This coming Sunday, professional wrestling fans will get to enjoy another pay-per-view with WWE "Backlash 2018." Among the matches that fans will see are Roman Reigns taking on Samoa Joe, Alexa Bliss challenging Nia Jax for the "Raw" women's title, Charlotte taking on Carmella for the WWE "SmackDown" women's title, and Seth Rollins defending the WWE Intercontinental Championships against The Miz. With the latest WWE "Backlash 2018" odds, fans may get some early spoilers for who could win the matches.

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Three matches with odds

As of Friday, the Kambi oddsmakers published the first of their WWE "Backlash" betting odds for this year's event. Only three matches were made available for betting at that time.

In one of them, Nia Jax was an 11 to 50 favorite to win her "Raw" title defense against Alexa Bliss (11 to 4).

Charlotte was also a favorite to win the WWE "SmackDown" women's title match with 7 to 10 odds, while Carmella was an "even" money bet to retain. Fans should keep in mind that Charlotte could win the match due to a countout or disqualification, which would mean Carmella is still champion despite losing the match.

In the only other match available on the Kambi odds, Daniel Bryan was a 3 to 4 favorite against Big Cass (19 to 20). Those odds moved as Bryan became a 1 to 2 favorite and Big Cass moved to become a 7 to 5 underdog. Fans saw a bit of a preview of these two going at it in this past Friday's "Greatest Royal Rumble [VIDEO]" match where Cass eliminated Bryan from the ring after a record-breaking time was set in the Rumble.

Other 'Backlash' matches

As mentioned, there are several other matches on the card that have yet to receive official betting odds. One of those will see Roman Reigns [VIDEO] take on Samoa Joe in a singles match. These two have battled before, but Joe recently returned from injury and immediately declared his intentions to go after Reigns. This match also takes place after the "Superstar Shake-up" in which Joe moved to "SmackDown Live." Reigns is on a tough slide lately with two losses to Brock Lesnar in WWE Universal title matches. It's likely that Reigns will be the favorite heading into this match unless a push is coming for Joe after his move to "SmackDown Live."

The same happened with former WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz. He's now on the blue brand, but will still get his rematch for the title against "Raw" superstar Seth Rollins. The current Intercontinental champ is coming off an impressive win at "Greatest Royal Rumble" in a Fatal Fourway ladder match. It would be a surprise if The Miz brings the IC title over to "SmackDown Live," since the United States title is also on the roster, as it's currently held by Jeff Hardy.

The only other match announced as of this report will feature Shinsuke Nakamura vs. AJ Styles for a third time as "The King of Strong Style" tries to win the WWE Championship. Nakamura was unsuccessful at "WrestleMania 34" and shocked the world with a heel turn. He had another title shot at "Greatest Royal Rumble" but that match ended in a double countout. One has to think the current champion will be the favorite unless any backstage rumors come out about Nakamura going over as a heel champion this coming Sunday.