Kane - One of my favorite talents who comes across as more about the industry than just his personal gain. He, to the best of my recollection, never complained nor manipulated situations to get what he felt he deserved.
Jericho - Trendsetter (Hart and HBK were the originals, imo) in breaking the mold as to how a "typical" WWE champion should "look", Jericho is one of those rare guys who loves to give back as much as the business has given him. First Unified Champion and I felt he deserved it.
Mark Henry - The guy has been around for ages and seemed to finally hit his stride in the twilight of his career. A good, down to earth guy; I have yet to hear a negative thing about the man outside of the ring.
William Regal - A talent who has some of the best work in the ring I have ever been able to see. The guy wasn't a "top star" in the WWE, but was always someone who could work a program with an individual of lesser experience and make them look like gold.
John Cena - First round ballet; hands down. What hasn't the guy done for the WWE? He is perhaps the easiest to claim deserves an automatic induction, although the argument can be made for many others as well.
On-Air Personalities -
Carlos Cabrera (Spanish announcer who has been with WWE since 1993)
Teddy Long (for his Tag Teams, Playa!)
Zeb Coulter AS Dutch Mantell, not Zeb.
Honorable mentions for some of the guys who are now "off-air" members of the staff:
Brooklyn Brawler (Producer)
Harvey Wippleman (Producer)
Dean Malenko (Producer)
Mike Rotunda (Producer)
Billy Kidman (Producer)
Lex Luger (Wellness Policy Rep; go figure)
Terry Taylor (Trainer)
Bill DeMott (Trainer)