BRONWYN Duff will be looking to get her professional boxing career off to a winning start on Friday.

The 24-year-old will make her debut in the paid ranks on the Back To The Future show which will see Ryan Martin face Nikoloz Gvajava in the main event at the MECA in Regent Circus.

Duff, who will be competing in the bantamweight division, started boxing six years ago under the guidance of Paddy Fitzpatrick and she says that she has seen many changes in herself since lacing up the gloves.

“I have had a massive change since I first started,” said Duff. “Emotionally, I conduct myself a lot better now, I keep it together a lot stronger than I was.

“It is an emotional game as well as a physical game.

“There are always nerves, if you didn’t have nerves then there would be something wrong.”

Having gone through the amateurs and the white collar circuit, Duff, who will be joined by stablemate Bec Connolly is making her professional debut, says the ultimate aim is to will some form of title.

“We are going to be planning on fighting around two or three times a year to get some experience, ” she said. “Like any professional boxer, I want to be a champion – tthat is my aim, one day I will get there.”

Tickets for the show are priced £35 standard and £65 VIP with Trifecta promising to donate a proportion of the ticket money to Macmillan Cancer Support, who are holding their world’s biggest coffee morning on the same day.