The Mercury News based out of California are reporting that San Francisco and Philadelphia are the main 2 cities in the running to host the WrestleMania 31 pay-per-view in 2015 and that San Francisco Mayor Jamie Matthews and representatives from the San Francisco 49ers are flying to WWE’s headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut next week for a meeting to attempt to bring WrestleMania to the city for the first-time ever.

The report notes that if San Francisco are successful, the WrestleMania 31 pay-per-view would be held at Levi’s Stadium, which is currently under construction in time for the 2014 NFL season, however if Philadelphia wins the bid, the idea would be to hold the event outdoors, most likely at the Lincoln Financial Field, home of the Philadelphia Eagles.

Meanwhile, the word currently making the rounds is that the WrestleMania 32 pay-per-view will take place at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan, which was the home of the WrestleMania 23 pay-per-view. The company are expected to make a final decision on locations in the coming weeks and are expected to make an announcement on the locations around the time of the 2014 WWE Royal Rumble pay-per-view.