Last night the world was introduced to new ESPN sideline reporter Sergio Dipp during Monday Night Football. As you see above, it wasn't the best debut ever. The internet wasn't too kind to Sergio after, but he wasn't going to let that take away from his big day...


Then things got real dramatic...



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ESPN was too giddy over having a broad in the booth, and a dude on the sideline to give two shits about what it sounded like. Beth Owens!!!??? LOL!! Enjoy watching those ratings sink into the sea. This is as bad as Dennis Miller, except worse because you know the true meaning behind it. They need to train all you Neanderthals in the way of progressivism. Get enough chicks involved with football, and the sport is dead. They'll kill it cause feels..
Reply13 days
Its like if Chris Farley's interview character became a sideline reporter.
Reply13 days
Sergio Dipp shite. I'd creampie his girlfriend though.
Reply13 days
ESPN was so excited to have a woman broadcaster then it was overshadowed by this.
Reply13 days
Legitimately thought he had special needs when I heard it. So a woman calling a Monday Night Football game and a Hispanic soccer analyst on the sideline? ESPN is way too politically correct .
Reply13 days
The networks, and more importantly, the people who control them are absolutely obsessed with promoting their political agenda. This will be the downfall of the NFL and eventually college football. ESPN is taking the institutional culture of NFL football and completely turning it inside out. Just for the sake of diversity do they hire a female play by play announcer though she has never played a down of football in her life. Just for the sake of diversity did they hire a Mexican American as a sideline reporter who I guarantee you has never played a down of football in his life. He contributed nothing to the telecast except a sappy and emotional diatribe about having two black coaches. Why do they have to make it an issue? Hopefully the two coaches were hired because they were the best candidates, and that should be the end of it. Watching the LSU game the other night, they had an ugly white guy as the sideline reporter - but he gave the best sideline reports I've heard in a long time. Sure, I'd rather look at Allie LaForce or Laura Rutledge, but just put the camera on them - they don't even need to say anything. As for ESPN's agenda pushing practices, the middle class will only put up with this crap for so long, and this will spill over into college football. The masses will tune out, stop attending games and buying licensed goods.
Reply14 days
The networks, and more importantly, the people who control them are absolutely obsessed with promoting their political agenda. This will be the downfall of the NFL and eventually college football. ESPN is taking the institutional culture of NFL football and completely turning it inside out. Just for the sake of diversity do they hire a female play by play announcer though she has never played a down of football in her life. Just for the sake of diversity did they hire a Mexican American as a sideline reporter who I guarantee you has never played a down of football in his life. He contributed nothing to the telecast except a sappy and emotional diatribe about having two black coaches. Why do they have to make it an issue? Hopefully the two coaches were hired because they were the best candidates, and that should be the end of it. Watching the LSU game the other night, they had an ugly white guy as the sideline reporter - but he gave the best sideline reports I've heard in a long time. Sure, I'd rather look at Allie LaForce or Laura Rutledge, but just put the camera on them - they don't even need to say anything. As for ESPN's agenda pushing practices, the middle class will only put up with this crap for so long, and this will spill over into college football. The masses will tune out, stop attending games and buying licensed goods.
Reply14 days
Holy wall of text x 2
14 days
Only in America can you fail up. Sergio is completely unqualified for this job.
Reply14 days
Moar Sergio.....on the screen.......on the television!
Reply14 days
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