With 1% the final dataset. Did you see anyone claiming that the LHC absolutely has to find something beside the Higgs? Or, the much stronger claim, that it has to happen so early? I did not. We cannot. That is the whole point. The natural scale for the Higgs mass is at least the scale where new physics gets relevant. New physics at the TeV scale would put this closer to the observed Higgs mass. There are models that avoid this issue completely, of course, like the relaxion and similar approaches.