IRON MAIDEN’s Bruce Dickinson Regrets Not Punching Axl Rose


IRON MAIDEN singer Bruce Dickinson recently told The Journal De Montreal that he regrets not punching Axl Rose when Iron Maiden played with Guns N’ Roses back in 1988.

GN’R frontman Axl Rose treated the audience poorly that night, because the crowd was speaking to Axl in French.

Dickinson said: “I should have come on stage and given him a punch. How could he dare speak to my audience in that way? I always regretted not having done so. ”

Bruce said he never been so relieved in his life that when his doctors told him that his cancer had been defeated. “A huge relief, I was unable to speak. I did not know what to do. Should I scream my joy? It was the biggest news I had ever received in my life … Right now, I’m at the stage of healing, so I have not sung except sometimes at home. Fortunately, the power is still there. Notes too. We will rehearse intensively in January.”