WWE Hell in a Cell 2012: 10 Storylines That Need to Be Addressed

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WWE Hell in a Cell 2012: 10 Storylines That Need to Be Addressed
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While the build toward Hell in a Cell hasn't been as thorough as many had hoped, Sunday's pay-per-view still has the opportunity to be a quality show. In order for that to happen, however, the writers must be committed to furthering or concluding a number of storylines that have been developing in recent weeks.

Plenty of time has been put into the CM Punk vs. Ryback and Sheamus vs. Big Show feuds, but some of the other angles have been neglected as of late. It's tough to blame the WWE for investing so much in the main-event storylines, but it's important to have several compelling angles playing out at once.

Even if everything doesn't come to a head at Hell in a Cell, the event can play an important role in setting angles and feuds up for Survivor Series and beyond. Pay-per-views are generally used to end storylines, but I have a feeling that Hell in a Cell will merely act as a launching pad.

Here are the 10 biggest storylines that must be addressed on Sunday.

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