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The city of Cleveland was struck with a vicious haymaker on Tuesday afternoon after WQAM host Marc Hochman recommended we make the city “our national graveyard” in an interview with ESPN reporter Chris Broussard.

“Some people actually move from Miami to Cleveland,” Broussard said on the Marc Hochman Show with Zach Krantz, alluding to LeBron James’ shocking withdrawal from South Florida last summer. Hochman swung back hard.

“America should make Cleveland our national graveyard,” Hochman said. “When a loved one dies, you bury them in Cleveland. That way you increase tourism there because if you ever want to visit your loved one they’re in this national cemetery in Cleveland.”

Broussard responded by irresponsibly calling Cleveland “underrated,” pointing out the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is there. But Miami’s duo would have none of it.

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“Well, after you lay your loved one to rest you can visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame,” Krantz said.

It’s a safe bet the words “city of Cleveland” and “underrated” have never appeared in the same sentence in the history of human dialect. After hollowly defended the city bemoaned by many, Broussard finally caved.

“Let me just tell you this: I’m not moving back, I’ll say that.”

Mark another one in the win column for Hochman and Krantz.

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