Chisora's promoter Frank Warren questioned how a punishment could be issued without an official process.
Sulamainc responded on Wednesday, saying: "He must pay for the mistake but also we have to give him another opportunity.
"We're going to have a hearing. It will take place as soon as possible," he told Sky Sports. "We're asking our representative to go ahead and do the hearing immediately."
But Boente agreed with the decision to ban Chisora.
"I think it's the right step because somewhere and somehow you have to stop people like Chisora," he told the BBC.
"It's the right way to go. Someone has to help him."
Chisora's eventful fortnight
17 Feb 2012
- Slaps Vitali Klitschko at the weigh in
- Spits at Wladimir Klitschko
- Goes the distance with Vitali before losing on points
- Becomes embroiled in a brawl with David Haye at the post-fight press conference
- Released without charge by German police
- Given an indefinite ban by the World Boxing Council
He beat his former girlfriend,
he slapped Vitali, he spat at Wladimir and was completely out of his mind in the locker room while bandaging," he added on BBC World Service, "so the guy I really think needs help."
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