Roman Reigns may have fallen short against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 34 and the Greatest Royal Rumble, but he’s the betting favorite to claim the Universal Championship at SummerSlam on August 19.According to OddsShark’s Kris Abbott, Reigns is -290 to win, compared to +210 for Lesnar. Ronda Rousey (-380) is a much bigger favorite to spend the Raw Women’s Championship away Alexa Bliss (+260). Here are the odds for the complete SummerSlam card, with the exclusion of the 3 matches declared earlier this week (Daniel Bryan vs. The Miz, Finn Balor vs. Baron Cobin and The Bludgeon Brothers vs. The New Day). SummerSlam 2018 Odds Brock Lesnar (+210) vs. Roman Reigns (-290) for its Universal Championship Alexa Bliss (+260) vs. Ronda Rousey (-380) for your Raw Women’s Championship AJ Styles (-150) vs. Samoa Joe (+110) for the WWE Championship Carmella (+210) vs. Becky Lynch (+105) vs. Charlotte Flair (+180) for the SmackDown Live Women’s Championship Braun Strowman (-300) vs. Kevin Owens (+220) Dolph Ziggler (+205) vs. Seth Rollins (-285) for the Intercontinental Championship Shinsuke Nakamura (-210) vs. Jeff Hardy (+160) for the United States Championship Cedric Alexander (-110) vs. Drew Gulak (-130) for the Cruiserweight Championship There is little in the way of surprises. Becky Lynch is a rather sudden popular from the Triple Threat match for the SmackDown Live Women’s Championship. Nevertheless, the Irish Lass Kicker is one of the best technical wrestlers in WWE’s women’s branch. She has not held the title since December 2016. A protracted championship reign for Lynch are a wonderful change of pace for SmackDown Live. Concerning value plays, Braun Strowman vs. Kevin Owens might be the most suitable choice. Lesnar apart, The Monster Among Men has basically run through everybody in the company. One would expect him to do the exact same to KO at SummerSlam. However, the Money in the Bank contract adds a bit more intrigue. The MITB briefcase is much more successful on a heel or a underdog babyface. Someone with Strowman’s size should not need to resort to underhanded tactics in order to win a domain; he must beat the champion up one-on-one. WWE has gone full throttle with the”Monster in the Bank” moniker for Strowman, but it’s not ridiculous to think the company finally has different plans in mind for its briefcase. Lining up Owens to get a title shot is also a great method to get his momentum back on course following his feuds with Strowman and Shane McMahon normally knocked him down the WWE power rankings.