Along with presidential primaries, Georgia recently hosted the latest taping of WWE "SmackDown," set to air on Wednesday.

From Atlanta, Dean Ambrose opened the show to deliver a promo. After the last "Monday Night Raw," it was announced he will face WWE World Heavyweight Champion Triple H for the title at "WWE Roadblock," a WWE Network special planned for March 12. Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens interrupted him to speak about not yet having a "WrestleMania" opponent. Owens tried to attack Ambrose, but the latter fought back. A match between Owens and Ambrose was set for the show's main event.

In the first match of the show, The League of Nations defeated The Usos. After the match, The Dudley Boyz appeared to further attack The Usos. The Dudleys teased the use of a table but didn't follow through, inciting negative crowd reactions.

Next, Dolph Ziggler defeated The Miz with a roll-up pin.

The wrestling continued with Becky Lynch vs. Sasha Banks to determine the No. 1 contender for Charlotte's Divas Championship. A match had occurred at "Monday Night Raw," but both women secured a double pin, resulting in a draw conclusion. During the rematch, Charlotte appeared and would later interfere. Charlotte's attack reportedly caused a double disqualification, resulting in no No. 1 contender being named.

WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day were next in the ring. After cutting a promo about AJ Styles and Chris Jericho, it was time for a one-on-one match between Styles and Kofi Kingston. Styles won after hitting a springboard elbow.

Finally, it was time for the main event: Ambrose vs. Owens in a non-title match. Ambrose won the match, but Owens tried to fight back. Owens attacked Ambrose and tried to set up a table against him. Ambrose tried to elbow drop Owens through the table, but the table didn't break.

"SmackDown" airs weekly on the USA Network at 8 p.m. ET.