Betta Mahachai pair or just male

Bruinfishkeeper1

Hey guys,

So since my centerpiece fish died recently and I am really interested in getting back into wild bettas, I have some plans to get a Betta Mahachai.

My current stocking in a 10 gallon, 7 CPD's, 4 Endlers, 4 Hillstream Loaches, an African Dwarf frogs, temporary 3 corydoras (not the same ones from a while ago btw), Nerite Snail

Parameters:
0 Ammonia
0 Nitrite
5 Nitrates
(A very established tank)
Filteration:
Aquaclear 30, Sponge filter, Pothos, and wandering jew
WC: every week or twice a month.

So my real question is is should I just keep a Mahachai male or should I go with a pair. The Mahachai male im getting is a peaceful male and is good within a community setting.
If I get a pair, it would be really enjoyable to see the science behind their mating and raising the fry. Although my only concern is the male stressing out other fish while guarding his net. Although I have a decent amount of flow in my tank and my tank is deep which means that the liklehood of them breeding is lower. I do have a back plan for the female and the male if things don't work it in different scenarios. So what do you guys think? Should I give it a chance with a pair?
 

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