Abrar Hussain (February 9, – June 16, 2011) was professional Pakistani Welterweight and Light-middleweight boxer. Hussain represented Pakistan at the 1984, 1988, and Summer Olympics. In South Asian Games, he won a Gold medal for Pakistan in Dhaka. In Asian Games, Hussain secured Gold medal in boxing for Pakistan. He was the Deputy Director of Pakistan Sports Board and chairman of Provincial Sports Board in Pakistani province of Balochistan. He was shot dead outside of his office in southwestern city of Quetta on June 16, by two unknown gunmen on motorbike He belonged to the minority ethnic group of Quetta and Shia sect of Islam, his killing was allegedly inspired by sectarianism.