Everything about SmackDown Live changed Sunday night at TLC, where the SmackDown Women's Championship changed hands, the Wyatt Family took over the tag team division, and James Ellsworth played a major part in the main event by turning on Dean Ambrose.
Here are the full results from TLC.
The Hype Bros, American Alpha and Apollo Crews defeated The Vaudevillains, Curt Hawkins and The Ascension
Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt defeated Heath Slater and Rhyno to win the SmackDown Tag Team Championship
Luke Harper saved Randy Orton from a Gore by pushing him out of the way outside the ring, and when Rhyno re-entered the ring he was distracted by Wyatt - setting up an RKO from outta nowhere.
Nikki Bella defeated Carmella
Nikki Bella took out Carmella with what might have been the longest fire extinguisher attack in WWE history.
The Miz defeated Dolph Ziggler to retain his WWE Intercontinental Championship
The Miz didn’t need any help from Maryse to keep his Intercontinental Championship, but he did hit Ziggler with two low blows at the top of a ladder at the end of a brutal and excellent match. The Miz’s Figure Four with Ziggler’s leg wrapped around a ladder was epic.
Baron Corbin defeated Kalisto
Baron Corbin crushed a jumping Kalisto with a chair to the face, then hit the End of Days onto a pile of chairs in the center of the ring.
Alexa Bliss defeated Becky Lynch to win the SmackDown Women’s Champion
In what was a surprising end to a closely fought tables match, Alexa Bliss caused Becky Lynch to lose her balance on the apron and quickly got in position to deliver a powerbomb through a table outside the ring to become the SmackDown Women’s Champion for the first time in her career.
AJ Styles defeated Dean Ambrose to retain the WWE World Championship
Dean Ambrose had AJ Styles beaten and was a few feet away from unstrapping the World Championship and winning the title - but the unthinkable happened.
James Ellsworth, who made an appearance in a neck brace just as Styles was in position to win and allowed Ambrose to get back in the match, tipped over Ambrose's ladder, sending him flying out of the ring and through two tables that were set up. Styles, who also had an unfortunate wardrobe malfunction during the match, took the opportunity to scale the ladder while Ambrose was knocked out.
Ellsworth crashed Talking Smack after the show and explained that he turned on Ambrose because he still had a guaranteed title shot, and he's 3-0 against Styles on SmackDown. Shane McMahon set Ellsworth's world title match for this Tuesday on SmackDown.