The episode of “SmackDown Live” after WrestleMania 33 didn’t receive as much hype as “Monday Night Raw,” but the show delivered in a similar fashion. Two wrestlers made their WWE debuts Tuesday night, joining the main roster for the first time.

The biggest moment of the night came when Shinsuke Nakamura made his entrance, appearing on a WWE TV show for the first time since signing with the company over a year ago. NXT’s Tye Dillinger also debuted on “SmackDown Live.”

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It was time for Nakamura to join the main roster, having spent exactly a year in NXT. He made his NXT debut with a match against Sami Zayn on WrestleMania 32 weekend, and his run with WWE’s developmental promotion ended Saturday night when he lost the NXT Championship Match to Bobby Roode.

Nakamura didn’t wrestle or speak a word on TV Tuesday. His music interrupted The Miz and Maryse, who had been cutting a promo on John Cena and Nikki Bella. Nakamura didn’t interact with The Miz after he entered the ring, but it’s possible that the two-time NXT Champion could have his first feud with the former WWE Champion.

All Nakamura did on TV was make his entrance, which might be the most theatrical in WWE, but he wrestled Dolph Ziggler in a dark match after “SmackDown Live” went off the air.

Nakamura won the NXT Championship on SummerSlam weekend against Samoa Joe, and he had two runs with the belt that totaled 147 days. Nakamura was one of the biggest wrestlers in the world before signing with WWE, having won New Japan Pro-Wrestling’s IWGP Heavyweight Championship three times.

Dillinger didn’t have as much success as Nakamura in his NXT career, having never held a title. But he had appeared on WWE pay-per-view before Tuesday, doing so when he was the 10th entrant in the 2017 Royal Rumble.

Unlike Nakamura, Dillinger did have a televised match in his debut. He defeated Curt Hawkins in short order.

The previous night, two-time NXT Champions The Revival made their WWE debuts on “Monday Night Raw.”

It’s possible that Nakamura or Dillinger could be headed to “Monday Night Raw” as early as next week. WWE has announced a “roster shakeup” for both shows, though it’s unknown how many superstars will be changing brands.