Silver Level

Bronze Level

The Bird Azarian Memorial Training Center is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization and wrestling club sanctioned by USA Wrestling. Founded in 2023, B.A.M. is dedicated to developing youth and high school wrestlers in Southern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois while honoring the Bird and Azarian legacy and led by coach Anthony “Ole” D’Alie. 

B-Bird. Josh Bird was a former wrestler at BAM that was tragically killed in a motorcycle accident in 2020. He was a high school three time state finalist and a two time Wisconsin high school state champion. We honor our facility after him due to his dedication, hard work, and encouraging spirit.

A-Azarian. The A stands for a man that put his family and community first. Not only was he an outstanding wrestler but he was an even better coach and mentor. Tony Azarian passed away in 2000 in a construction accident. We honor our facility in his name and the legacy that he continues to uphold.

M-Memorial. As we continue to memorialize both Josh Bird and Tony Azarian we take along what we remember most about them and strive to teach our wrestlers more than the sport. We teach dedication, teamwork, character, perseverance, and mental toughness. We know that these skill sets are necessary both on and off the mat. Whether one of our club members is pursuing a college career in the sport or pursuing a doctorate degree, these qualities and experiences are what sets them apart from the rest. 

As a sponsor, you are investing into developing some of the hardest working boys and girls in our area to become leaders, dedicated employees, and respectful human beings. We are going to be having a display of our sponsors at events and at our gym. We would like to thank you for your time and consideration in sponsoring the B.A.M. Training Center. 

Sponsorships help continue to give our wrestlers opportunities for success through:

Please see attached sponsorship levels for bronze, silver, and gold packages. We would greatly appreciate your help as we continue to develop our young athletes.