Mohammad Ebrahim Seifpour Saadabadi (Persian: محمد ابراهیم سیف پور سعد آبادی‎, born 3 March 1938) also known as Ebrahim Seifpour, is a retired Iranian freestyle wrestler. He competed at the 1960 and 1964 Olympics and placed third and sixth, respectively. At the world championships he won two gold and one silver medals in 1961–65. After retiring from competitions he worked as a wrestling coach and official.

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  • Mohammad Ebrahim Seifpour Saadabadi (Persian: محمد ابراهیم سیف پور سعد آبادی‎, born 3 March 1938) also known as Ebrahim Seifpour, is a retired Iranian freestyle wrestler. He competed at the 1960 and 1964 Olympics and placed third and sixth, respectively. At the world championships he won two gold and one silver medals in 1961–65. After retiring from competitions he worked as a wrestling coach and official. (en)
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