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On three different fight cards tomorrow night in Europe, three boxing road warriors, Brian Magee, Carson Jones and Fulgencua Zuniga, will all leave their home countries to fight in their opponents back yard. Let's take a look at how many times Magee, Jones and Zuniga have been the "away" fighter.

Brian Magee - Fought Vitaliy Tsypko in Germany, Mads Larsen in Denmark, Lucian Bute in Canada, Jamie Barboza in Costa Rica, Rudy Markussen in Denmark and now Mikkel Kessler in Denmark.

Chances of victory tomorrow night - He's quite rightly the under-dog, but it's a winnable fight for him. He's in his prime and has a good two fight win streak going. Kessler has fought at a much higher level, but he's past his prime and has had several long lay-off's and injury problems.

Carson Jones - Fought Roberto Garcia in Texas, Jesus Soto Karass in California, Said Ouali in Las Vegas, Kell Brook in Sheffield and he was scheduled to fight Lee Purdy in London, but will now fight Dean Byrne in London.

Chances of victory - Carson Jones should win this fight. He's fighting Dean Byrne, a guy who lost to a 5-0 fighter earlier this year. Jones has proved himself to be a world level fighter and he should have way too much for Byrne. Purdy would have been a much bigger test for Jones.

Fulgencua Zuniga - Fought Daniel Santos in Puerto Rico, Kelly Pavlik in Las Vegas, Denis Inkin in Germany, Lucian Bute in Canada, Tavoris Cloud in Florida, Alejandro Berrio in Columbia, Thomas Oosthuizen in South Africa and now James DeGale in Hull, England.

Chances of victory - Out of the three "road warriors", I think Zuniga has the least chance of winning tomorrow night. He has come up short each time he has fought at world level. His last fight was only one month ago, and that was a wide unanimous decision loss to rising prospect, Thomas Oosthuizen. Zuniga should be in contention for upset of the year if he beats DeGale.

So there we have it, three of boxing's true road warriors in action tomorrow night. Who will come home with the "W"?