ESPN gave the world a gift last night during its broadcast of the Denver Broncos game against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Sideline reporter Sergio Dipp was introduced to the world towards the end of the first quarter, and sideline reporting might never be the same.
“The diversity in 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 tonight!,” Dipp enthusiastically told the ESPN audience.
There’s no way this guy actually works for ESPN pic.twitter.com/6u0xEu4xPL
— Eric Hubbs (@BarstoolHubbs) September 12, 2017
The internet reacted exactly as how we’d all expect.
Pretty sure I’ve read every Sergio Dipp tweet. Tears rolling down my face from laughter. The internet is magnificent.
— Matt (@MattF40) September 12, 2017
I’m old enough to remember Sergio Dipp’s very first TV appearance. pic.twitter.com/TcS47RmVb2
— Jarrod (@dolfan565) September 12, 2017
Ken Bone needs to give his red sweater to Sergio Dipp. We have a new king.
— chaps (@UncleChaps) September 12, 2017
Sergio Dipp walking into ESPN tomorrow pic.twitter.com/s8mY4mPkoL
— Don Juanson (@donjuanson34) September 12, 2017
If ESPN doesn’t use Sergio Dipp in the second half they’re missing out on a huge opportunity. Everyone loves a good comeback story.
— Michael David Smith (@MichaelDavSmith) September 12, 2017
I don’t know about you guys, but I’m all in on Sergio Dipp. The guy is straight entertainment and electricity. First night of Monday Night Football, and ESPN trots out this young dude to lead the way.
Clearly has absolutely no idea what he’s talking about, but we’re all captivated. ESPN is making a massive mistake if they don’t put him on TV at every opportunity. Imagine this dude during March Madness. The sound bites would be incredible. We also need this guy’s takes on college football.
I need a Sergio Dipp take on Nick Saban’s coaching career like I need air.
Congratulations, everybody. We all got to witness a star being born last night.