Seth Rollins is still the WWE World Heavyweight Championship following "WWE Elimination Chamber" on Sunday, but the night ended with Dean Ambrose taking the title, and Triple H is not pleased.

Live from Shawn Michaels' territory of San Antonio, Texas, "Monday Night Raw" continues, as the "WWE Money in the Bank" pay-per-view event is less than two weeks away.

Ambrose won Sunday's "Elimination Chamber" main event by disqualification, which made Rollins maintain the title. Ambrose, however, with the help of Roman Reigns, left Corpus Christi with the title. Triple H gave Ambrose a deadline to return the championship. The deadline is the start of "Raw," which could mean the show will open with another promo.

Following an impressive match between United States Champion John Cena and NXT Champion Kevin Owens, it has been confirmed the two superstars will have a rematch at "Money in the Bank." Owens defeated Cena on Sunday night after a second pop-up powerbomb. Owens appears to be a permanent fixture on the main roster despite holding the NXT Championship, but then again, it will boost and further highlight the NXT brand on the WWE Network.

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The Intercontinental Championship is now in the hands of Ryback. He won his first singles title on Sunday night by defeating Sheamus in the Elimination Chamber match as former champion Daniel Bryan watched by ringside. Ahead of the Intercontinental Championship match, it was revealed Rusev suffered a foot injury and could not compete in the match. With Rusev temporarily out of the picture, the development of Lana will be a topic to follow as well as her intentions with Dolph Ziggler.

With the "WWE Money in the Bank" pay-per-view event less than two weeks away, names for the actual Money in the Bank contract ladder match will be revealed. On Sunday night, it was confirmed Randy Orton, Kofi Kingston, Sheamus, Neville, Reigns and Ziggler are the first confirmed participants in the match, but more names will be revealed ahead of the June 14 show.

The developments in the Divas and tag team division will be spotlighted as Nikki Bella and The New Day won their respective matches on Sunday night.

"Monday Night Raw" airs on the USA Network at 8 p.m. EST. The "Raw Pre-Show" starts at 7:30 p.m. on the WWE Network.

Following "Raw," "Stone Cold" Steve Austin returns for the latest podcast featuring Paul Heyman. The show will air exclusively on the WWE Network.



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