Montreal breaks the 18-week WWE televised sellout streak

Ahead of Monday Night Raw in Montreal last night, WWE were riding on a high with nearly 20 consecutive sold out televised shows but the streak came to an end in the Great White North.

With WWE looking for its 19th television sellout, Montreal broke WWE’s heart, with Centre Bell still having less than 500 tickets available for the show by the time it went on the air.

Despite several messages on X by a lot of WWE Superstars hyping up tickets, the event fell short of selling out although it had a healthy attendance of over 12,000 in the building.

If Montreal managed to sell out, it was going to be tough anyway to reach 20 as the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh still has around 1,000 tickets available for this Friday’s Smackdown with a few more days to go as WWE opened up more tickets over the last several days.

Smackdown has its own streak going dating back to when The Rock started to appear weekly so it will be interesting to see if they manage to move the remaining tickets.

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