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Who is Sergio Dipp? Twitter roasts ESPN sideline reporter after horrific Monday Night Football debut (VIDEO)

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Welcome to the spotlight, Sergio Dipp.

The ESPN reporter has been with the Worldwide Leader since 2013, but didn’t know true fame until a sideline report gone wrong during Monday’s Los Angeles Chargers vs. Denver Broncos game.

Dipp, the sideline reporter for ESPN’s Monday Night Football broadcast, joined Beth Mowins and Rex Ryan on a team making its NFL broadcasting debut–both individually and as a team.

When Mowins sent it down to the field for a report on Broncos head coach Vance Joseph, Dipp could, well, barely get out 25 seconds worth of information. 

There’s no way this guy actually works for ESPN pic.twitter.com/6u0xEu4xPL

— Eric Hubbs (@BarstoolHubbs) September 12, 2017

While nerves likely played a major role, we’re talking about a professional broadcaster that has credentials in the business–most recently on ESPN Deportes.

Twitter, as you would expect, roasted Dipp.

Boom Goes the Dynamite Guy: I’ll never be overshadowed.

Sergio Dipp: Hold my beer

— Freezing Cold Takes (@OldTakesExposed) September 12, 2017

Need more Sergio Dipp. Gotta give us more

— Big Cat (@BarstoolBigCat) September 12, 2017

Replace the bottom score ticker with just a timer of when Sergio Dipp is returning to air. I’m not even kidding. https://t.co/MgohEDTCVp

— Sam Vecenie (@Sam_Vecenie) September 12, 2017

Ken Bone needs to give his red sweater to Sergio Dipp. We have a new king.

— chaps (@UncleChaps) September 12, 2017

Pretty sure I’ve read every Sergio Dipp tweet. Tears rolling down my face from laughter. The internet is magnificent.

— Matt (@MattF40) September 12, 2017

Here is the AP recap of the game:

DENVER (AP) — The rookie head coach iced the rookie kicker.

Shelby Harris got a hand on Younghoe Koo’s 44-yard game-tying field goal try with a second left and the Denver Broncos began the Vance Joseph