Following speculation earlier in the week, WWE has now formally postponed the 30 December live event that was due to take place at Laval, Quebec's Place Bell.
Tickets for that show had previously been taken off sale, and now WWE commentators Kevin Raphael and Pat Laprade have both taken to Twitter to confirmed the event has been pushed back to 6 March 2022.
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.Advertisement— Kevin Raphael (@kevinraphael21) December 22, 2021
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
This news comes hot on the heels of WWE having likewise postponed a Raw taping, SmackDown taping and two Supershow events that were all due to take place in January. These shows have all been moved to take place this Fall/Autumn.
These changes have been driven by the heightened restrictions and regulations being put in place in certain areas due to the surge on the COVID-19 Omicron variant right now.
As it stands, the 29 December WWE live event at Toronto's Coca-Cola Coliseum is still scheduled to take place, although that could very well change over the coming days. With it emanating from her hometown, that show is due to be hosted by WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus.