Director Adam Stephen Kelly ( @adz_kelly ) takes flight at pro wrestling event @teamkapowuk

Award-winning writer and director Adam Stephen Kelly (DONE IN, KILL KANE) was a special guest at this past weekend’s KAPOW pro wrestling event in West Sussex, England, and ended up involved in the action!


Adam Stephen Kelly, perhaps best known for the critically-acclaimed DONE IN and vigilante thriller 2016’s KILL KANE (starring Vinnie Jones,Nicole Faraday and Sean Cronin) was introduced to the live crowd by fan-favourite Priscilla – the self-professed Queen of the Ring and star of TNA British Boot Camp on Challenge TV – but quickly earned the ire of the villainous Karl Atlas.

Later in the show, things came to a head during a huge six-man tag team main event when Kelly was viciously attacked in an unprovoked assault by Shar’kuuland his partners HIIT. Moments later, however, Kelly found himself alone in the ring after being saved by the likes of Major Lee Buff and El Technico Supremo. With the wrestlers battling at ringside, the filmmaker took the ultimate leap of faith to exact revenge on his attackers!

KAPOW is a professional wrestling promotion based in the south of the UK, with a focus on big characters, bold colours and family-friendly entertainment. The company is part of the British wrestling revolution, with the industry drawing its biggest crowds and highest popularity in decades. This month, ITV is reviving its legendary programme World of Sport for a one-off primetime television wrestling special.

Also this month, KAPOW presents its biggest event yet in London with an absolutely stacked card set to take place before a huge live audience.

For more information on KAPOW and ticket info, visit

Follow Adam on Twitter at @adz_kelly 


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