Sport ESPN reporter Dipp wants another shot at MNF sideline gig

18:51  12 september  2017
18:51  12 september  2017 Source:   theScore

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

  Five things to know about 'Monday Night Football' sideline reporter Sergio Dipp ESPN Deportes reporter Sergio Dipp had a rough moment on "Monday Night Football," but there's more to him than that live TV moment. There are five things to know, in fact: 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. MORE: Chargers-Broncos live updates | Live box score 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 2011.3.

Sergio Dipp -- who became famous Monday night for his epically terrible ' MNF ' sideline report -- says he wants another shot to cover the NFL assuring the viewers he'll do better next time! Dipp rose to social media superstardom during the 1st half of the Chargers, Broncos game -- ESPN cameras cut to

ESPNU and the SEC Network will be televising the Big Blue Bahamas tour.

  ESPN reporter Dipp wants another shot at MNF sideline gig © Ron Chenoy / USA TODAY Sports Doing live TV is never easy, despite how some veterans of the craft can make it look.

ESPN sideline reporter Sergio Dipp stepped up to the challenge on Monday Night Football and brought his own unique style to the broadcast. Dipp normally works for ESPN Deportes, but was called into the action for the season opener between the Denver Broncos and Los Angeles Chargers.

Dipp then took to Twitter on Tuesday morning hoping for another crack at Monday Night Football and explaining his enthusiastic approach to his sideline hit the previous evening.

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