On the second day of the tournament, and in the 92 kg category, Mohammad Javad Ebrahimi bagged a gold medal after beating Japanese opponent with a 10-0 technical fall.
Ahmad Bazri also pocketed a silver medal in the 86 kg category after losing to another Japanese rival in a close final. Meanwhile, Parviz Hadi and Mostafa Hossein-khani each won a bronze medal for Team Iran in 125 kg and 74kg categories respectively.
Team Iran had collected 1 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze earlier on Saturday and with the result, Iran finished first with 168 points while India and Kazakhstan finished second and third successively with 159 and 146 points.
Wrestling is one of most popular sports in Iran, and Iranian wrestlers are among the best practitioners of the field in the world making the country the world's powerhouse in the field and bringing home countless medals and titles from different tournaments and competitions around the world in a regular basis.
In a very recent case of Iranian freestyle wrestlers' success, last month, the national squad of Iranian freestyle wrestlers finished the 40th edition of Takhti Cup competitions with 245 points to claim the world title ahead of Armenia and Russia.
In December, the freestyle squad of Bazar-e Bozorg-e Iran managed to garner the championship at the 6th World Wrestling Clubs Cup which was held in in the Northeastern Iranian city of Bojnourd.