|Real name||Paul Hyland|
|Rated at||Super bantamweight|
|Height||1.7 m (5 ft 7 in)|
19 November 1984 |
|Wins by KO||6|
Paul Hyland, (born 19 November 1984 in Dublin, Ireland) is an Irish professional boxer. Hyland is a two-time Irish Professional Super Bantamweight Champion and European Union Champion. Hyland also boxed World Title Challenger Willie Casey for the EBU (European) Title.
Hyland turned professional on 5 November 2004 in Hereford Leisure Centre, England on an undercard of bill that included Jason Cook, Jason McKay and Scott Gammer. In his début Hyland defeated fellow débutant Hungarian Janos Garai with a second round TKO knockout.
He is the former two time Irish super bantamweight title holder, defeating Marc Callaghan on 5 July 2008. Hyland won this bout on a point score of 98-93. Hyland's second time winning the Irish super bantamweight title was on 5 December in the National Stadium, Dublin, Ireland. This time Hyland won on a 3rd round too win over Eugene Heagney. Hyland dropped Heagney with a combination of punches to body and head in third round, then a burst of punches from Hyland after the eight count brought the referee's intervention. 
- Boxrec. "Paul Hyland". Boxrec Fighter Page. Retrieved 20 June 2008.