Survivor Series 2018 Odds: Brock Lesnar leads latest favorites to win matches

The annual pay-per-view features champions vs. champions and Team Raw vs Team SmackDown.

Sunday, November 18 brings the latest installment of WWE's Survivor Series. The 2018 pay-per-view will bring the superstars from "Raw" and "SmackDown Live" together but against one another. There will be two team matches as well as a variety of champion vs champion matchups. Here's a look at the latest odds (via MyBookie and Odds Shark) for Sunday's big pay-per-view event.


Team Raw vs Team SmackDown - Men's Superstars

The men's teams will square off at Survivor Series for true bragging rights. This comes after Shane McMahon's controversial win at Crown Jewel, where he won the trophy in a tournament he wasn't originally part of. Right now, the Raw team is a -130 favorite compared to SmackDown at -110.


Team Raw vs Team SmackDown - Women's Superstars

The other of the two team battles will feature a team of Raw's best female competitors against SmackDown's best female competitors. Right now, it's too close to call, as My Bookie has both teams listed at -120 odds.


Daniel Bryan vs Brock Lesnar

Brock doesn't get into the ring quite as much and this is considered a dream match for the fans. It prevented another AJ Styles vs Brock loss at the event. When Daniel Bryan's return to the ring was announced a year or so ago, it conjured up this as well as Bryan vs Styles among those fan choices. Bryan enters as a +300 underdog against "The Beast Incarnate" (-500).


Charlotte Flair vs Ronda Rousey

It's no surprise based on her dominant run since getting into WWE that Rousey is a huge favorite here. This was supposedly going to be a big match at next year's WrestleMania, but due to Becky Lynch's injury, Charlotte is filling in. Rousey is a -1000 favorite to defeat Flair (+400) in a big win.


Seth Rollins vs Shinsuke Nakamura

This could provide the match of the night. On one side, will be current Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins, who always puts on a great performance. On the other side, is accomplished wrestling star Shinsuke Nakamura, the current United States Champion. Oddsmakers at My Bookie list Rollins as the -140 favorite with Nakamura at +100.

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