WWE cancels another live event in Canada


WWE has postponed another live event in Canada.

As previously reported, tickets for the December 30 live event at Place Bell in Laval, Quebec were no longer available, but the event was still on the schedule. In an update, WWE commentators Kevin Raphael and Pat Laprade have confirmed that the event will be postponed.

The new date for Lavel’s live event is Sunday March 6. Fans who purchased tickets for the December 30 show will be able to use them on March 6.

It comes after WWE postponed a RAW recording, a SmackDown recording and two Supershow live events in Canada earlier this month. As noted on this link, the shows were scheduled for late January, but will now take place next fall. These shows were to be WWE’s first televised recordings in Canada since the coronavirus pandemic began in early 2020.

The December 29 WWE live event in Toronto, Ontario at the Coca-Cola Coliseum is still ongoing, but that may also change due to restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 variant Omicron. WWE Hall of Fame Trish Stratus is expected to host this event in her hometown.

We noted earlier how several WWE wrestlers and crew members tested positive for COVID-19. It is likely that the spread of the Omicron variant will result in more schedule changes. You can click here for today’s report on recent COVID-19 positives in WWE.

Stay tuned for more. Here are Laprade and Raphael’s tweets:

WWE has confirmed to me that the Laval show will be postponed. All tickets from the date of December 30 will be honored at a new show.

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