|Nicola Adams v Virginia Carcamo|
|Venue: Manchester Arena Date: Saturday, 8 April|
|Coverage: Live text commentary and analysis on BBC Sport website and app|
Great Britain’s double gold medallist Nicola Adams believes new trainer Virgil Hunter will play a key part in success as a professional.
Adams will make her professional debut in Manchester on Saturday when she fights Argentina’s Virginia Carcamo.
“Virgil has a lot of knowledge and one thing I like about him is he knows how to take an Olympic champion and turn them into a pro,” said Adams, 34.
“He did it with Andre [Ward] and he’s capable of doing the same with me.”
American Ward, 33, has gone from winning gold at the 2004 Olympics to becoming a two-weight world champion and being unbeaten in 31 fights.
Adams has been training alongside the likes of IBF, WBA and WBO light-heavyweight champion Ward as she prepares for her fight, and says doing so “has left me a bit in awe, to be honest”.
She added: “Like every fighter, my ultimate goal is to headline a show in Las Vegas and with the way the sport is building at the moment I see no reason why I can’t get there.