"Chisora has no class and is a disgrace to the sport," Froch told BBC Sport.
Ben DirsBBC Sport in Munich
After some verbal exchanges between Chisora, Haye and Wladimir Klitschko, Chisora left his seat and approached Haye and there followed a five-minute melee akin to a bar-room brawl from which emerged a bloodied Chisora, a bloodied Adam Booth and wild accusations from all camps
"He should have kept his backside on the seat and ignored David Haye. He has been disgraceful from start to finish."
Chisora was consequently arrested and questioned by Munich police following the incident with Haye, before later being released without charge. The city's police also said they were still searching for Haye, who was not present at his hotel when they sought to question him on Sunday morning.
The scuffle was the third controversial incident involving Chisora to occur in two days in Munich.
The first was on Friday when he
slapped Klitschko at the weigh-in,
and then, moments before the fight, he spat water in the face of his opponent's brother Wladimir inside the ring.
"Either we do it in the ring or outside of the ring. Because I want him. If David don't fight me, Adam, I am telling you the God's honest truth, I am going to physically burn him. So you tell him I said that. I am going to find him"
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