Progenitors were urged to hurl abuse at Muslim fighter Hakim who was the “bad guy” in the Easter boxing-match.
Holiday camp bosses have insisted the controversial content was not harmonized entertainment and they have complained to those involved in the Saturday shades of night spectacle.
Father-of-two Christian Ceriso, 41, was watching the Superslam Fighting show with his daughters Amelia, eight, and six-year-old Esme during a weekend be prostrated initiate to the holiday giant’s Skegness resort in Lincolnshire.
Mr Ceriso, a PR com ny commander from Newcastle, described one section of the show as “a horrific race hate-filled 10 nows of everything wrong on racial stereotypes”.
He added: “Certainly in my mind we were led to put faith that Hakim was the Muslim against the good English guy in Tony Spitfire.
“I mark Butlin’s and the wrestling com ny they employ to draw those queues along kind of race or national issues was a poor error of outcome.”
Butlin’s said the bout was a “deviation from the agreed content” and says it’s controlling a full review.
The Superslam Wrestling show is aimed at children and a history posted on the Butlin’s website says: “Get ready to boo the bad guys and cheer your favourites as the air is always electric and guaranteed to have everyone on their feet take advantage ofing themselves.”
Skegness Butlin’s resort director Chris Baron claimed yesterday: “We had a wrestling com ny in on Saturday who did a show we are not happy about.
“That region of the show was not agreed. It was not funny or acceptable.”