Hell in a Cell may not be one of the WWE's upper-echelon pay-per-views, but there is no question that Sunday's event will have a huge effect on what happens moving forward. The card may seem a little light in terms of top-flight matches, but the WWE Championship match between CM Punk and Ryback has everyone talking.
On top of that, Sheamus will defend his World Heavyweight Championship against Big Show. The undercard is a bit light, but bouts such as The Miz vs. Kofi Kingston for the Intercontinental Championship and Team Rhodes Scholars against Team Hell No for the Tag Team Championships should keep the fans engaged and entertained.
The card also has a pretty good mix of fairly predictable matches and contests that could honestly go either way. If booked correctly, I have no doubt that Hell in a Cell can end up being a quality show. If the writers try to get too cute and stray away from what works, however, it could just as easily be a train wreck.
Here is my match-by-match breakdown for Hell in a Cell, complete with predictions and analysis for every announced match as well as matches that are projected to be included.