This week's WWE programming came from London, England and for once, embraced the different crowd and acted accordingly. The results weren't quite as effective as when WWE did it in Chicago in February, but it did produce some different television to the norm. Payback took a little bit more shape but still feels very much like an unknown quantity, partly due to Daniel Bryan's neck surgery which was also addressed on Raw as the champion received an ultimatum. The main two feuds, Evolution versus The Shield and Bray Wyatt versus John Cena, continued to roll forward while a new number one contender was crowned for the Intercontinental Championship. Two Europeans formed a rivalry while overseas as Sheamus and Cesaro developed an issue, and Hulk Hogan made his first WWE appearance in London in 20 years. He even brought a surprise guest along for the ride in Jimmy Hart. Bo Dallas also made his "debut", if you don't include his brief rivalry with Wade Barrett last year, as he tried to make the WWE Universe bolievers. With Payback slowly taking shape, the action was mostly inconsequential exhibitions for the British fans and as such had to provide the quality to stand alone. Which superstars excelled in the overseas broadcasts? Lets take a look at the rankings in the weekly WWE Power 10.