It was the most cringe-worthy yet awesome sideline report of all-time back in September when a then unknown ESPN reporter Sergio Dipp gave some in depth analysis on Denver Broncos head coach Vance Joseph. WTF???pic.twitter.com/55yGxF6xkg — Fake SportsCenter (@FakeSportsCentr) September 12, 2017 Dipp hadn’t been seen much after that viral moment, but that will all change […]
It was well over a month ago when sideline reporter Sergio Dipp made a name for himself during the second quarter of a game between the Los Angeles Chargers and Denver Broncos. He was clearly nervous and it made for great TV as he gave the most awkward sideline report of all-time, capped out by […]
Dipp became a star on ‘Monday Night Football’ after saying Joseph was having the time of his life. ESPN’s Monday Night Football opened the season in Denver, where Sergio Dipp became a star after his segment on Broncos head coach Vance Joseph. Dipp was nervous as he talked about Joseph. Show More Summary
It’s been three weeks since Sergio Dipp gave America a true viral moment during Monday Night Football back in Week 1. In what was a shaky sideline report, Dipp tried to give some background on Denver Broncos head coach Vance Joseph:Show More Summary
Big bounce-backs and classy moves trumped the dubious decisions in Week 2
Craig Carton news extravaganza In the aftermath of the Craig Carton arrest, Carton resigned from WFAN after his arrest. He denied he was involved in a Ponzi scheme. Boomer Esiason lamented the loss of his on-air partner. Boomer addressed...Show More Summary
One minute Sergio Dipp was struggling his way through a cringeworthy Monday Night Football segment, the next his name was going viral for all the wrong reasons. But while the ESPN reporter has vowed to come back and do better, I already see one positive coming out of his highly-publicized meltdown. Show More Summary
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. Show More Summary
Sergio Dipp’s fame rose after a sideline report on “Monday Night Football.” (ESPN screen shot) Sideline reports are generally forgettable. They’re wallpaper during the broadcast. Even the informative ones about injuries or strategy don’t become famous. Show More Summary
You just witnessed the entire reporting career of Sergio Dipp.
Following Twitter criticism of Sergio Dipp’s sideline reporting Monday night, Dipp’s ESPN colleague Bob Ley took to the airwaves to defend him Tuesday. As part of his “The Bob Ley Take” segment on Outside The Lines, Ley talked aboutShow More Summary
(Scott Johnson) Someone at ESPN thought that Sergio Dipp was ready for prime time during the second of its two Monday Night Football contests last night. And who, you might ask even if you saw the game, is Sergio Dipp? The Washington...Show More Summary
Monday night, Americans across the country met a new human meme — and no, it wasn’t Ted Cruz. Sergio Dipp, an ESPN sideline reporter, made a splash in the opening quarter of this season’s first “Monday Night Football” game with a speech so halting many thought it sounded more humanoid than human. “Folks, it’s a […]
“Hopefully I’ll have another chance.”
Last night a 29-year-old Mexican-American sports reporter named Sergio Dipp made his national television debut on Monday Night Football. Sadly, it did not go as well as he had hoped. Dipp stumbled right out of the gate, bumbling phrases and injecting awkward pauses into his report. He eventually found his footing and finished strong, but by then […]
ESPN's Sergio Dipp made quite the splash on social media following his Monday Night Football debut.