UFC lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez has vowed to finish Conor McGregor inside two rounds when the pair meet at UFC 205 in Madison Square Garden on November 12. McGregor, the UFCs reigning featherweight champion, is attempting to make history by becoming the first champion in the promotions history to hold two belts simultaneously.It is a feat McGregor was scheduled to attempt against former champion Rafael dos Anjos at UFC 196 in March, but the Brazilian injured his foot and the Irishman went on to lose by second-round submission to replacement opponent Nate Diaz. Watch Now TV Watch Sky Sports for just ￡6.99. No contract. McGregor avenged that defeat in August with a majority-decision victory in his rematch with Diaz but Alvarez has seen a chink in the 28-year-olds armour and he intends to exploit it in New York in just over two weeks.I think we do it under the nine minute mark, Alvarez told FOX Sports. Big, big heavy shots, he goes down and then submission.I can see it ending much like the (Nate) Diaz fight where I land the heavy shot and then I finish with a submission. Nate Diaz (L) and Conor McGregor battle during their welterweight rematch McGregors rematch with Diaz is a frontrunner for fight of the year and the Notorious One earned many plaudits for the manner in which he battled through adversity during the back-and-forth battle.After dropping Diaz three times during the first two rounds, McGregor took some heavy punishment in the third before bouncing back in the fourth to re-establish his supremacy. He did just enough in the fifth to seal the win.Rarely in McGregors rapid rise to UFC superstardom has he been tested in such a fashion but Alvarez plans to do so again and he is confident McGregor will wilt under the pressure.From what Ive seen in the past and what hes done in the past, (his heart) is very questionable and Im not the only one whos questioned it, Alvarez said.I think he has quit in him and I think it takes a tad of adversity and him to get into a little bit of a fight to pull it out of him.On November 12, Im going to pull it out of him and Im going to show it to millions of people and the crowd. Everybodys going to see it. Were going to reveal the quit.You can watch Premier League football, plus Englands tour of Bangladesh and the Mexican Grand Prix on Sky Sports. Upgrade now and enjoy six months at half price! Also See: McGregor may vacate UFC title Why is Rousey fighting Nunes? 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Ireland and Afghanistan were to be the first Associate teams in the second tier, but there would have been the chance for the others to break into the second tier through a promotion and relegation system.- Better competitiveness in Test cricket with closer-matched teams playing each other, making it a more interesting contest for fans. For example, West Indies at No. 8 in the rankings would be able to play third-placed Australia only if they beecame competitive enough to climb into the top tier.ddddddddddddDrawbacks- A danger of widening the gulf between the top and bottom sides. Without playing higher-ranked teams, there was the chance the Full Members in the bottom tier would struggle to improve their Test cricket. Also, without the incentive of playing the best opponents, players might have increasingly been lost to the T20 circuit.- A concern the rich would become richer and the poor would become poorer. 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