Mohammad Nabibakhsh

All Rounder

Mohammad Nabibakhsh

Country

Iran 

Active since

2019-Present  

Position

All Rounder

League

Pro Kabaddi league 

Current team  

Gujarat Giants

Sport

Kabaddi 

Mohammad Nabibakhsh Personal Information

Full Name Mohammad Nabibakhsh
Nick Name Nabibakhsh
Age  32 Years 
Date of Birth  17 September 1991 
Place of Birth  Mazandaran, Iran 
Country  Iran 
Profession Kabaddi Player 
Education Graduated
Occupation  Kabaddi player  
Weight70 Kg
Height 5’9 Ft

Teams He Played For

Season 7Bengal Warriors
Season 8Bengal Warriors
Season 9 Puneri Paltan
Matches Played 58
Total points earned 266
Raid Points per match 3.5
Not out %79.11
Total Raids 493
Successful Raids   32
No. Of Super Raids 6
Super 10s 2
Total Raid Points 203
Average Raid Points/Match 3.5
No. Of Super Tackles6
High 5s1
Total Tackle Points 63
Average Successful Tackles/Match 1.09
Total Tackles 140
Tackle Success Rate % 41%
Avg. Time on Mat % 79.81
Avg. Out Rate  22.99
Avg. Strike Rate  45.84
Effective Points  110

Tournament

Team

Status 

Price

Pro Kabaddi Season 9

Pro Kabaddi Season 9

Pro Kabaddi Season 9

Bengal Warriors 

Bengal Warriors 

Puneri Paltan

Sold

Retained

Sold

77.75 L

86.00 L

87.00 L

Mohammad Nabibaksh’s Kabaddi Star from Iran 

Muhammad Nabibakhsh, also known as Moein Nabibakhsh, is a talented Kabaddi player hailing from Iran. He represents both the Pro Kabaddi League in India and his home team, the Iran National Team. He played a vital role in securing a gold medal for his team during the 2018 Asian Games. 

Mohammad Nabibaksh’s Early Life

Born on September 17, 1991, in the Mazandaran Province of Iran, Mohammad Nabibakhsh started playing Kabaddi at a young age. His skills flourished as he participated in local tournaments, gaining recognition and popularity. Eventually, he became an essential part of the Iran National Kabaddi Team. 

Pro Kabaddi League Journey 

Making his debut in Season seven of the Pro Kabaddi League, Mohammad Nabibakhsh joined the Bengal Warriors against the U.P Yoddhas. He was bought for a significant amount, highlighting his value as a player. Throughout the season, he played 23 matches, accumulating 122 points. His raid and tackle strike rates were 40% and 46%, respectively. His exceptional performance led him to be recognized as one of the best players in the league. 

A Captain’s Triumph 

After the injury of Maninder Singh, Nabibakhsh stepped up as the captain of the Bengal Warriors. His leadership skills shone through as he guided the team to victory, securing their first-ever trophy. 

Consistent Success 

Season 8 saw Nabibakhsh retained by the Bengal Warriors, maintaining his impressive performance. He played 20 matches, earning 108 points with a raid strike rate of 48% and a tackle strike rate of 41%. 

A New Chapter 

In season 9, Nabibakhsh joined the Puneri Paltan, showcasing his talents yet again. He participated in 15 matches, earning 36 points. His tackle strike rate was 48%, while his raid strike rate stood at 29%. Mohammad Esmaeil Nabibaksh’s journey is a testament to his dedication, skill, and impact on the world of Kabaddi. 

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