Thiago Santos refuses to be overly harsh on himself after another difficult loss in the UFC on ESPN 40 main event.

Santos (22-11 MMA, 14-10 UFC) suffered his fifth loss in his past six fights on Saturday when he succumbed

to a fourth-round TKO loss against Jamahal Hill (11-1 MMA, 5-1 UFC)

in a back-and-forth fight at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas. The bout received

Fight of the Night honors, but ultimately “Marreta” didn’t get the result he wanted.

The past few years have generated some disappointing defeats for Santos,

, but the Brazilian said he’s determined to keep pushing forward and show that

he can be better inside the octagon (via Twitter):

After pushing then-champ Jon Jones to the brink of a split decision at UFC 239 in July 2019,