Twitter Loses It Over the Atrocious Debut of Monday Night Football Sideline Reporter Sergio Dipp

So, during the second Monday Night Football game of the night between the Denver Broncos and Los Angeles Chargers, the world was introduced to sideline reporter Sergio Dipp. And we’ll never, ever, EVER be the same.

I mean, just imagine the “Boom Goes the Dynamite” kid, except that he was given a job at the Worldwide Leader and they unwittingly unleashed him upon a national audience during a primetime football game.

Yes, that was not a Funny or Die clip. That was real life.

As soon as Twitter got a hold of Dipp — who made his debut on MNF after years working for ESPN Deportes — they just couldn’t let go.

And Dipp himself even joined in the fun:

We can only hope that there is more Dipp to go around. (I’m so, so sorry.)

[image via screengrab]

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