While Hell in a Cell is obviously a lower-level pay-per-view that doesn't receive the same treatment as a WrestleMania or Royal Rumble, the card for Sunday's event leaves a lot to be desired. Only five matches have been announced thus far, so there is obviously plenty of room for more action to spice up the show.
WWE has such a large and talented roster that it's almost impossible to get everyone involved on a pay-per-view, but the writers should at least make a concerted effort. Plenty of top-flight wrestlers are without a match right now, and if the WWE decides to leave them off the card, it would be a colossal blunder.
Even with an extra hour of RAW every week, the WWE has struggled to properly develop midcard feuds and that is quite apparent based on the lack of announced matches just a few days prior to Hell in a Cell. It's too late now to create angles in time for the pay-per-view, but that doesn't mean that some entertaining matches can't be added.
Here are five matches that should be added to the Hell in a Cell slate between now and Sunday in order to bolster what looks to be a mediocre pay-per-view.