WWE SmackDown video highlights: The stage is set for Tribal Combat

It will be Tribal Combat when Roman Reigns and Jey Uso face off at SummerSlam.

The two sat down on last night's SmackDown to determine the Rules of Engagement for their SummerSlam match. Reigns signed the contract for the bout, but Jey then ripped the contract up and said they didn't need it. Jey announced that it would be Tribal Combat at SummerSlam. Reigns asked if the Tribal elders knew about this. Jey told Reigns that it was the elders' idea.

Tribal Combat is an anything goes, winner-take-all match. Reigns' Undisputed WWE Universal Championship will be on the line, as will his position as Tribal Chief.

After Reigns and Jey made the stipulation official, Solo Sikoa tried to attack Jey and give him a Samoan spike. Reigns stopped Sikoa's attack, which led to Jey giving Sikoa a superkick. The show ended with Reigns and Sikoa having a staredown with Jey.

SummerSlam is taking place at Ford Field in Detroit on Saturday, August 5.

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A look back at Jey Uso's warpath from last week

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United States Championship Invitational fatal four-way match

Video package recaps Brock Lesnar attacking Cody Rhodes on Raw

Charlotte Flair vs. IYO SKY

Shawn Michaels appears, gives his approval for North American title match

Santos Escobar vs. Austin Theory

Dominik Mysterio vs. Butch for the NXT North American Championship

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SmackDown fallout: Rey Mysterio meets Dragon Lee

SmackDown fallout: Charlotte Flair always has the momentum

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