Britain's Nicola Adams poses with her gold medal after defeating China's Ren Cancan during their Women's Fly (51kg) gold medal boxing match at the London Olympic Games
Nicola Adams continues her match into boxing's history books with Commonwealth final Reuters

Nicola Adams continued her pursuit of boxing immortality by reaching the women's flyweight Commonwealth final in emphatic style after beating Canada's Mandy Bujold by a unanimous decision.

The 31-year-old took each of the four rounds in Glasgow and will meet Michaela Walsh in an all-British gold medal final on Saturday, after the Northern Irish fighter was victorious via a split decision over India's Pinki Rani.

Adams, the first women's boxing champion in Olympic history at London 2012 is aiming to repeat the feat in Glasgow in the event's debut at the Commonwealth Games and marches into the final as the overwhelming favourite.

"I am looking forward to the finals," the Yorkshire-born boxer said. "It is going to be exciting fighting in front of a crowd of 11,000 – it is going to be amazing. I am prepared and ready and I hope you guys are ready for the action.

"It [the Hydro, venue for the final] is bigger than the ExCeL [boxing venue for the London 2012 Olympics] and I have got the experience.

"I know what it is like to fight in front of a big crowd like that and I'll take all that experience into the final. "I am a lot more experienced, a lot more grown up and I know what to expect."

Having secured a medal after overcoming Erandi de Silva of Sri Lanka in the last eight, Adams was seeking to assure herself a medal for the second successful multi-sport Games, and begun on the front foot.

Bujold had impressed herself in reaching the last-four but allowed several flashing shots to get through in the opening round as Adams grabbed the initiative.

But the English boxer was forced onto the back foot in round two, with decent combinations illuminating the Canadian's performance, defined by her quick movement around the ring.

The 27-year-old showed further signs of her speed in the penultimate round but was caught by a big Adams right-hand, which almost sent Bujold to the canvas.

The world No.1 then proved evasive in round four as Bujold came on the offensive, knowing she required a knock-out as the bout drew to a close, but Adams held out to prevail by a unanimous decision.