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This Tuesday's Smackdown Live came from Green Bay, Wisconsin - and it was the final stop before Sunday's Fastlane pay-per-view. 

The main event was almost a dry run of the WWE Championship match that will top the bill in four days time. 

It was a fatal five-way between AJ Styles, Dolph Ziggler, Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens and Baron Corbin. The only person missing was John Cena. 

Of course, Styles didn't put his title on the line - but that didn't mean there wasn't any drama in the match. 

Zayn hit the Helluva Kick on Owens to take a crucial win into Fastlane, shocking the crowd and throwing their partnership into question.

But it wasn't just drama that Smackdown Live viewers were treated to last night. There was a moment of pure comedy - but it was one completely unscripted.

In fact, it didn't even come from a wrestler. Instead, it came from a WWE cameraman outside the Resch Center in Green Bay. 

Unsurprisingly, it was snowing in Wisconsin. On every televised show, there's usually a shot from outside the venue as the commentators talk up the town Smackdown or Raw is airing from. 

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But this time, their regular shot had a special guest. The footage showed one of their cameramen going up to admire a statue of Bart Starr, before slipping over in the deep snow.

The commentators couldn't help but laugh, along with everyone else watching at home. 

Check it out below. 

The internet erupted as the WWE Universe reacted to the hilarious moment - and many were left wanting more of the man that embarrassed himself on live TV. 

Well, those fans got what they were asking for as WWE tracked down Jim Grogan and got him back in front of the camera for an exclusive interview about the moment. 

Grogan explains that it's his responsibility to shoot the outside shots we see on TV - and it's fair to say he didn't sound very amused throughout the interview.   

The fact he doesn't seem so amused is quite understandable, especially considering he'd just fallen flat in front of millions of people. 

But fair play to him for actually responding to the incident - it's one that's probably going to be remembered by fans for a long time. 

Topics:
SmackDown
AJ Styles
John Cena
WWE
WWE Smackdown
Daniel Bryan

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