"WWE SmackDown" taped its final broadcast before this Sunday's "WWE Survivor Series" pay per view.

The show opened with the "MizTV" segment featuring the four semifinalists of the WWE World Heavyweight Championship tournament, Alberto Del Rio, Dean Ambrose, Kevin Owens and Roman Reigns. Intercontinental Champion Owens first appeared before United States Champion Del Rio interrupted. After exchanging words, Ambrose appeared, then Reigns. R-Truth showed up, but The Miz reminded him he's not part of the tournament. Before leaving, Truth wished Ambrose and Reigns luck in the tournament. Later, it's confirmed Ambrose and Reigns will compete in a tag-team match against Del Rio and Owens.

Miz's TV time, however, continues since he has the first match of the night against Cesaro. It was a short match with Cesaro applying the crossface for the win.

In six-man tag-team competition, The Dudley Boyz and Neville defeated Stardust and The Ascension.

Tyler Breeze and Summer Rae appear in the ring for the former's match against Zack Ryder. Breeze first cuts a promo about Dolph Ziggler, who appears at ringside for the match. With the Unprettier, Breeze defeated Ryder. Ziggler attacked Breeze with a superkick to end the segment.

The Wyatt Family was next to deliver an in-ring promo. From video, The Undertaker and Kane deliver their own promo to promote their "Survivor Series" match.

In a non-title match, WWE Divas Champion Charlotte defeated Brie Bella. Backstage, Renee Young interviews Paige, Charlotte's "Survivor Series" opponent.

WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day are next as Big E fights Kalisto. Big E wins and the champions attack Kalisto and Sin Cara. Ryback appeared for the save and helped Cara and Kalisto.

Backstage once again with Ambrose and Reigns talking about their respective "Survivor Series" matches and potentially fighting each other for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship during this Sunday's main event.

In the main event, Ambrose and Reigns won via disqualification when Del Rio tossed Reigns onto the steel steps. All four, including Owens, brawl until Ambrose and Reigns stand tall to end the show.

"WWE SmackDown" airs weekly on Thursday at 8 p.m. EST.