If you are worried about the sodium:
WHO recommends a reduction to <2 g/day sodium (5 g/day salt) in adults (strong recommendation).
from the "Sodium intake for adults and children" guideline by the World Health Organisation. This is for healthy adults, sick people may need further restriction.
This means that ~15 grams of these wings would hit your daily sodium intake alone. Since you are probably consuming more than 2 g sodium daily even when you leave out the wings (2 g sodium is somewhat hard to get to even if you watch your intake), chances are that you need to cut out some intake source if you want to match the recommendation. The wings might be the easiest thing, as I doubt that any other food in your diet could reach 12% sodium.
If you are asking not about sodium, but for any potential health effect on you ever, which might occur from you changing your habits to not eat these wings? That's an unanswerable question.