AJ Styles became the new number-one contender for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship on Monday night's post-WrestleMania 32 edition of Raw, defeating Chris Jericho, Kevin Owens, and the returning Cesaro in a Fatal 4 Way Match. It is currently unknown when Styles will face Roman Reigns for the title.
Cesaro made his return to WWE on Monday night's edition of Raw after being away from the ring since November due to a torn left rotator cuff. He took part in the show's main event, which was a Fatal 4 Way Match to determine the number-one contender for Roman Reigns' WWE World Heavyweight Championship. The match also featured Kevin Owens, Chris Jericho, and AJ Styles, who would go on to win the match. Cesaro replaced Sami Zayn in this match, who was attacked backstage by Owens.
As previously reported, The Wrestling Observer released a report citing AT&T Stadium officials that the actual attendance number for Sunday night's WWE WrestleMania 32 event was between 93,000 and 94,000 rather than the 101,763 that WWE advertised on the WWE Network. They also reported that despite this, WWE still broke their all-time WrestleMania attendance record, which was previously 93,173 that took place at 1987's WrestleMania 3 in Pontiac, Michigan at the Pontiac Silverdome.
The Wrestling Observer has released a further update stating that the "legitimate" attendance number for WrestleMania 32 was 97,769.