Discussion in 'Wrestling' started by M.C.G. 31, May 19, 2016.
Is August 6 really a PPV date? I thought it was the week before.
It's not. The PPVs are:
9th July - Raw, Bad Blood
23rd July - Smackdown, Battleground
20th August - Both, Summerslam
Haha... Can't believe you took me serious.
We can't even sell out house shows let alone Smackdown. No way Ottawa ever gets a PPV.
Nobody sells out house shows.
(Except when they do the European tours )
Big reason why WWE puts the UK ahead of Canada.
at this point if its smackdowns roster in montreal i might make it again.
got the chance to finally see Balor, Joe, Baeley, Sasha for the first time live, last month.... worth the ticket.
Nakamura alone should do it for me this time.
if you keep scrolling theyre supposed to come again in december (montreal). pretty funny they dont wanna give us a live show when we almost sell out a huge Bell Centre every time they bring their house shows. (of course KO vs Zayn sells well over here)
Last Smackdown in November was full to the top of the 2nd bowl. 3rd bowl was black curtain
I agree. I've been to a couple house shows at Bell centre and it definitely should get a ppv show. Great crowds
April 30th RAW and May 1st Smackdown @ Bell Centre
first time ever montreal host both shows at same time.
((April 28th we get british strong style at IWS))
Was this just announced? A bit late in the game.
Maybe it happened with the PPV changes the other week? I know they dropped some shows, but I don't know if they made any changes other than that.
what are you asking? yes, those two montreal shows just got announced this morning.
mod just needs to change the thread title back to Canada and not toronto.
None of the PPV’s were scheduled for Canada though. With the Habs out of the playoffs, Bell Centre probably cut a deal to fill the dates.
Curious to see when WWE returns to Edmonton. Rogers Place was supposed to host its first WWE event (a houseshow) at the beginning of February, but in December the city put a one-year ban on all combat sports due to the death of Tim Hague after a boxing match last summer. Professional wrestling was removed from the ban list in January when the city finally realized it's not a combat sport. By that point the event had already been postponed and moved to Saskatchewan.
Montreal (dark matches i guess):
First Monday Night RAW returns to the Bell Centre for the first time in 3 Years with Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, & Braun Strowman vs. The Miz, Sheamus & Cesaro
Then the very next night Smackdown makes its return to Montreal for the first time in 13 years! See AJ Styles vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Kevin Owens vs. Montreal’s own Sami Zayn for the WWE title.
I noticed this when I skimmed the Observer earlier. Someone had mentioned that there were house shows the same week as the Saudi Arabia show, but I can't find where that was to reply directly.
The Smackdown shows in April in Halifax and St. John have been moved to August.
That Smackdown main event sounds like fun.
Montreal new dark matches after shakeup:
AJ vs Nakamura
Carmella vs Charlotte
RAW: same **** despite the trades
Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, & Braun Strowman vs. The Miz, Sheamus & Cesaro
Ronda confirmed for the show.
RAW is the full arena almost sold-out... its gonna be loud.
smackdown is tarped and many (bad) tickets left
Bought front row seats to the event in Ottawa.
Watch - I don’t get tickets so watch this Smackdown be the one where Almas and SAnitY make their debut.
If they do, I think you for your sacrifice.
I’m kinda surprised we didn’t see Sanity or Almas in the GRR.
Guess that’s a good sign. Both will get big pushes and didn’t want to cheapen their debuts in a 50 man match
I have to imagine Sanity will attack New Day.
Almas.... I’m not sure who he’ll go against.