WWE Evolution 2018 Odds: 5 biggest favorites for Sunday's PPV matches

The first-ever all-women's pay-per-view features some intriguing matches and several heavy favorites on October 28.

On Sunday, the first official all-women's pay-per-view, WWE Evolution, arrives on the WWE Network. It's headlined by WWE's newest dominant force in Wrestling, Ronda Rousey, as she defends her "WWE Raw" Women's title against longtime superstar Nikki Bella. The WWE Evolution odds are out via the 5 Dime sportsbook. Below are the five biggest favorites on Sunday's PPV card.


Ronda Rousey over Nikki Bella

Rowdy Ronda Rousey is a major favorite heading into Evolution and for good reason. She really hasn't lost since her arrival in WWE. She's been a dominant force, and Nikki Bella should give her another win for her resume. Ronda's a -900 favorite over Bella, a +500 underdog.


Kairi Sane over Shayna Baszler

Sane will look to continue her NXT Women's Championship reign. Based on the oddsmakers' opinions, that should happen with another win on Sunday. Sane is a -530 favorite over the former champion Baszler, a +350 underdog.


Trish Stratus & Lita over Alexa Bliss & Mickie James

Fans won't be surprised to see two of the all-time greatest women's stars pick up a win over the duo of Bliss and James. There has been some speculation that Bliss may be hurt, but she could still work the match. That said, Trish and Lita are strong favorites at -395 over the newer girls from the women's revolution (+275).


Becky Lynch over Charlotte Flair

Lynch has looked solid, ever since capturing the WWE SmackDown Women's Championship. She's now on a dominant heel run with the title. At WWE Evolution, oddsmakers are giving her a slight advantage to retain. She's at -185, compared to +145 for the Queen.


Ember Moon or Asuka

These are the two largest favorites in the women's battle royal field. Moon leads all contenders at +250, while Asuka is a +400 favorite to emerge victorious. Nia Jax and Naomi are outside contenders, at +500. It's possible WWE goes with a surprise, but the top two contenders seem most likely to win a title shot going forward.

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