This paper investigates the impact of the multiple antenna and co-channel interference (CCI) on the outage performance of a dual-hop amplify-and-forward energy harvesting relaying network. The energy constrained relay is powered by radio frequency signals and employs the power splitting receiver architecture. To exploit the benefit of multiple antennas, two different linear processing schemes are investigated, namely, Maximum ratio combining/maximal ratio transmission (MRC/ MRT) and Minimum mean-square error/MRT (MMSE/MRT). For both schemes, a new closed-form outage lower bound and a simple high signal-to-noise ratio outage approximation are derived, respectively. Also, the achievable diversity order is quantified. In addition, we study the optimal power splitting ratio which minimizes the outage probability. Our results show that, by increasing the energy harvesting capability, the implementation of multiple antennas significantly improves the systems performance. Moreover, CCI could be potentially exploited to boost the performance, while how much performance gain can be obtained depends on the choice of the linear processing scheme.