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Sergio Dipp becomes national hero after groundbreaking ‘MNF’ sideline report

Last night on the late edition of Monday Night Football, a couple broadcasters made their debuts in the booth. Beth Mowins became the first woman to do play-by-play on MNF in almost 30 years (shouts out to Beth), Rex Ryan has gone from the sideline to the booth and has very bad suits, but one man has grabbed headlines and national attention from the other debutants.

It’s my pleasure to introduce Sergio mothafuckin’ Dipp.

Dipp was working for both ESPN Deportes and ESPN broadcasts, a massively impressive feat on its own. Towards the end of the first quarter, Dipp delivered his first report on ESPN about new Broncos head coach Vance Joseph.

The rest is history.

Here’s a transcript of the amazing work from Dipp,

“Beth, coach, it’s a pleasure to be with you guys, here on the field, from up close, just watching Coach Vance Joseph from here. You watch him now on the screen.”

Just watchin’ him on the screen.

Dipp went on,

“His diversity and his background is helping him a lot tonight. Quarterback at Colorado, defensive back in the NFL, and here he is, having the time of his life, this night making his head coaching debut.”


In-game sideline reports are usually about the most meaningless part of an entire broadcast but Sergio Dipp has come out of nowhere and absolutely changed the game.

Dipp immediately went viral, which is pretty surprising as I did not expect anyone to be watching the Chargers Broncos game starting at 10:15.

Reactions varied from mild horror to adoration.


ESPN has found the solution to their falling ratings…

Some compared yung Dipp to legendary “Boom Goes The Dynamite” kid

Sergio’s colleagues weighed in…

And alas, our new overlord responded to the sudden attention

This video is beautiful, we love you Sergio Dipp

I don’t know much but I know I need Sergio Dipp on all the broadcasts from now on. Dude is an American hero.