NRPW Signs Ron Jeremy and Sean Casey

Upstart wrestling federation NRPW is pleased to announce the signing of two superstars, Ron Jeremy and Sean Casey!

Adult and mainstream star Ron Jeremy, sponsored by, is the official color commentator for the federation. Ron will appear on the first two exciting DVDs set for street release within weeks, to be distributed by IVD Exclusives ( You may recall, Ron was last seen at the end a nasty confrontation (broadcast on TMZ) between Craig Valentine and Evan Stone! Check out the video link here.

The feud between the two has since escalated, involving Craig stealing Evan’s prized Rolex Watch, and Evan ‘busting up’ Craig in a tussle of sorts! Check out the video link here.

Now, Ron has declared that if these two don’t get a grip soon and settle their differences, he may have to step in the ring and show them who the real hardcore champ is – and take the belt himself!

Also signed to NRPW is former WWE and TNA star Sean Casey. Sean comes from the ‘old school’ world of traditional Greco-Roman wrestling, first excelling in amateur wrestling throughout high school. He sharpened his skills for his professional wrestling career by being trained in the legendary ‘Dungeon’ in Stu Hart’s basement!

Sean boasts a storied history on the independent circuit and in Japan; that’s where he quickly became a wrestling superstar, eventually making the jump to the WWE and TNA federations. Sean’s resume also includes two spreads in Playgirl magazine and with Chippendale’s (as a dancer), making him a natural fit for the NRPW!

Both Jeremy and Casey join an impressive roster of NRPW superstars: Mary Carey, Evan Stone, Vampire Warrior, Buff Bagwell, Lee Stone, Craig Valentine, Dale Dabone… and more scheduled on the way.

The next NRPW event will be held at the Crazy Horse Saloon, Sunday May 18th, 2008. The matches scheduled include a grudge match for the Hardcore Title, pitting Craig Valentine and Evan Stone inside the ring – under the stipulation that ‘pins’ count…anywhere and anytime!

“I figured I would give the Fairy Pirate yet another chance to win the belt. He wanted these rules so I will play the game. Regardless, it’s futile…He simply cannot beat me,” boasts current NRPW champ Craig Valentine.