Sergio Dipp Bio, ESPN, Age, Height, Parents, Spouse, Children, Salary, and Net Worth

Who is Sergio Dipp?

Sergio Dipp is a Mexican sportscaster working for ESPN Deportes and ESPN International. He has been hosting a Latin American edition of SportsCenter and NFL Live alongside Cristina Alexander. Additionally, he covers the Mexico national football team for ESPN Deportes.

Sergio Dipp
Sergio Dipp

Also, Dipp has covered various sporting events like when sidelined a report on ESPN for Monday Night Football in 2017 and served as a commentator for the 2012 Summer Olympics. Further, he covered four Super Bowls (XLVIII, XLIX, 50, LI).

Sergio Dipp Date of Birth / Age

Dipp will be celebrating his 34th birthday on July 23rd, 2022. Therefore, he was born on July 23, 1988, as Sergio Alejandro Dipp Walthe in a place called Mexicali in Mexico. However, he later relocated to Monterrey, Nuevo Leon.

Sergio Dipp Height

Dipp stands at a height of approximately 5 feet and 7 inches tall.

Sergio Dipp Parents and Siblings

Dipp manages to keep information regarding his parents, siblings, and extended members of his family away from the limelight. We will however update this information once it’s available to the public.

Sergio Dipp Girlfriend/ Spouse / Wife

Dipp has a girlfriend called Martha Tena. He shares no more information to his girlfriend with the public. We will update this information once it’s available to the public.

Sergio Dipp Kids / Children

He has been blessed with one adorable child whose details are not available on social media. We will update this information once it’s available to the public.

Sergio Dipp Education

Dipp performed excellently and hence at age of  16 Years, he was enrolled in High School. Thereafter, he joined high school and successfully completed it. Dipp went to a college in Monterrey, Mexico where he took Communications. Additionally, he played American Football where he was listed as a defensive lineman. Sergio also went to a public US state university where he earned his   Bachelor’s Degree.

Sergio Dipp Career

Dipp is a Mexican sportscaster working for ESPN Deportes and ESPN International. He hosts a Latin American edition of SportsCenter and NFL Live alongside Cristina Alexander. Additionally, he covers the Mexico national football team for ESPN Deportes. Also, Dipp has covered various sporting events like when sidelined a report on ESPN for Monday Night Football in 2017 and served as a commentator for the 2012 Summer Olympics. Further, he covered four Super Bowls (XLVIII, XLIX, 50, LI).

Dipp joined the ESPN team in the year 2013 to work for their Spanish counterpart, ESPN Deportes. Moreover, In Week 11 of the NFL Season, Dipp was able to cover the Raiders vs. Patriots game in Mexico City. This was for NFL Live and ESPN Sunday Countdown. However, in 2017 ESPN started Monday Night Football with special back-to-back games where Rex Ryan, Beth Mowins, and Dipp called the second game. The first game was covered by Sean McDonough, Jon Gruden, and Lisa Salters.

Dipp stumbled over his words while updating on Bronco’s coach Vance Joseph as he reported from the sideline in the first quarter. This is what Dipp  said in the line “And here he is; having the time of his life!” Thereafter, Dipp trended widely on social media accounts and did avoid being on the air during the remaining part of the game. Later, Sergio ensured to give off-air reports concerning injuries and updates from the sidelines. He also ensured he, performed a post-game interview with Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian. Fortunately, when the game was over Dipp’s producer Tim Corrigan said he handled the situation with “class” and hence he has a “bright future.

How Much Does Sergio Dipp Earn?

Dipp earns an annual salary that ranges from $68,000-$130,000.

How Much is Sergio Dipp Worth?

As a sportscaster, Sergio has been able to accumulate a net worth that ranges from $1 million to $5 million.

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