But to be fair, you couldn't see the likes of Mark Ealham, Matthew Fleming, David Capel or Derek Pringle holding even one cricket world record. Napier holds two.
As a Sussex supporter, we remember only too well Napier's astonishing 152 in a Twenty 20 game in 2008. He hit 16 sixes that day - a world record in the shortest form of the game.
By poetic coincidence that was the same number of sixes (or should they be called Napier Maximums now?) that he hit in his stunning 196 against Surrey yesterday. His knock came off only 130 balls and 172 of the runs came in boundaries.
So Napier joins Andrew Symonds - another belligerent fellow - as the batsman with the most sixes in a first-class innings.
Amazingly, it was Napier's first County Championship innings for 11 months following a stress fracture to the back.
Considering that we also saw Napier reaching speeds in excess of 90mph when taking a hat-trick against Glamorgan in a 40 over match the other week, we are now wondering at the RS whether Napier has been given the same bionic implants as the Six Million Dollar Man.
Let's be honest has anyone actually see Napier and Steve Austin in the same room?
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