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Sergio Dipp explains his awkward 'Monday Night Football' sideline moment

Sergio Dipp, the world’s most awkward-slash-lovable “Monday Night Football” commentator, is working his way through the internet news cycle, and right now he’s in the peek-behind-the-curtain phase. Dipp made Twitter history on Monday night when he stammered through a heartfelt but cringeworthy sideline sequence. Twitter roasted him as only Twitter can, and on Tuesday morning, Dipp offered up his own perspective on the night.
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