The Internet Fell In Love With Sergio Dipp
Every now and again, there is a broadcaster who comes along that makes everyone’s life better. Sergio Dipp holds that honor after Monday’s game between Los Angeles and Denver. Dipp was the sideline reporter for tonight’s game, and he took the role from John Sutcliffe who electrified a nation a couple years ago. The new ESPN sideline reporter had trouble with his first on-screen appearance, but he fought his way through it plus he responded on Twitter in the best way possible.
It's great how ESPN gives back and lets kids like Sergio Dipp pretend to be sideline reporters during #MNF. pic.twitter.com/nRcbZ0Q7B9
— Austin (@AustinCTweets) September 12, 2017
This guy was an electric factory to say the least. I know people wanted to shame us because Dipp is speaking his second language, but that’s 2017 for you. Everyone looks for a chance to suck the fun out of a topic because we all can’t be happy. He took it in stride which I think makes it the best part of it. As someone who use to get picked on for being fat, you had to start laughing at people, or everyone would think you’re a mad man. When I started making personal fat jokes, the game changed.
— Sergio Dipp (@SergioADippW) September 12, 2017
Be more like Sergio and I, and live a better life.