WWE Network special event from Toronto to be held before Mania

WWE announced yesterday that a WWE Network special live event will be held at the Ricoh Coliseum in Toronto, Canada on Saturday, March 12.

The show will be titled March to WrestleMania, held approximately three weeks before the biggest pay-per-view of the year. WWE currently holds the attendance record with 10,279 at the arena.

No other information was announced such as if this will be a regular house show or a themed show. Last year WWE held both the Elimination Chamber and King of the Ring as WWE Network events and two other shows – in Tokyo and New York – as televised house shows.

Tickets for March to WrestleMania go on sale on Friday, January 8 at 10AM EST however the pre-sale is currently live on Ticketmaster.com using the code WWESPECIAL.

Ticket prices are $20, $35, $50, $70, $85, $350, and $500. All prices are in Canadian Dollars. Those who purchase a ticket in P1 and/or P2 will receive a commemorative souvenir chair that can be taken home after the event.

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