That's it. Somewhat disappointingly, the situation remains still open. Recall that TGD predicts that all Higgs components become longitudinal polarizations of massless particles in massivation. Entire scaled up hadron physics would replace Higgs in TGD Universe and guarantee unitarity. The pion of M89 hadron physics should have mass not far from 145 GeV and the above discussed graph enhances the optimism of TGD phanatic;-). It is nice to see the pieces of the puzzle to find their place.
In Quantum diaries of CERN there is an article What if it's not the Higgs?: maybe the title of the posting is inspired by some anticipation of the results represented by Tommaso. According to this article, the theories trying to explain matter antimatter asymmetry and produce quantum gravity have not been very successful. Typically they predict Higgs, Z' and (exotic) graviton decaying to b quark pair. Z' has appeared also as explanation of 145 GeV CDF bump (not seen by D0) about which everyone except me has been silent: the reason I cannot keep my mouth shut is that in TGD Universe the interpretation as M89 pion is natural and there are also indications for M89 ρ and ω with predicted masses. The decay characteristics distinguish between Higgs and Z' and also the decay to two gammas is something distinguishing pion like pseudoscalar state from Higgs. It seems that we must just patiently wait.