Win titles in eight divisions. Check.
Record a hit single. Check.
Star in a major motion picture. Check.
Make the Forbes list of highest-paid athletes. Check.
Win a seat in the Philippines' House of Representatives. Check.
Despite his already impressive resume, Manny Pacquiao still has several career goals, and he'll look to cross one more off the list on June 9 in Las Vegas -- beat Timothy Bradley.
Although the undefeated 28-year-old is a solid fighter, Manila Ice should have no problem securing a victory. Here are five reasons Pacquiao will win.
1. Pacquiao is more experienced. With 353 rounds under his belt, there probably isn't anything Manny hasn't already seen in the ring. He's fought opponents of all different weights and styles, including Juan Manuel Marquez, Oscar De La Hoya, Ricky Hatton, Miguel Cotto, Antonio Margarito, and Shane Mosley.
2. Bradley's aggressive style is perfect for Pacquiao, who struggles a bit with defensive-minded counter punchers. Desert Storm will likely come out swinging and that should make him vulnerable to Pacquiao's quickness and power.
3. Freddie Roach -- a five-time winner of boxing's Trainer of the Year award -- will not only have Pacquiao ready for the match but will also be ringside to find Bradley's flaws and adjust his fighter's approach during the contest.
4. Pacquiao is hotter than a bowl of Bicol Express. No, he didn't look very sharp against Marquez last November, but don't forget, Pacquiao landed more jabs (59 to 38) and power punches (117 to 110) than Dinamita and accordingly won the bout. The victory extended his winning streak to 15 fights and should give him momentum going into Saturday night's battle.
5. Pacquiao has his life in order. The quarrels that Pacquiao had with his better half a few months ago should no longer be a distraction for the Fighting Pride of the Philippines. He has since repaired his relationship with Jinkee and has even given up drinking, gambling, and cockfighting for daily Bible study.
Improve record to 55-3-2. Check.
Jared Bray is a featured contributor for the Yahoo! Contributor Network and correspondent for The Filipino Channel's 30-minute nightly news program "Balitang America." You can follow him here.