A raw chicken wing weighs approximated 3 ounces, or 89 grams. The amount of lean meat in a chicken wing is about 1 ounce, or 30 grams. The skin on the wing is slightly less than an ounce, or 26 grams.
One raw wing accounts for 12 percent of an entire chicken's meat production. Wings consist of white meat and have three distinct sections: the tip, mid-section and drumette. The drumette is the section between the shoulder and elbow.
When eaten, one large boneless chicken wing is approximately 124 calories, 75 of which come from fat. The total fat in the wing averages 8.3 grams, or 0.3 ounce.