Twitter can’t get enough of ESPN’s new Monday Night Football sideline reporter
On Monday night, we got some idea thanks to the Monday Night Football debut of sideline reporter Sergio Dipp.
Dipp previously worked for ESPN Deportes — but was given a shot at a high profile role on one of the network’s most watched programs.
Michael Davis Smith, Managing Editor of Pro Football Talk, tweeted, “If ESPN doesn’t use Sergio Dipp in the second half they’re missing out on a huge opportunity.
A man by the name of “Jason” tweeted, “Sergio Dipp for White House Communications Director.”
Podcaster Sam Vecenie urged ESPN to “replace the bottom score ticker with just a timer of when Sergio Dipp is returning to air.