Dipp's first huge opportunity just happened to also be the first time two African-American head coaches - Vance Joseph with the Denver Broncos and Anthony Lynn with the L.A. Chargers - made their own regular-season debuts in the same National Football League game, something the Mexican-American tried to hit on in his English-language report.
The Monday Night Football fumble that blew up the internet had nothing to do with any on-field turnover in the Los Angeles Chargers' nationally-televised loss to the Denver Broncos.
Early in the broadcast, cameras cut to Dipp on the sidelines as he talked about Vance Joseph.
But Dipp killed it on Tuesday when he released a statement when he became what ESPN cherishes the most.
You'll get 'em next week, Serge.
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"Growing up in the American environment as a minority, a minority like head coaches Vance Joseph and Anthony Lynn", Dipp says. During what ended up being his only sideline report of the night on Monday, he seemed nervous and might have been struggling with speaking over the noise in the stadium. There was just something endearing about him.
Dipp immediately went viral, which is pretty surprising as I did not expect anyone to be watching the Chargers Broncos game starting at 10:15.
Someone at ESPN thought that Sergio Dipp was ready for prime time during the second of its two Monday Night Football contests last night.
"I love you, respect you, but mainly I really admire you, brother!" He tweeted a screen grab of the Google search page with the words "how to deal with fame" and a crying with laughter emoji.