No, and it's not worth it to try.
Like people, dogs have other dogs that they are or -aren't- friends with. It can have to do with their energy levels to doggie manners to memories of other encounters with other dogs. If they act this way when they are afar, you can be sure that getting them closer will result in a dog fight. Keep in mind that once a dog fight starts, it's likely not going to stop on its own, which means that a human has to intervene and it's especially easy to get bit breaking up a dog fight. Dog fights can and have resulted in dead or fatally injured dogs.
There are rules and laws in different countries regarding dogs who have bitten humans, for example, in some places dogs must be surrendered for destruction on their second bite.
If you are absolutely dead set on these dogs becoming friends, I would hire a professional dog trainer to come help you. At their level of violence, and with both dogs being aggressive and one dog nearly having bitten you before, I would not trust the internet or a book or youtube video to help, I really think that you need a professional. It may be that both dogs may need professional rehabilitation and help to become non-aggressive dogs, first.
As you can see from this long reply, this isn't a casual affair. It would be better for passing fancies to be put to rest here.