It is going to be a difficult task to recruit people who are willing to essentially put WWE hopes on hold (or gone) and people who won't make the product seem like time travel to TNA 5 years ago... With that said a few people who should go in spite of the TNA connection are obviously AJ Styles and Chris Sabin. I would also like to Shelton Benjamin in the mix as well. I feel pretty strongly that anyone who has a past with both TNA or WWE should be repackaged to some degree to not cause market confusion and to not seem like a re-hash of something that has been done before. For example, Jay Lethal is an amazing talent with a ton to offer, but if he is doing his Macho Man schtick all the time what makes GFW any different from old TNA tapes? I think they should also look to some international areas for talent and focus more on ring work than anything else, long compelling story lines need to develop once people are familiar with the product and in the beginning just stick to a strong work rate and good matches and fans will watch. I personally would love to see Jeff Jarrett have absolutely no on screen role at all because he just cannot help himself from building the entire company and world title around him and lets face it, he just isn't that good and really never has been that good. What Jeff Jarrett has the ability to do is raise money and have people believe in his vision, but that is where his talent begins and ends and he needs to let people who can perform to a high standard do it.