Just two weeks after possibly the best pay-per-view of the year, WWE arguably had its worst PPV in the last six months with WWE Battleground 2017. The “SmackDown Live” card failed to deliver with just four weeks remaining until SummerSlam.

The event wasn’t without surprises, as The Great Khali returned and AJ Styles lost the United States Championship. Below are WWE Battleground videos and results for every match, which included victories for Jinder Mahal, John Cena and Kevin Owens.

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WWE Champion Jinder Mahal vs. Randy Orton (Punjabi Prison Match)

Jinder defeated Orton at a third straight pay-per-view, and this time he got help from more than just the Singh Brothers. The Great Khali interfered in the match, making his first appearance on WWE TV in almost three years. The champ escaped from the prison as Khali held Orton by the throat, ending a match that the live crowd was never invested in. That should be the end of this feud as Jinder moves on to a new opponent for SummerSlam.

Winner: Jinder Mahal

John Cena vs. Rusev (Flag Match)

Following his win at Battleground, Jinder’s next feud could very well be with Cena. The match wasn’t any better than the ones that Cena and Rusev had during their storyline in 2015, and there’s no reason for them to face off again anytime soon. It came to a close when Cena turned Rusev’s Accolade attempt into an Attitude Adjustment, sending the Bulgarian Brute through two tables.

Winner: John Cena

SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos vs. The New Day

The PPV was largely uninteresting, but that didn't include the opening match. The Usos and The New Day delivered an exciting match that wasn’t equaled all night. Xavier Woods nearly leaped across the entire ring as he executed a tightrope elbow drop to give The New Day the SmackDown Tag Team Championships for the first time.

Winner: The New Day

Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Baron Corbin

Nakamura hasn’t exactly been the same wrestler in WWE that he was in Japan, and Sunday’s match was another example. With a much different pace than the tag team title match that preceded it, the match didn’t end with a pinfall or submission. Corbin was disqualified when he delivered a low blow to Nakamura, and it’s unknown where their feud goes from here.

Winner: Shinsuke Nakamura

United States Champion AJ Styles vs. Kevin Owens

The match came to an awkward conclusion when Owens rolled up Styles for the win and the now-former champ didn’t do much to try and escape the pin. It happened shortly after Owens had tossed Styles into the referee, momentarily rendering him unconscious. The spot didn’t seem to affect the finish, leaving questions regarding the title change and whether or not Owens and Styles will meet again at SummerSlam.

Winner: Kevin Owens

Charlotte Flair vs. Becky Lynch vs. Natalya vs. Tamina vs. Lana (Five-Way Elimination Match to determine Naomi's opponent at SummerSlam)

All four eliminations happened in short order. Becky forced both Tamina and Lana to tap out to the Dis-arm-her within seconds of each other, but that allowed Natalya to sneak in the ring and roll up the Lass Kicker. Charlotte appeared to be in a position to get the win, but Natalya won by blocking a moonsault with her knees and sending the four-time Raw Women’s Champion head-first into the turnbuckle. Natalya will get a PPV title shot in a singles match for the first time in over a year.

Winner: Natalya

Sami Zayn vs. Mike Kanellis

It might not be a great sign for Maria Kanellis and her husband that Mike was defeated in his first PPV match with WWE. Mike had previously beaten Zayn on “SmackDown Live” because of a distraction by Maria, but Zayn learned his lesson and ended things with a Helluva Kick.

Winner: Sami Zayn

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Tye Dillinger vs. Aiden English (Kickoff Match)

English can’t seem to buy a win on “SmackDown Live,” but he somehow managed to defeat Dillinger clean to get his first-ever singles victory on a PPV. With Dillinger having beaten English before Battleground, the two superstars could be in for a rubber match.

Winner: Aiden English