The Manchester United striker has been banned for three matches after accepting a violent conduct charge for elbowing Mings in Saturday's 1-1 draw.
It means he will miss the Red Devils’ clash with Chelsea in the FA Cup and Premier League games against Middlesbrough and West Brom.
But Ince feels Ibrahimovic could have avoided trouble if he didn't elbow Mings and bided his time to seek retribution.
He told Paddy Power: "Whether Mings meant to do it or not, it didn’t look nice. It’s funny how the game has changed now, though.
Bournemouth's Tyrone Mings (left) and Manchester United's Zlatan Ibrahimovic
"In my time, if someone had have done that to me and stamped on my face, I guarantee before that whistle went I’d have gone right through them.
"I’d maybe not have reacted as quickly as that, but I’d have took the ball, bided my time and got my own back.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic elbows Tyrone Mings
"For me, an elbow in the face is not the way to do that. Maybe be prepared to take a yellow card later in the game, when you know you are winning and go in with the tackle.
"And if you don’t get your revenge? You finish the game and you look for the next time you meet them. That’s how it was when we played.
"You knew if you stitched someone up – whether it was Alan Shearer, Steven Gerrard, Roy Keane or Patrick Vieira – that, before the end of the game, you were going to get one. It was part and parcel of the game."