Meet the new lineup that will narrate Monday Night Football for Latin America

Meet the new lineup that will narrate Monday Night Football for Latin America

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Monday Night Football has new voices for Latin America and a luxury team that will bring the excitement of the games of the nfl.

In the new team that will take the lead, the return of Sergio Dipp and the dumbbell in the analysis that it will do with Rebeca Landa, the Mexican flag football team, who won the gold medal with the Aztecs at the 2022 World Games. Both will contribute their knowledge and experience in the sport to enhance the experience of the Latino public that follows the broadcast.

The quartet will complement it Katia Castorena and John Sutcliffetwo great figures in journalism who join as field and on-site reporters, respectively.

It’s worth remembering that Dipp and Landa already demonstrated good chemistry when they worked together in the booth as the main commentary team for ESPN Deportes’ coverage of the XFL 2023, so audience reception is expected to continue to be positive.

“Rebeca and Sergio bring a unique combination of knowledge, experience and charisma that resonates with fans of Hispanic origin and their passion for the NFL. Together with the perspectives and excellent level of reporters of Katia and John, each week they will offer an incomparable broadcast experience to our viewers”, explained Rodolfo Martinez, senior vice president of production for ESPN International and ESPN Deportes.

This new lineup will make its debut on September 11, when the new york jets receive the buffalo billsin a broadcast that will begin at 8:15 pm ET.

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