Stir together chicken, cheese, and wing sauce in a medium bowl. Set aside.
Set up breading stations. Whisk together eggs and water in one tray. Stir together Hooters breading, cornstarch and salt in a second tray.
Lay out one wonton wrapper and place 1 tbsp chicken filling in center of wrapper.
Dip basting brush in egg mixture, and brush lightly around edges of wrapper.
Fold wrapper over filling, forming a triangle, pressing to seal edges. Set aside, and repeat with remaining filling and wrappers.
Do not discard egg mixture.
Preheat oil to 350°F in a Dutch oven over medium to medium-high (or a FryDaddy if you have one). Be sure to check temp with an instant read thermometer.
Bread stuffed wontons in Hooters mixture, then dip in egg mixture and repeat TWO more times
Fry 2 at a time until golden brown and flaky, flipping occasionally, about 5 minutes.
Place a baking rack with paper towels underneath on a cookie sheet. Put buffalo blasts on rack and set in warm oven (250) while you're frying the remaining blasts.
Repeat process with remaining pieces.
Serve immediately with celery sticks, and buffalo sauce and blue cheese for dipping.