“The Canadian Gangster” is facing an uncertain future.

Olivier Aubin-Mercier suffered a third straight loss at UFC 240 this past weekend in Edmonton, Alberta, dropping a unanimous decision to Armenian prospect Arman Tsarukyan. The skid follows a four-fight win streak that had “OAM” looking like a potential contender at 155 pounds.

On Monday, Aubin-Mercier (11-5) issued a statement on social media in which he expressed his disappointment over his recent results and his plans to move forward with his career.

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Won’t lie, im hearthbroken. 3 consecutive L is not great, when you try to be the best in the world. I was more than ready and was better than ever, @arm_011 was simply the better man. I dont know what’s going to happen next. The only thing I know is that i’m not done. I will be back. I still think i’m getting better everyday, I’m healthy and I still have the passion to fight. I love my life and I’m proud of what I accomplished so far, this is just a pretty big bump in my career. I would like to thank my coaches @firas_zahabi @h2omma @levis.dlabrie @ryanortizo_onelegwonder @myologik_performance @georgesstpierre And I would like to thank you guys for the support. I love you all. Ciao. / Je ne vais pas mentir, j’ai le coeur brisé. 3 défaites de suite lorsque tu veux devenir le meilleur au monde, c’est pas bon. J’étais plus que prêt et j’étais meilleur que jamais. @arm_011 a simplement été le meilleur athlète. Je ne sais pas ce qui va arriver par la suite. La seule chose que je sais, c’est que je ne suis pas fini. Je vais revenir. Je crois que je m’améliore à chaque jour, je suis en santé et j’ai encore la passion. J’aime ma vie et je suis fier de ce que j’ai accompli. Ceci est juste un gros “nid de poule” dans ma carrière. J’aimerais remercier mes coachs @firas_zahabi @h2omma @levis.dlabrie @ryanortizo_onelegwonder @myologik_performance @georgesstpierre Et j’aimerais vous remercier pour votre support. Je vous aime tous. Ciao. #

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“Won’t lie, I’m heartbroken,” Aubin-Mercier wrote. “Three consecutive [losses] is not great, when you try to be the best in the world. I was more than ready and was better than ever, [Tsarukyan] was simply the better man. I don’t know what’s going to happen next.

“The only thing I know is that I’m not done. I will be back. I still think I’m getting better every day, I’m healthy and I still have the passion to fight. I love my life and I’m proud of what I accomplished so far, this is just a pretty big bump in my career.”

Aubin-Mercier, 30, finished his message by thanking his coaches and supporters.

A finalist on five years ago, Aubin-Mercier has gone on to compile a 7-5 record in the UFC. His three consecutive losses have come against Tsarukyan, Gilbert Burns, and Alexander Hernandez.