In perhaps the most anticipated WWE match of the year, Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker will meet in the ring once again at "SummerSlam" on Sunday, Aug. 23. Since the iconic match between the two at "WrestleMania 30" in 2014 -- which ended the Undertaker's undefeated streak at the annual event -- fans around the world have been waiting for them to lock up again.

With the match approaching, Zap2it spoke with a number of WWE superstars at the launch event for the wrestling company's new video game, "WWE 2K16," about who they saw walking out victorious.

"I'm going 'Taker," WWE Hall of Famer "Stone Cold" Steve Austin says. "I think it's his turn, quite frankly. If you go that way then you take the rubber match to 'WrestleMania,' then Brock goes over and he goes on and 'Taker rides into the sunset."

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Xavier Woods, whose tag team New Day will fight for the Tag Team Championships at "SummerSlam," sees things differently. "Brock is an interesting human being ... He's built to survive things ... You can't beat Brock, you can't."

Wade Barrett, who will team with Stardust to take on "Arrow" star Stephen Amell and Neville at "SummerSlam," agreed with Woods. "I've got a huge amount of respect for The Undertaker, but after what Brock did to The Undertaker at "WrestleMania' a couple of years ago, I don't think Undertaker has it in him."

Furthermore, should Undertaker fall to Lesnar at "SummerSlam," Barrett thinks it may be the end of the road for the legend. "He loses that match, he's done in my book. There's nothing to come back for."

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Fans will find out once and for all who will win the rematch that's billed as "too big for 'WrestleMania'" when Lesnar and The Undertaker step into the ring Sunday, Aug. 23, live on the WWE Network and pay-per-view.

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