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Conor McGregor claims he will finish off Eddie Alvarez in one round when UFC makes its debut in New York this weekend. The Irish featherweight champion is bidding to make history against Alvarez by becoming the first man to hold two UFC titles at the same time.McGregor, who knocked out Jose Aldo in 13 seconds to win the 145lb title in December, challenges Alvarez for his lightweight crown in the first UFC event staged in the Big Apple and the first in the state since a 19-year ban on the sport was lifted. Conor McGregor takes Eddie Alvarezs lightweight belt during the UFC 205 press conference at Madison Square Garden Notorious, wearing a long mink coat, arrived fashionably late for Thursdays pre-fight press conference and played up to the 1,300-strong crowd by snatching the Americans lightweight belt from where he had been sitting.Alvarez, who had left the stage due to McGregors absence, returned and retrieved his belt before the pair traded insults. The Dubliner then upped the stakes by raising a chair above his head and prepared to throw it at his rival. UFC president Dana White stops McGregor from throwing a chair at Alvarez UFC president Dana White intervened and once order was restored McGregor, who returns to the Octagon after gaining revenge over welterweight Nate in their rematch in August, predicted victory would cement his name in UFC history. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for just ￡6.99. No contract. This just puts it even more in stone, said McGregor. A second belt, its never been done. No one has ever come close, no one has attempted it. My legacy [is that] Ill be immortalised after this.Im trying to live in the moment right now, this is such an historic event. Ill get the second world title.I believe that I will put this man away, but I am prepared for five rounds. I predict that I will rearrange his face. Hes too easy to hit. I think [Ill beat him] in one round. If he can hold out and take it to the trenches, Ill take my hat off to him. But he will never be the same again. Alvarez has vowed to silence McGregors fans Alvarez was embroiled in a number of verbal exchanges with McGregor before confidently stating: Ive always been the underground king in this sport.He added: I just have this belt and no ones getting it from me. Im prepared to completely destroy Conor McGregor and silence this whole damn crowd. Also See: Is McGregors charm back? Joanna: UFCs new Rousey UFC star Jones banned for year McMahon wants Rousey in WWE Youth Venezuela Jerseys . The Olympic champion curler and TSN curling analyst immediately went online to look at the Halls long list of honoured members. Thats when the enormity of the honour sunk in. Wholesale Venezuela Jerseys . 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Parker had 15 points and a career playoff-high 18 assists, Duncan scored San Antonios first six points of overtime and the Spurs bounced back after squandering a 13-point lead in the fourth quarter to beat the Memphis Grizzlies 93-89 on Tuesday night. "I hate that we gave up that big of a lead in that situation," Duncan said. "But we were resilient enough to go to overtime and not let it affect us." Duncan opened the extra period with a layup, and then made a tiebreaking putback on Parkers missed jumper. He then made a runner that bounced high of the back iron and rattled in for a 91-87 lead with 1:08 to play. The Grizzlies had a chance to tie after Jerryd Bayless hit a jumper and Parker missed one of two free throws with 14.6 seconds left, but Bayless 3-pointer from the left wing was off-target. Memphis has fallen behind in all three playoff series so far, including rallying from an 0-2 deficit in the first round against the Los Angeles Clippers. Game 3 is Saturday in Memphis. "Were in the same boat we were when we left L.A. Were down 0-2. Weve got to go home and take care of business at home," coach Lionel Hollins said. "Its not going to be easy, but thats where we are." Bayless and Mike Conley each had 18 points to lead Memphis. Duncan had 17 points and nine rebounds, missing most of the second half with foul trouble before coming up with the key baskets in overtime -- even if it wasnt by design. "It was just what was there more than anything," he said. Memphis stormed back from a 13-point deficit with a 15-2 run over the final 8 minutes of regulation to tie it at 85 on Conleys runner in the lane with 18.2 seconds to play. The Grizzlies got the chance to pull even after Manu Ginobili was called for a flagrant foul for pulling down Tony Allen by his left arm on a fast-break layup try. Allen hit both free throws and Memphis got possession, setting up Conleys tying basket at the end of a string of seven straight Grizzlies points. But Memphis, which trailed by as much as 18 in the second half, could never pull ahead. Up until the final stretch, Parker had been in control for 2 1/2 quarters. Parker kept San Antonio humming along after Duncan went to the bench with four fouls, the last three picked up within a span of 30 seconds, early in the third quarter. Parker provided the assist on the Spurs first seven baskets of the second half, and then scored the next two on mid-range jumpers before getting pulled for a rest with a 72-54 lead. The Grizzlies mounted a 16-6 comeback while Parker was on the bench, getting as close as 78-70 after Zach Randolph scored inside following back-to-back Bayless jumpers. Parker checked back in and soon had the lead growing again, ducking under Darrell Arthur to hit a floater and then knocking down a 3-pointer from the right wing to make it 83-70 with 8:14 to play..ddddddddddddBut then Parker finally went cold, missing five straight shots down the stretch as the Grizzlies rallied back. He had 14 assists in the second and third quarters and went past his career-high for the regular season of 17 during overtime. "He was unbelievable," Duncan said. "I know hes exhausted. We asked a lot of him. He was controlling the ball every time down the floor and he was making every right play there was. "He was finding people, and people knocked down shots for him." After Game 1, Memphis guards outlined a game plan that involved picking up their defence earlier on Parker to keep him from getting into the lane and putting the Grizzlies into the scramble mode that allowed San Antonio to hit a franchise playoff record 14 3-pointers in the opener. It wasnt until late that any of their plans started working. "Hes a Hall of Fame guard, people. Hes been around, hes done great things in his career," Hollins said. "He just controlled the pace and got in the paint, found open guys. ... We battled him, though, and we wound up being in the game." But then, Duncan -- who missed a potential winning jumper from the left wing at the end of regulation -- took over. The Spurs put all five starters in double figures, getting 14 points from Tiago Splitter, 12 from Kawhi Leonard and 11 from Danny Green. Randolph had 15 points and 18 rebounds after a two-point performance in Game 1, his lowest-scoring effort all season. Marc Gasol had 12 points and 14 rebounds. Hollins talked before the game about wanting the Grizzlies -- getting increased attention in their first Western Conference finals appearance -- to avoid being like a boy in junior high school who suddenly decides he needs to change once he gets noticed by a pretty girl. 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