Sport Five things to know about 'Monday Night Football' sideline reporter Sergio Dipp

08:31  12 september  2017
08:31  12 september  2017 Source:   sportingnews.com

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ESPN’s Monday Night Football kicks off tonight with another season-opening doubleheader. Here are 5 Things fans should know going into the two games. She will be paired with new ESPN studio analyst Rex Ryan and sideline reporter Sergio Dipp of ESPN Deportes.

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© (Getty Images) "Monday Night Football" logo Sergio Dipp is getting a lot of flack for his awkward sideline report during ESPN's "Monday Night Football" broadcast of Chargers-Broncos, but there's more to know about him than that live TV moment.

There are five things to know, in fact:

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1. His full name is Sergio Alejandro Dipp Walther. He was born in Mexicali, Mexico, in 1988 and attended university in Monterrey, where he studied communications.

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2. He began working in media in 2009 while he was still in university, and he joined ESPN Deportes in 2013. He covered the London Olympics in 2012 and the Packers-Steelers Super Bowl in 2011.

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ESPN’s Monday Night Football kicks off tonight with another season-opening doubleheader. Here are 5 Things fans should know going into the two games. She will be paired with new ESPN studio analyst Rex Ryan and sideline reporter Sergio Dipp of ESPN Deportes.

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3. He was a football player himself. In Mexico. He was listed as a defensive lineman.

4. He covers the other football, too; the world's football. One of his biggest coups as a reporter was getting an in-depth story with Mexican soccer star Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez in Germany. If you want to hear Dipp do work in his native language, check out this clip:

5. He appears to have a good sense of humor:

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