WWE RAW results, May 23, 2016: Live tracker

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WWE RAW results live tracker on Monday, May 23, 2016 from Baltimore, MD

Just one night removed from WWE Extreme Rules 2016, WWE RAW will take up shop at Royal Farms Arena on Monday, May 23, 2016 in Baltimore, MD as all of the fallout from the pay-per-view will begin to transpire. Considering all of the major turns that did happen at Extreme Rules, WWE RAW is going to be can’t-miss from start to finish.

Obviously the biggest thing that fans have on their minds is the return of Seth Rollins. After being out with a knee injury since November 2015, Rollins made a surprise run-in after Roman Reigns defeated AJ Styles in the main event and hit the champion with a Pedigree. Now we get to hear what Seth’s intentions are on WWE RAW and find out what’s next for the man who never actually lost the belt that Reigns currently holds.

Speaking of Styles, WWE RAW will also give fans answers as to what’s next up for both him and The Club. After two failed title shots, AJ is likely done going after the title for now. But he, Luke Gallows, and Karl Anderson still have plenty left that they could get done going forward and a bunch of chaos they could instigate.

Other things that fans have to keep an eye on come Monday night on WWE RAW in Baltimore will be what’s next for The New Day, any potential returns from guys like Randy Orton or Bray Wyatt prior to John Cena coming back next Monday, who will be coming after Charlotte and the Women’s Championship next, and even what’s up next for Dean Ambrose after his win over Chris Jericho.

What’s certain is that you won’t want to miss a second of the action on WWE RAW on May 23, 2016 and we’ve got you covered. You can keep up with the live WWE RAW results down below starting at 8 p.m. ET when the show goes on.

He’s Baaaaaaaacckkk!

Seth Rollins came out to start WWE RAW and was out to much adulation. However, he quickly turned those cheers to boos as he told the fans he didn’t care about them at all, did this all by himself, and would get the title back by himself.

That brought out Roman Reigns and Seth looked to be begging for him to get in the ring. When the champion got there, though, Rollins fled.

Before he could get anywhere, though, Shane McMahon came out to address the situation. And address it he did. Shane said that this was a huge feud that had been in the making for quite a while. He then announced that it would be Seth Rollins vs. Roman Reigns for the title at WWE Money In The Bank 2016.

Money In The Bank Qualifying Match: Sami Zayn vs Sheamus

As well you’d expect, these two men went right after one another and unleashed some fast and furious action almost immediately in the ring:

However, it looked like last year’s Money In The Bank winner in Sheamus was about to pick up the win when he stopped a Zayn dive to the outside. That’s when Sami shocked the Celtic Warrior with a Helluva Kick that was enough for the win.

Winner and First MITB Qualifier: Sami Zayn

A furious Sheamus went backstage and took out Apollo Crews, an entrant in a later qualifying match in the night.

New Day, Birthday

The New Day was out quickly to wish WWE RAW a happy birthday on their 1,200th episode, even bringing out a cake.

As they teased putting the cake into someone’s face, though, The Social Outcasts attacked them ahead of their match.

New Day vs Social Outcasts

This match was what you’d expect, even with Heath Slater, Curtis Axel, and Bo Dallas attacking prematurely. The tag champs owned them and won quickly.

Winners: The New Day

After the match, New Day finally put the cake into someone’s face as they gave Slater a treat.

Money In The Bank Qualifying Match: The Miz vs Cesaro

This match was quite good between these two men with Cesaro dominating with his power and The Miz using his nefarious means to stay afloat. However, it was ultimately Cesaro that caught the Intercontinental Championship and was able to hit the Neutralizer for the win.

Winner and Money In The Bank Entrant: Cesaro

Next up was Seth Rollins backstage where he ran into Stephanie McMahon who told him that their business relationship had changed and then shook his hand.

Money In The Bank Qualifying Match: Chris Jericho vs Apollo Crews

After Sheamus had attacked Crews earlier in the night, he was clearly still nursing his injuries in this match. Though he got some of his offense in, it was ultimately Jericho staying in control. That ultimately allowed him to hit the Codebreaker on Crews.

That was enough to give Y2J the big win.

Winner and Money In The Bank Entrant: Chris Jericho


Enzo Amore is back from his concussion, and YOU CAN’T TEACH THAT!

Big Cass vs Bubba Ray Dudley

You had to see a pretty quick showcase for Cass coming after what we saw at Extreme Rules and that’s what we got.

Winner: Big Cass

Charlotte Denounces Ric Flair

Man, this was uncomfortable and great all at once. Charlotte was out to talk about her win at Extreme Rules and that led to her absolutely running down her dad and telling him that he was never there and that she doesn’t need him anymore.

Charlotte is really coming into her own as a heel.

Money In The Bank Qualifying Match: Dean Ambrose vs Dolph Ziggler

In a totally not shocking development, Dean Ambrose and Dolph Ziggler were able to put on a fun match with one another. In the end, though, Ambrose found a window and was able to hit Dirty Deeds.

Dirty Deeds put Dolph down for three and gave Dean the big win.

Winner and Money In The Bank Entrant: Dean Ambrose

The Club Breaks Up

Prior to his match against Kevin Owens, AJ Styles was out and talked about his match vs Roman Reigns at Extreme Rules, saying that if The Club and The Usos hadn’t got involved, he might be champ. This brought out Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson, though.

Gallows and Anderson lamented that their friend had changed and AJ said that the group needed to separate professionally. Hurt, The Club responded by saying that they weren’t even friends.

Money In The bank Qualifying Match: AJ Styles vs Kevin Owens

After the drama between AJ and The Club, you had to wonder if something big was coming between the two parties. Instead what ensued was a back-and-forth affair between Styles and Kevin Owens. However, KO finally caught AJ with a Pop-Up Powerbomb to get the win.

Winner and Money In The Bank Entrant: Kevin Owens

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