Twitter cringed at his Monday Night Football debut. Sergio Dipp offered a heartbreaking response.
Sergio Dipp in a video posted on his Twitter account Tuesday morning.(Photo: Twitter)The internet can be a cruel place. If you're a public figure and mess up, you'll be a meme in minutes.ESPN reporter Sergio Dipp found this out all too well Monday night, making an (unfortunately) memorable debut on Monday Night Football. Sergio Dipp, you're doing great pic.twitter.com/iJ3YmkU0Lh— Dillon Cheverere (@DCheverere) September 12, 2017Of course, the internet internetted really hard.The man's name is Sergio Dipp. And he's the only sideline reporter I ever want to hear from in any sport ever again.— Ross Bolen (@WRBolen) September 12, 2017Need more Sergio Dipp. Gotta give us more— Big Cat (@BarstoolBigCat) September 12, 2017Replace the bottom score ticker with just a timer of when Sergio Dipp is returning to air. Iâm not even kidding. https://t.co/MgohEDTCVp— Sam Vecenie (@Sam_Vecenie) September 12, 2017Here ESPN was worried about Robert Lee getting crushed and Twitter ruining his careerâŚthen they trot out Sergio Dipp pic.twitter.com/2HJrDqDd18— Busted Coverage (@bustedcoverage) September 12, 2017When itâs been like 2 hours and Sergio Dipp hasnât been on your TV pic.twitter.com/vZ3gsXL05Z— Pete Blackburn (@PeteBlackburn) September 12, 2017Boom Goes the Dynamite Guy: I'll never be overshadowed.Sergio Dipp: Hold my beer— Freezing Cold Takes (@OldTakesExposed) September 12, 2017Sergio Dipp: How do you guys think my first update went???Entire world: pic.twitter.com/QFJHl72013— KFC (@KFCBarstool) September 12, 2017Good sideline reporting there by Sergio Dipp— SportsShitNoOneSays (@SNOSSports) September 12, 2017Dipp even got in on the fun.