That’s what Charlotte Flair is hoping she can find when she faces Asuka at WrestleMania 34 on Sunday in New Orleans.

Flair, the Smackdown women’s champion, and the Japanese superstar have never faced each other in a match before this week, but Flair told the Sentinel she hopes that brings a different kind of energy to WWE’s showcase event.

The WWE put a scare into wrestling fans last week when the promotion said Flair would miss some shows after oral surgery, but Flair said she was feeling fine by Friday, when she did a full round of media interviews.

After her father’s issues, Charlotte made the decision to move from Orlando to her birthplace of Charlotte, N.C., at least temporarily, to be closer to her siblings and the rest of her family.

“She’s such a stud,” Flair said of her niece.

Orlando, because of the WWE Performance Center and the locally operated NXT brand, will always be a special place for Flair.

“[Orlando] makes me feel safe and comfortable,” Flair said.