For weeks now, fans have been seeing the back and forth mind games between "The Demon" Finn Balor and "The Eater of Worlds" Bray Wyatt. The two forces collided at "SummerSlam 2017" to try to settle their differences. Balor thought their rivalry might be over as of that pay-per-view, but soon found out he was wrong. Now the two superstars will do battle once again, this time in a special type of match. Here's the latest on the Finn Balor vs. Bray Wyatt match for WWE's "No Mercy 2017" pay-per-view including odds for who will win on Sunday.

Match buildup

Upon his arrival to the WWE "Raw" roster, Bray Wyatt immediately found several targets to go after. One of his initial targets was Seth Rollins. Next in line was "The Demon" Finn Balor, who Bray has made his focus for the past several months. That has included costing Balor a chance to become the No. 1 contender for the WWE Intercontinental Championship by eliminating him from a battle royal on "Raw."

Finn Balor has already defeated Bray Wyatt once, with the win coming at the WWE "SummerSlam" PPV last month in Brooklyn. In the match, Balor had fully summoned his demon persona to deal with the evil and twisted mind of Bray Wyatt. Finn was able to win the match by hitting his trademark move "Coup de Grace," preventing Wyatt from hitting the "Sister Abigail" finisher for the win.

At WWE's "No Mercy 2017" pay-per-view the two will meet in a "Man vs. Man" match. This was Wyatt's choice as a way to see if the man Finn Balor could defeat him without the use of summoning his inner demon. That means Balor is unlikely to come to the ring with his demon entrance or body and facepaint.

Who will win?

There are currently odds being offered for a number of the WWE "No Mercy 2017" matches at Paddy Power, an Irish sportsbook.

Right now, Finn Balor is being given the role of favorite to win with odds of 4 to 11. The underdog heading into the match will be Bray Wyatt at 15 to 8. Therefore, Finn Balor is the predicted winner as of this report.

One has to wonder if Bray Wyatt could possibly pick up a win here, or if WWE will continue to use this to push Balor.

It's possible they are grooming Balor as a future opponent for Brock Lesnar since, after all, Finn was the first man to hold the WWE Universal Championship. His reign lasted for just about a day before he was forced to give up the title due to injury. Don't be surprised if he's pushed towards that title, or perhaps the Intercontinental Championship in the future.