(This story first was published at USATODAY.com.) When Conor McGregor went on a rampage in Brooklyn two weeks ago, UFC President Dana White fumed that it was the “most disgusting” incident in UFC history. The last time White was so angered by one of his fighters was in 2010, when British mixed martial artist Paul Daley punched rival Josh Koscheck after the fight was over as retribution for taunting him during a defeat at UFC 113. It took White less than 72 hours to change direction on McGregor and describe their relationship as one of “mutual respect,” but Daley remains banned from the organization. “Was what McGregor did worse?