“For me I have a wife and a son,” Jensen said. “I get benefits; I get a paycheck every month. I don't worry about the house payment, I don't worry about anything. All I worry about is wrestling.”
Jensen said while he does wrestle full time, he still appreciates the opportunity to be a part of the U.S. Army.
“I'm lucky enough to wear the uniform,” Jensen said. “I get to represent my country in two ways, one for the U.S. Army and one for wrestling.”
Jensen also said he can relate his time at OSU to his time in the Army by how proud it makes him.
“It's kind of a pride thing,” Jensen said. “I learned a lot of that when I was in school here. John (Smith) told me to have a lot of pride in what you do and who you are. I think that echoes in the U.S. Army and the WCAP program.”