ESPN sideline reporter Sergio Dipp’s first Monday Night Football appearance and national television debut was a rough one to say the least.

Dipp was working the game between the Los Angeles Chargers and Denver Broncos, which was an incredible game. However, his first segment did not go according to plan.

Dipp was seemingly nervous. He struggled to produce sentences while attempting to introduce Denver’s first-year coach Vance Joseph. However, to Dipp’s credit, he powered through and finished the segment.

The video of Dipp’s segment appeared on Twitter:

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And as one might expect, he was ridiculed for his segment.

 

However, Dipp seemed to laugh off the incident. Later that night, he shared a humorous tweet asking how to deal with fame:

 

Dipp would later post a heartfelt video Tuesday morning recapping his struggling debut with the hope to earn more opportunities to prove himself.

However, although Dipp was a newcomer to MNF, he has been working for ESPN since 2013, working primarily on ESPN Deportes.

It is good to see Dipp take the incident in stride.