David Kazarian began his teaching career as an advertising professional; since then, his creative background has helped students express themselves and build confidence through art. He holds both teaching certification and a Bachelor of Arts from Rochester Institute of Technology.
At his June 28 hearing, Kazarian offered up nearly $1.6 million of family property as collateral in order to secure his release bond. However, the Government responded that Kazarian would flee to Cuba if he were Hambarian – further cementing their view that he poses a flight risk under Section 3142(e).
Early Life and Education
David Kazarian, a pharmacist by trade and owner of an infusion therapy business. A member of several professional organizations and multiple boards (most recently being president of American Society of Consultant Pharmacists).
He serves on the Board of Trustees at St. Hagop Church, a Catholic congregation in Florida where he has been an active member for seven years. Additionally, he and Nancy have four children – Sarkis, Jennifer, William, and Angela who all reside out-of-state – that make them complete families.
David has distinguished himself with his dedication to educating his community. He is frequently invited as a guest speaker at local and regional events, has published numerous articles related to pharmacy practice, and belongs to various professional organizations including the American Pharmacy Association and International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists.
David Kazarian has worked for various companies over his professional career. He is best-known for his involvement with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) and Ring of Honor.
Kazarian spent four reigns as TNA X Division Champion and three reigns as World Tag Team Champion during his time with TNA, in addition to competing in their Bound for Glory series.
He has also participated in Professional Wrestling (PWG), teaming up with Petey Williams in an unsuccessful challenge against El Generico and Human Tornado for the PWG Tag Team Championships.
In 2022, he signed with Impact Wrestling and started working there full-time. While at TNA World Tag Team Championship with Christopher Daniels he held onto both reigns claiming both of them with ease.
Achievement and Honors
David Kazarian has had tremendous success competing professionally wrestling. He has won multiple X Division championships and excelled as an accomplished tag team wrestler.
He has held multiple promotions including PWG, Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) and Ring of Honor; additionally he has competed internationally.
Christopher Daniels and himself comprise The Addiction, current Ring of Honor tag team champions in an impressive title defense matchup against Young Bucks and Motor City Machine Guns on Friday night via ladder match.
David Kazarian enjoys spending his free time skying, watching his favorite sports teams and going for morning runs. Additionally, he enjoys spending time with his children and grandchildren.
He is a proud member of St. Hagop Armenian Church as well as an avid supporter of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Kazarian offered nearly $1.6 million of personal property as security at his June 28 hearing. Some of this property belongs to individuals with whom he shares close ties such as his parents, sister-in-law, two sets of aunts and uncles as well as two other sets.
David Kazarian is an internationally acclaimed businessman, investor, and philanthropist with an estimated net worth of over $4 billion.
He is the founder and chairman of Japonica Partners, an investment company which invests in underperforming global asset classes. Additionally, he runs the Charles & Agnes Kazarian Eternal Foundation which bears their namesake.
Kazarian purchased bonds valued at over $3.8 billion during the Greek government-debt crisis of 2013, claiming a substantial profit; however, his specific investment positions and strategies remain unknown to the public.
Kazarian remains grounded despite his considerable wealth, spending much of his time at his childhood home in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. He serves on the parish council of St. Hagop Armenian Church where he attends services as a member. In his free time he enjoys skying and morning exercise classes – in addition to supporting charities and donating generously.