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Hilarious ‘Sportscast to Die For’ Features More Death Puns Than You’ll Ever Need [VIDEO]

During his recent TV sportscast segment, this sports anchor killed it.

Mark Haas, of California’s KGET, went all out while talking about the Bakersfield Condors’ recent promotion in which one fan won a funeral plot.

Haas seamlessly piled on the death puns while doing highlights of the team’s game. It sure pumped some life into the broadcast and makes him one of my favorites when it comes to sports anchors with a sense of humor.

Haas filled the highlight package with 35 puns in 90 seconds, which sounds like an accomplishment he can put on his tombstone.  Ha!

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