According to TMZ, LaMotta died on Tuesday in a nursing home due to Pneumonia.
His daughter confirmed that LaMotta due to complications from pneumonia and added, "I just want people to know, he was a great, sweet, sensitive, strong, compelling man with a great sense of humour, with eyes that danced."
He said, "Rest in Peace, Champ."
LaMotta's niece, Diane Ramaglia Bonita, also paid tribute to the boxing great, along with posting a picture of her own son and highlighting the remarkable resemblance between the two.
A member of the International Boxing Hall of Fame, LaMotta fought professionally from 1941-54 and had a record of 83 wins, 19 losses and 4 draws, with 30 knockouts.
He became globally known for his chin, with no other boxer at the time able to take heavy punches and remain on his feet like he could, and he was the victim in the 'Saint Valentine's Day Massacre', the sixth and final bout with Robinson, in which he absorbed so much punishment that the referee stopped the fight in the 13th round with LaMotta laying on the ropes, yet still refusing to be knocked down.
LaMotta married seven times, the most recent of which came to Baker in January 2013, and he has four daughter along with two sons.