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Big Chief says Street Outlaws different now than what we built

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Street Outlaws icon Justin “Big Chief” Shearer believes that the show has gotten away from the original concept. He does not like the way the show has developed after a decade on TV.

As we previously reported, he has disagreed with America’s List filming rules. He also doesn’t like the current state of the show.

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Big Chief (Photo by Big Chief 405/Facebook)

“There’s no way I would have ever agreed to the 10-years of this,” he said in a video called “The Future of Big Chief on Street Outlaws” on YouTube. “You show up where they tell you and you race whomever they tell you to. And you defend the rules that they told you to whomever they tell you to. They don’t have to deal with it. You do. I wouldn’t have agreed to that.

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“If I’m not going to be race master, what am I going to do? Beg to step down and be another racer? I just want to be a regular racer in the driver’s meeting. That’s disrespectful as sh*t to everyone there. If I say I don’t want to be race master anymore because I didn’t make those decisions or those rules or pick these racers or these spots, I’m going to be another racer so that I can make my money, that’s not me. But if I was the race master and I did believe in those decisions, and they said that I didn’t make it, I would still be honored to be the race master.”

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When Big Chief was on the show, he was the race master for the majority of the shows. He was the race master for the first season of America’s List.

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However, for this second season of the show that is currently airing on the Discovery Channel, Big Chief is not a part of it in any form.

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Anthony Caruso III
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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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