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Big Chief says he’ll only return for the Street Outlaws 405 show

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Street Outlaws legend Justin “Big Chief” Shearer said during an appearance on Chris “Limpy” Collins’ Facebook Live show that he will only come back for the original Street Outlaws show. Big Chief departed the show earlier this year.

Big Chief was part of the original cast that began filming for the Street Outlaws Oklahoma City show. The 405 show has been on the Discovery Channel for the last decade.

Street Outlaws star Justin “Big Chief” Shearer getting ready to make a pass in his race car
Justin “Big Chief” Shearer getting ready to make a pass in his race car (Photo by Justin Shearer/Instagram)

“I’m pretty much here,” he said late in the appearance. “I’m pretty much doing my own thing. The 405 show would be the only way if it was something different. That one means so much but it only means so much if it’s the same thing. If it’s not then it doesn’t mean sh*t to me.”

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In January, Big Chief left the show. While the teams were filming America’s List in Texas after the New Year, Big Chief was there.

However, there was an issue with Jonathan “JJ DaBoss” Day. Plus, Chief’s girlfriend Jackie Braasch argued with Precious Cooper, which led the couple to leave Texas without making an appearance on the show.

Since then, there has been so much speculation about Big Chief and what’s next. He says that he’s going to race – and only focus on big tire racing.

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Without Big Chief there, Pilgrim Studios and Executive Producer Sam Korkis turned to Shawn “Murder Nova” Ellington to be the race master. Jeff Lutz is serving as the flagger in the new show that was filmed from January to February in Texas.

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It appears like he’s done on Street Outlaws unless something changes in the future.

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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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