Nicola Adams says she's unstoppable after brushing aside the challenge of Elif Coskun to stand just one win off another historic boxing gold at the European Games.
This was a dominant display by the Olympic flyweight champion, unlike her edgy quarter-final victory over Bulgaria's Stoyka Petrova, in which she came from behind after losing the opening round.
Adams was always ahead in the scoring against her Turkish rival and will now face Poland's Sandra Drabik, the world number nine, who impressively beat Russia's Saiana Sagataeva in the other semi-final.
“I don’t think anyone can stop me," said Adams.
"I’m hoping to bring back that gold medal. It would mean absolutely everything to me and I’d be overwhelmed with joy. It’s going to really make my day.
"I had to grind it out a little bit but a win’s a win and I’m through to the final – hopefully I can bring back a gold medal now.
“I really want this title and I wanted it since I first heard about the European Games. It’s another chance at history and I keep creating history each time I get in the ring and I’m just loving the moment."
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