Santino Marella: Like Otunga, the assistant to Smackdown's GM will be the cornerstone of the GM's team.
Kofi Kingston: I can only assume his presence with Long last week in the opening match of Raw was a harbinger of things to come.
R-Truth: He is Kingston's tag team partner for the team being, so he makes sense to be part of this team too.
The Great Khali: A Teddy Long favorite, he'll be added to the team to offset the presence of Henry as the resident big man.
Randy Orton: Do the Viper and Kane get a standalone match, or will they be part of these two teams?
Rey Mysterio: The Master of the 619 has targeted WrestleMania as a return date. If he's healthy enough, this would be a good spot for him to return where he won't be relied on as heavily.
Zack Ryder: Unlike Mysterio's injury, Ryder's is a kayfabe one, so he'll be back in time. He's obviously got some issues with Laurinaitis, who allowed his "injuries" to occur, but I think his focus would be on Eve instead.
Ezekiel Jackson: Like the Miz, he hasn't won a match yet in 2012. However, he was Long's hand-picked opponent for Otunga a few weeks ago. Losing to Otunga twice should be enough for Long not to pick Zeke again, but here's betting he does anyway, since Zeke's been getting more TV time lately.
Evan Bourne: Kofi Kingston's other tag team partner will be back from suspension on Saturday. Will he manage to get himself a WrestleMania pay day? Only if Mysterio isn't back in time.
Team Laurinaitis (Otunga, Del Rio, Christian, Henry, Ziggler and Swagger) vs. Team Long (Santino, Kofi, R-Truth, Khali, Ezekiel Jackson, Rey Mysterio)
Kane and Orton will get a standalone match. Zack Ryder will get a spot on the PPV involved in the Eve-Kelly Kelly angle; McIntyre and Bourne get the dark match, while Miz does some sort of promo and run-in for being left off the card.