Over the past couple years, the WWE brain trust has made a habit of waiting until the last minute to announce pay-per-view matches, which has severely hurt the overall build. The writers appear to have taken a slightly different approach with Tables, Ladders & Chairs as five big matches are already in place, but there is still room for more.
Most of the major stars on the roster are already locked in; however, there is plenty of upper-midcard talent and even lower-card stars who deserve to participate in the TLC pay-per-view. Whether or not the WWE will actually use all of its assets to its advantage remains to be seen, but it would be silly not to.
The company currently has quite a few capable grapplers sitting on the bench, but TLC can be used to either further storylines or create new ones for some of them. There are inevitably going to be a handful of guys left out in the cold because only so many people can wrestle over the course of three hours, but the goal should be to use as many superstars as is feasible.
Since there are five matches in place currently, there probably won't be more than three or four added, including a pre-show contest, but in the interest of featuring a somewhat round number, here are five bouts that should be considered for the TLC card as soon as possible.