This Sunday brings the WWE "Raw" exclusive pay-per-view "Great Balls Of Fire" for professional wrestling fans. A new feud will unfold for the WWE "Raw" Women's Championship as "The Boss" Sasha Banks challenges Alexa Bliss for the title. The two have crossed paths plenty of times before, but never with the women's title on the line. Here's a look at how the Sasha Banks vs. Alexa Bliss match came about, the two superstars' history, and who is expected to win on Sunday at the PPV.

Match buildup

WWE "Raw" Women's Champion Alexa Bliss has held the title ever since defeating Bayley for the belt.

The win came after Alexa joined "Raw" as part of the "Superstar Shakeup." A former "SmackDown" Women's Champion, she made history with the win as the first women's division star to have won each of the two roster's titles during her career.

"The Boss" Sasha Banks has enjoyed multiple reigns as the WWE "Raw" Women's Champion and has been a top star in the division on the roster. Banks was able to win a Gauntlet Match on an episode of "Raw" in the past several weeks to become No. 1 contender. In order to do that, she had to overcome difficult odds by ultimately making Nia Jax submit in the final match of the gauntlet.

On the most recent episode of WWE "Raw," the two competitors were on opposite sides in a women's tag team match.

Sasha Banks teamed up with Bayley to take on Alexa Bliss and Nia Jax. During the match, Nia took out some frustration on Bayley and tossed her around, ultimately requiring Bayley to be helped backstage. That left "The Boss" to fight one vs. two in the match. She managed to overcome the odds again and was able to put the Bank Statement on Alexa, forcing the champ to tap.

Predicted winner?

Can Sasha Banks put the Bank Statement on Alexa Bliss once again this Sunday and this time walk out of the PPV with the "Raw" Women's Champion? While fans of the popular women's superstar are rooting for her all the way, the latest odds seem to indicate she'll be the underdog in this match.

As Paddy Power lists out the odds for most of Sunday's "Great Balls of Fire" matches, Alexa Bliss will be the favorite.

She's listed with 1 to 18 odds to retain her championship on Sunday. Meanwhile, Sasha Banks is a 6 to 1 underdog meaning that a bettor who wagers $100 on "The Boss" should she win, would bring back $600 for the upset. Can she overcome the heavy odds against her again, or will "Miss Bliss" continue to rule the "Raw" women's division?