WWE was slated to hold a live event on December 30th from Place Bell in Laval, Quebec, Canada, but that has been canceled.
Tickets were pulled for the event earlier this week yet still listed on the arena’s website. That has changed as WWE commentators Kevin Raphael and Pat Laprade have confirmed that the event will be postponed and moved to March 6th. Fans who bought tickets will be able to use them on this new date.
Just got the confirmation, the WWE Laval house show is postponed to Sunday, March 6, 2022, still at the Bell Place. @iamjohnpollock @davemeltzerWON @SeanRossSapp @gregmep @MikePWInsider @thewadekeller
— Pat Laprade (@PatLaprade) December 22, 2021
The WWE has confirmed to me that the show in Laval will be postponed. All tickets from the December 30th date will be honored at a new show.
— Kevin Raphael (@kevinraphael21) December 22, 2021
The company was set to do a loop starting on Friday, January 21st for a SmackDown event in Winnipeg then hold house shows Saturday and Sunday nights in Regina and Saskatoon before wrapping up on Monday, January 24th in Edmonton for Raw, but that tour was canceled. This upcoming tour was set to be WWE’s first TV tapings in Canada since the coronavirus pandemic started.
As it stands right now, the December 29 WWE live event in Toronto, Ontario at the Coca-Cola Coliseum is still on, but it could be canceled as well. At this show, WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus is scheduled to serve as the host in her hometown.
Per Kevin Michie of Sportsnet regarding current status of WWE live event in Toronto next week. https://t.co/GMYdveNsOv
— John Pollock (@iamjohnpollock) December 22, 2021
As previously reported, there are several WWE talent and staff who have tested positive for the virus.