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-- Ian Chadband "Neymar is increasingly dominating every year.
The first season he was just a servant of Messi, but in second he turned into his partner, and now he has all the liberties because he feels like he's the best." -- Jorge Valdano, Argentinian World Cup winner and soccer sage Being the fastest human in history is a pretty big deal.
The data for each athlete in the pool was then fed into a formula created by ESPN director of sports analytics Ben Alamar that weighs athletes' endorsements, their following on the social media Big Three (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) and Google search popularity, producing a comparative ranking system.
The analysis includes five categories: endorsement money, Twitter followers, Instagram followers, Facebook followers and Google Trends score.
We started with Forbes' annual list of the highest-paid athletes and expanded the pool from there using a variety of domestic and international sources to make sure we didn't overlook any legitimate candidates.
(You can find the 2016 World Fame 100 here.) We also sought input from ESPN journalists around the world, including colleagues in our bureaus in Australia, South Africa, Argentina, Brazil, China, India, Mexico and the United Kingdom.
And he'd won only 10 of his Grand Slams at the time.
He does things you do not see even in 'Oliver and Benji' (a soccer-themed anime series) or Play Station. We're used to it, but it is a delight and a privilege to have the best player in the world in your team." -- Luis Enrique, Barcelona manager He's the most successful male tennis player in history, with the most Grand Slam singles titles (18) and final appearances (28). 1 ranking for 302 weeks in his career, the most by any man.Endorsement amounts cover 2016 and were compiled by ESPN researchers. Still, he steered Real Madrid to another Champions League triumph and Portugal to the European Championship in 2016 and lifted the Ballon d'Or as the world's premier player again.Ronaldo's opinion of himself is such, you could only fear for the sculptor of the wonderfully terrible bronze bust that the player unveiled at Madeira Airport, now renamed in honor of the island's favorite son.And he's still on course to take over from Messi as the world's finest.Neymar took down one of the baddies with a nifty bit of footwork in his movie debut in "x Xx: Return of Xander Cage" this year. Funny, that's exactly what Celtic defender Mikael Lustig said, unimpressed by Neymar's diving in a Champions League game.