Emam-Ali Habibi Goudarzi (Persian: امامعلی حبیبی گودرزی, born 27 May 1931) is a retired Iranian freestyle wrestler. He won gold medals at the 1958 Asian Games; 1959, 1961 and 1962 world championships; and 1956 Olympics, placing fourth in 1960. In 2007 he was inducted into the FILA Hall of Fame.
|Native name||امامعلی حبیبی|
|Full name||Emam-Ali Habibi Goudarzi|
|Nickname(s)||"The Tiger of Mazandaran" (ببر مازندران)|
|Born||27 May 1931 (age 89)|
|Height||172 cm (5 ft 8 in)|
Habibi was the fourth and the last son in a large family. He lost his father at the age of 12.
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- Emam Ali Habibi. iat.uni-leipzig.de
- The date of birth according to the Iranian calendar is 5 Khordad 1310.
- Habibi, Emam Goudarzi (IRI). iat.uni-leipzig.de
- Emam-Ali Habibi. takhtejamshidcup.com
- Hall of Fame – Freestyle. unitedworldwrestling.org
- Imam Ali Habibi Goodarzi. National Olympic Committee of Iran
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