Ep: 129 – Jan Ohrstrom – The Vahalla Club Documentary
Jan Ohrstrom has been a pro wrestler since the age of 16. He was trained at the legendary School of Hard Knocks in San Bernadino, California under the mentorship of Jesse Hernandez. From there he proceeded to wrestle all around the Southwest United States and Mexico. Shortly after September 11, 2001, Jan made the decision to put his dream of becoming a WWE Star on hold and enlisted into the United States Army. During his time in service, Jan continued to wrestle up till deployment for Operation Iraqi Freedom II, were he was promoted to Sergeant and was nominated for a Bronze Star. In 2006, Jan was Honorably discharged from the Army and he went back to wrestling and onto college.
Fast forward a few years, Jan has created a veteran apparel company called Scars and Stripes, and has also produce and Co-Stared in a new film called “Valhalla Club Documentary” which shows some of the struggles veterans face after war and how Pro Wrestling became a positive outlet for him and some other veterans.
Be sure to listen as Jan Share one of the biggest “Decision Hours” we have heard to date, you might be surprised of the out come. And be sure to check out “The Valhalla Club Documentary” on Amazon and also check out “Scars And Stripes.com” Tune in!