This year, last year she was ranked number 16 in the ESPN World Fame 100. The annual "World Fame 100" issue, includes their list of the world's one hundred most famous athletes based on objective measurements, a combination of internet searches for the athlete, sponsorship income, and social media followers. Seven female tennis players made the list: Serena Williams ranked 12, Maria Sharapova ranked 21, Venus Williams ranked 48, Caroline Wozniacki ranked 66, Simona Halep ranked 77, Victoria Azarenka ranked 98, and Sania Mirza ranked 100. Four female athletes from other sports made the list: soccer player Alex Morgan ranked 87, swimmer Fu Yuanhui ranked 88, skier Lindsey Vonn ranked 95, and golfer Michelle Wie ranked 97. No wmma fighters were ranked in the ESPN World Fame 100. What a difference for Ronda from one of the most famous athletes in the world, constant magazine covers acting roles, new sponsorship deals, attention 24/7 to virtually dropping off the earth. This is yet more evidence that women's sports in general and women's mma in particular that Ronda era is dead and buried.