The WWE "Hell in a Cell 2017" pay-per-view match card will include four different championship belts on the line Sunday night. Among those will be the WWE "SmackDown" women's Championship held by Natalya. She'll have a huge title defense coming up as she puts the belt up for grabs against one of the best in the women's division: Charlotte Flair. Here's the latest Charlotte vs. Natalya championship match preview including how the match came about and who's favorite to win based on the match odds.

Match buildup

Natalya Neidhart picked up the big championship opportunity when she won a five-way elimination match at "Battleground 2017" PPV.

During that match, Natalya was up against Charlotte, Becky Lynch, Tamina, and Lana, but managed to use ring savvy and smarts to outlast the other women. That put her into the title match at "SummerSlam 2017" where she was able to defeat Naomi. The win made Natalya a first-ever holder of the former WWE Divas Championship and "SmackDown" Women's Championship during her career.

In September, six-time women's champion Charlotte Flair earned her opportunity to take on Nattie at this Sunday's PPV event. Charlotte had to win a Fatal Four-Way match that included Becky Lynch, Naomi, and Tamina. The win put Charlotte as the No. 1 contender to take on another women's star with wrestling roots. Charlotte is the daughter of "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair, while Natalya is Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart's daughter.

Now, the two women's superstars will meet at the "Hell in a Cell" PPV with the women's Championship Belt on the line. Only one of the two will walk out holding the title, with plenty of contenders waiting in the wings for their shots.

Who will win?

The Paddy Power Irish sportsbook currently gives odds for most of the matches at Sunday's WWE PPV.

Among those is current odds for the women's championship bout. As of this report, Charlotte Flair is the favorite with 1 to 10 odds to win the title. Meanwhile, current champion Natalya is a 5 to 1 underdog. That means a $100 bet on Natalya if she wins, would pay out $500.

Charlotte winning the title makes sense and it would put her name in the history books with Alexa Bliss as women who have won both the "Raw" and "SmackDown" women's titles during their career.

Of course, this could all be a setup for Charlotte to win the title and then get cashed in on by "Ms. Money in the Bank." Carmella has been walking around with the MITB briefcase and James Ellsworth on a leash, so don't be surprised if they make an appearance at the WWE "Hell in a Cell" pay-per-view on Sunday.