The show-closing angle of last night's SmackDown set the stage for a tag team match at the Elimination Chamber.
In last night's main event, Charlotte Flair defeated Naomi to retain the SmackDown Women's Championship. Sonya Deville then taunted Naomi after the match. Naomi started to beat down Deville but was attacked by Charlotte.
With it being two-on-one against Naomi, Ronda Rousey ran down to make the save. Rousey was going to put Deville in an armbar for the second straight week and injure her good arm, but Charlotte pulled Deville out of the ring.
Rousey & Naomi will face Charlotte & Deville at the Elimination Chamber in Saudi Arabia on Saturday, February 19.
The build to the Elimination Chamber also continued with Michael Cole interviewing Universal Champion Roman Reigns and Goldberg last night. The two will meet for a face-to-face segment on next Friday's SmackDown.
More coverage from last night --
- WWE SmackDown spoilers: New champion crowned
- WWE 205 Live results: Joe Gacy vs. Xyon Quinn
- Ronda Rousey set for tag team match at WWE Elimination Chamber
- Roman Reigns, Goldberg face-to-face set for next week's WWE SmackDown
- Stipulation added to Drew McIntyre vs. Madcap Moss at WWE Elimination Chamber
- WWE WrestleMania commercials reportedly airing during Super Bowl LVI
- WWE SmackDown live results: Women's title match, Goldberg appears
WWE SmackDown video highlights --
Vince McMahon denies Sonya Deville's request to suspend Ronda Rousey
Big E & Kofi Kingston vs. Los Lotharios
The Usos attack The Viking Raiders, Madcap Moss tries to get out of facing Drew McIntyre
Roman Reigns interview
Dungeon-style match: Aliyah vs. Natalya
The Rock honors his father Rocky Johnson as part of Black History Month
Shinsuke Nakamura and Rick Boogs appear on In-Zayn
Cesaro vs. Happy Corbin
Charlotte Flair vs. Naomi for the SmackDown Women's Championship
SmackDown fallout: Ronda Rousey doesn't like bullies