could not work as a special guest referee for a match involving Carmella and Natalya.

Owens made insulting comments towards Shane and brought up his children. After those remarks, Shane attacked Owens, with the action spilling to the outside. Eventually, Shane tossed Owens over the announcers' table. Referees and WWE "SmackDown" GM Daniel Bryan had to come out to restrain Shane-O-Mac.

After the incident happened, Kevin Owens threatened criminal charges and a law suit against WWE. Daniel Bryan suspended Shane later in the show for an indefinite amount of time. Tonight, Mr. McMahon will speak to Kevin Owens about what went down last week. Will Vince be able to smooth things over for one of his WWE superstars or will Owens continue to demand justice in his favor?