Joshua Buatsi is an athlete with the whole world in his dangerously fast hands. After starring for his nation at the Olympic Games two years ago, the light heavyweight is unbeaten in eight professional fights and quickly rising – but the 25-year-old is driven by something deeper than glory.

Joshua is someone who's passionate about his community. He grew up in Croydon after arriving from Ghana at a young age and is something of a local legend, having broke out of London's "lone borough" to achieve amazing things. Now, in a new partnership with Nike, Buatsi has just launched the 'Nike Training Camp Croydon' to provide 16-weeks free training to 50 young people in and around the area. Those who finish the course earn a Level 3 PT qualification and the chance to lead a new gen of athletes from the ground up.

It's his dedication to a project like this that marks Joshua Buatsi as someone who moves on a different wave to other athletes. He paves his own path and speaks to his "lone wolf" mentality as an attitude essential to his success. To tell his story, Complex connected with Nike and Gabriel Moses on a short film that explores the motivations of British boxing's next big thing.

Watch the film at the top of the page and scroll down to read Joshua Buatsi's interpretation of faith, family and community in his own words.

Check out what else is going on with Nike LDN here.