Twitter Reactions: The World Is Introduced To Mexican TV Reporter Vanessa Huppenkothen

There was plenty of intrigue going into the Brazil-Mexico match-up today, but most of that intrigue turned into lustful curiosity when this lady showed up on TV screens across the world during the match…

Let’s check out some of the best reactions from Twitter regarding this lovely lady…



  1. Neil Hudweller

    June 18, 2014 at 11:14 am

    Dear Non-soccer fan:

    So you like the other popular games.
    The one where 15 people per team of guys all padded up with R23 insulation under the jersey
    with a ball the shape crushed un a 4 wheeler.
    Each time one guy gets the ball the other 29 pile on top of him. If he gets away he is pulled down by his shirt, tackle his feet, anything goes to him down. I better watch bullfighting. Stricter rules.

    Then there is the game with two teams of six made of 7ft 6in oversized guys. One gets the ball, the two teams move to opposite end wher the panel wit a ring and a fishing net is. The ball is showed in ring. The other team gets the ball. Both teams move to the other side where the ball is shoved in the ring unless the 8ft.0in guy puts his hand up and covers the ring. And teams move to the other side back and fourth for a total score of 121 to 119. The best of the game is that the spectators get to vent their life frustrations screaming from top of their lungs ..”Defense..
    defense…” accompanied by drums, trumpets, zydeco clothes washers, timbales, bicycle horns, anything that makes loud noise.
    Some game !

    Oh, and then there is the game with the guy swinging a stick, a guy scratching his crotch
    and a guy in the middle who spits on his fingers and wipes them on his cap bill. He has a little ball behind his back he twist and twist, looks furtively left and right and throws the ball trying to hit the kneeling guy on his crotch. There are a bunch of other guys scattered around standing and twiddling their fingers waiting for the guy in the middle to finish his fingers toilet and throws the ball. When or IF the guy with the swinging stick hits the ball he drops the stick and runs away. What can be more exciting then that.

    I think I go and take a walk in the park. Better way to spend my life. You, non-futbal fan keep on watching. Maybe you will get it some day why hundreds of millions people world wide like the game called FUTBAL. And they have REAL WORL SERIES where teams for 121 nations,
    USA included, compete to play in the finals.

    • anthonyg

      June 18, 2014 at 12:27 pm

      Neil, Neil, Neil, where do i start with you.
      First of all, why do you feel the need to bash sports that you don’t care for. If you don’t like them, why bother wasting your time trashing them.
      Football, a game played with 11 men on each side, is probably the most complex game there is. If you watch a game, you’ll see that it isn’t a game where one guy has the ball and everybody else tries to tackle him. It’s basically chess.
      Basketball, is a game where the 5 players on each team run up and down the court trying to get the ball through the net. Wait, what does that sound like; it sounds alot like soccer, except that in bball, they actully score more than two or three times.
      And lastly baseball, where it can be argued that it takes more skill to play baseball more than any other sport. Yea sure, it can be dull at some times, but when its good, it is great, which is most of the time. It is much more than someone throwing a ball to a guy trying to hit it.
      Neil, what you said about these three sports can be said about any sport. Lets do this with soccer. Soccer is a game where a bunch of dudes run up and down a field kicking a ball, attempting to get a ball in to a rather large net, but failing miserably and the games end in ties most of the time.
      Well i’ve wrote a lot here, so go enjoy your World Cup.

    • Flores

      June 19, 2014 at 9:40 am

      Neil- You bashing other sports, is making you look as bad as those that bash futbol. Just because people don’t have the same sports interest as you doesn’t mean they’re wrong.

  2. Eric

    June 18, 2014 at 11:55 am


    All of what you described still sounds better than spending hours watching men run around kicking a ball only to see it end in a 0-0 tie.

  3. Adri

    June 18, 2014 at 12:21 pm

    A sport in which two teams “take on” each other in an oversized field with oversized nets, moving a ball at the slowest possible pace, in which the minimum contact leaves a player writhing on the field, and in which after 90 minutes no one has managed to score, certainly is loved by the millions on this planet. Not to mention that scoring a goal is an occasion for a ridiculously long and elaborated celebration worthy of Independence Day for each country, after which the pace of the game slows even more because the team that scored wants to keep the ball away from the other team. Yeah, I get it, I’m overcome with excitement.

  4. Steven

    June 18, 2014 at 1:08 pm

    Soccer is hard, baseball is hard, basketball is hard, football is hard…all sports are hard. What I have a problem with are golfers receiving Athlete of the Year awards.

    • Tom

      June 18, 2014 at 5:02 pm

      Steven, have you ever played a round of golf. Definitely takes more skill and finesse than any other sport.

      • Steven

        June 18, 2014 at 5:21 pm

        You win. You always do.

      • Derek Hernandez

        June 18, 2014 at 5:40 pm

        Golf definitely takes a ton of skill, but to totally dismiss the other sports is pretty crazy. In golf, it’s basically required for the gallery to be completely silent during shots but in other sports you have crowds going crazy and an actual defender to worry about. Heck, in baseball you have to practically guess what pitch is coming up and then adjust your swing in a split second and hope it gets to a hole where a defender isn’t present.

        I’m going to assume you are an avid golfer.

  5. rogercarr

    June 18, 2014 at 4:48 pm

    i’m glad that the whole world got 2 see her on t.v.

  6. Steven

    June 18, 2014 at 4:54 pm

    I want to know how she got that last name. Sounds German more than anything. But I’d still hit…with eyebrow of skepticism in full force.

  7. Oliver

    June 18, 2014 at 6:21 pm

    Steven: agree. A latin person with blonde hair/fair features and a german name always means a sinister genealogy to me.

    • Steven

      June 18, 2014 at 9:30 pm

      She’s a freak of nature who happens to be a freak in bed (one would hope).

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